Rony Gramajo Former Staff

A senior and new to Bark this year, Rony Gramajo is very exited for the upcoming year. Also a part of the Redwood Leadership Class and Peer Resource, Rony loves contributing to the school community. He enjoys country music, Michael's Sourdough, and having dp's in the back of the bark room. Rony's daily struggle is being wet af. Feel free to text him, call him, facetime him, or hit him up on: Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, Myspace, Linkedin, Craigslist, Google+, Soundcloud, Reddit, YouTube, Twitter, Vine, Pintrest, Voxer, Tumblr, Flickr, Tinder, Ibibo, Yo,, or

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The unidentified driver's vehicle was flipped upside down after being chased by multiple police cars on Sir Francis Drake Blvd. Police suspected the driver of potential psychiatric issues due to his behavior on scene.

Late night police pursuit of reckless driver ends in suspect’s wrecked vehicle

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A police chase that began in Fairfax and proceeded all the way down Sir Francis Drake Blvd. ended with the driver’s vehicle flipping upside down at approximately 12:30 a.m. this morning in front of Marin Catholic High School. The suspect, whose identity has yet to be confirmed, escaped the wreckage and attempted to flee the […]

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Honorable Mentions Prep of the Year: Alex Kosinski

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Ever since he was little, Alex Kosinski’s dream has been to play Division I football. “My junior year I began receiving offers from smaller schools, but when I got an offer to play at University of Arizona, it was the happiest moment of my life. At that point I knew that I was going to […]


Aiming Foehr The Goal: Sophomore competes in Olympic Development Program

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Ever since she was little, sophomore Lauren Foehr knew exactly what she wanted to do. “From day one, I’ve always wanted to play [soccer] in college, so wanting to play at a college level is what pushed me through the years to keep playing and practice as hard as I do,” Foehr said. Foehr accredits […]


Face to Face: Who should buy the Prom tickets?

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Face-to-Face is a feature that allows two members of the Redwood community to grill each other, argue, or simply converse about a relevant issue or event. We provide the topic, and they do the rest. This month’s participants are seniors Danielle MacCauley and Elliot Dean. The two will debate who should pay for Prom Tickets. Should […]

Packing a Lip: Smokeless tobacco and its health risks

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Sitting on the shelves behind gas station counters are small handheld tins decorated with shiny seals, polished faces, and intriguing logos. Inside is smokeless tobacco, or “dip” as many call it — a form of tobacco made to be placed in between the inner lip and gum of one’s mouth. Instead of being inhaled through […]

Martin Steinman consults with a client at Canal Alliance. Aside from teaching English to Spanish-speaking immigrants, he assists with matters ranging from tax return preparation and filing to guidance on issues of domestic abuse. In the past, Steinman also taught Social Studies at Redwood for a brief period of time.

New state law allows undocumented immigrants to obtain driver’s licenses

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A new state law implemented earlier this month allows undocumented immigrants to receive driver’s licenses. California’s Assembly Bill 60, commonly referred to as “AB 60,” which took effect on Jan. 1, allows undocumented immigrants to obtain specialized driver’s licenses. The law comes as a relief to many undocumented immigrants residing in the state who, until […]

ON THE REDWOOD football field, senior Picon-Roura spins a football while wearing an authentic Patriots football jersey from his friend.

Picon-Roura set sights on college football career

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Senior Dago Picon-Roura recalls being reluctant when his parents signed him up for the local Pop Warner football team at the age of eight. “My mom signed me up for football to learn to be more aggressive,” Picon-Roura said. “I kept telling her, ‘I don’t want to do it. I don’t want to do it,’ […]

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Joy to the World: A look at holiday celebrations around the globe

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As the holidays draw near, many students and their families brush the dust off the box of house lights, scour the stores trying to check off items from their gift lists, and make space for the Christmas trees and menorahs. But beyond the typical tinsel, potato latkes, and homemade fruitcake, a few foreign students remember […]


Horseback rider travels to World Championships

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“When I was five, my grandmother told me there was a barn near my house, so my family and I went to go check it out,” said senior Madison Nirenstein, recounting her first horseback riding experience. “We showed up and I started crying, but my parents told me I had to get on the horse […]


Gallery: Homecoming Court participates in ‘Messy Twister’

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On Tuesday, Oct. 7, the Homecoming Court participated in “Messy Twister” during lunch on the CEA stage. There was no clear winner.