Sabine Lloyd Copy Editor

Sabine Lloyd is a junior at Redwood High School and is a copy editor for The Redwood Bark. She enjoys spending time with friends and playing the cello.

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Where is the Love?

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Underclassmen entrepreneurs devise homework planning app

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Freshman Bennett Somerville and sophomore Ethan Davis met with Congressman Jared Huffman on Jan. 24 to celebrate the success of their recently developed homework planning app, “abcPlan.” Huffman attended the Winter Rally on Feb. 1 to announce their achievement.   The app won the Congressional App Challenge in California’s second district, a competition that hosted […]

Focused on creating an encryption system so that information being sent over the internet would be more secure, University High School senior Warren Niles created WARZAC Technologies with Redwood senior Zach Walravens.

Bugging out about tech transparency

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Since their creation 45 years ago, mobile phones have become arguably the most influential source of communication and information. People rely heavily on their devices to text friends, call relatives, store information or keep up to date on news and social media. Americans, on average, check their phones 80 times a day, according to a […]


Photo Gallery: Ugly Sweater/Boudin Food Day

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Young star shines bright in local production of ‘Chicago’

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Balancing family and a restaurant business while making it seem effortless

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While several students find themselves ordering and taking out food, other students experience the restaurant industry through a different lens. Junior Luciano (Lu) Faria and senior Alyssa Saylor understand the strenuous efforts of owning a business through their family-run restaurants. Lu’s parents, Luciano and Rosilene, have owned Rocco’s Pizza in Mill Valley for 20 years. […]

Max and Olivia Raskin visiting UC Santa Cruz.

One fewer egg in the nest

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Siblings connect on multiple levels: on one hand, they are examples to look up to and admire; on the other, they steal your clothes, annoy you to no end and refuse to share. Siblings are siblings, but we love them anyways. The transition from high school to college can be a challenging and exhilarating step […]


Sunday market exemplifies farmer-customer bond

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The sweet scent of fresh berries fills the air as the morning light pours through the sky. Guitar strings strum, while people gather at the the heart of Marin’s agricultural distribution to purchase locally produced goods. Parents line up at the white booths with their children whose faces brighten as the farmers place juicy samples […]

Holding her “Team Gwen” hat, Caroline Sky stands with her grandparents and mom after the audition.

Caroline Sky: Marin Academy student premiers on “The Voice”

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A 16-year-old Marin Academy student, Caroline Sky, auditioned on NBC’s “The Voice” on March 8 in the hopes of progressing as a musician.   Sky auditioned with the song, “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow” by Carole King, one of her biggest inspirations. Coaches Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani both turned their chairs during Sky’s […]

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Senior diverts from everyday pressures through dance

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Lights down, first position. Lights up, action. Senior Cameron Ely leaps across the stage, flying through the air with ease. Time stands still, for Ely is in the moment, and the moment is all that matters. Ely began his dancing career in fifth grade after watching the movie, Step Up 2: The Streets, and fell […]