Tilly Friedlander Editor

Tilly Friedlander is a junior at Redwood and is currently a copy editor for the Bark class. She is eager to pursue her love for journalism and become a part of the Bark community. She enjoys playing soccer and spending time in Bolinas with her family and friends.

Contact Tilly Friedlander: tfriedlander@redwoodbark.org.


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Think before you buy

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The President assigned his eldest son Donald Jr. and Trump Organization’s chief, Allen Weisselberg to be in charge of his assets. However, President Trump can still receive reports on the profits of his assets and can revoke the authority of his son and Weisselberg at any time. Many have called upon the President to sell […]

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Freshman standout bolsters varsity team in starting role

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Ever since she has been old enough to kick a ball, freshman Grace Bouton has excelled as a soccer player. All those years of practice have paid off, and she’s earned herself a spot on the girls’ varsity soccer team, where she has already scored five goals in only ten games for the Giants. Fifteen-year-old […]

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Seniors choose alternative class schedules to help balance work, life

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Many students at Redwood feel that they don’t have the time to pursue their passions and interests because of an overcrowded schedule. What these students might not realize is that for some, there is an option that doesn’t include spending six or more hours at school every day. Seventy students at Redwood are taking only […]

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Gambino’s new album is anything but Childish

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Childish Gambino revealed his talent for hip-hop, jazz and nuanced lyrics with the incorporation of various instrumentals and gospel choruses, creating an eerie tone in his new album “Awaken My Love.” Released on Dec. 2, the album exemplifies Gambino’s diverse talents by veering farther away from the genre of rap than he’s ventured before.   […]

Playing the piano, senior Parker Addison practices the songs within his album while in the Advanced Performance Workshop classroom.

Senior shows introspection on new album ‘Reflections’

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“Everyday, when he’s gone to crew before school and then back to crew after school, the first thing Parker does is go over to the piano and start playing. It’s just part of his way of doing things,” said Marci Addison, mother of senior Parker Addison. Parker released his new album “Reflections” onto Soundcloud, Spotify, […]

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Redwood students start an exercise alternative

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Playing on a Redwood sports team offers fitness and an opportunity to bond with teammates and build friendships. But what happens to those students who get cut, are in the offseason, or don’t have the skills to play on a Redwood team at all? To provide an athletic outlet for these types of students, junior […]

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‘Snowden’ adds Hollywood flair to controversial issue

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In director Oliver Stone’s latest movie “Snowden,” a heroic view of Edward Snowden emerges, creating a romanticized, Hollywood version of the story of the person who leaked classified national security information to the public. Based on true events, “Snowden” reveals the steps that urged former Central Intelligence Agency and National Security Agency (NSA) contractor Edward […]

AS A RESULT of the worsening parking situation,  the administration has introduced harsher parking consequences that include mandatory community service.

Administration introduces stricter parking punishments

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According to the new 2016-2017 parking permit rules, if a student parks illegally, in addition to receiving a parking ticket, they will be required to complete community service as well as lose their parking privileges for a specified amount of time. The challenge of finding a parking spot at Redwood is not a new issue. […]

Juniors Ladia Jirsasek and Caitlin Donnelly debate about whether cellphones are a positive learning tool in class rooms.

Face to Face: Should students use cell phones in classrooms?

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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 junior Caitlin Donnelly and junior Ladia Jirasek. The two discuss the consequences of technology in the […]

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Scouting out favorite cookie types

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In recent months, Girl Scouts of Marin began selling their famous cookies once again. The baking and selling of these delectable treats has been going on for nearly 100 years. These American classics have found themselves a place in the hearts of Redwood students. The Bark conducted a survey asking students which Girl Scout Cookie […]