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Renewed TUPE program aims to spread the word on tobacco

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Though dormant for many years, social studies teacher Jonathan Hirsch has spearheaded the re-formation of the Tobacco Use Prevention Education Program (TUPE) with the help of selected peer educators. Through the organization of the TUPE program, the group hopes to provide students with the information they need when it comes to using tobacco and other […]


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How sea level rise could negatively affect Bay Area

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Scroll down to view story. How sea level rise could negatively affect Bay Area Alexander Lieberman

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What NOT to do to get into the college of your dreams

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Think you know it all about the college application process? Well of course you do, since there is a whole industry devoted to it. Having recently applied to college myself, I was inundated with advice on what to do. Because these gurus did not share tips about what NOT to do, here are insights that […]

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Music production: MIKE Beats from hobby to a career

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“When I became a big music fan in seventh grade, I just wanted to understand more of how music is actually made and how we get it delivered from [a] device to our ears,” Redwood alumnus Michael Pratt said. Pratt is a music producer for various upcoming artists around the Bay Area and has turned […]

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Analyzing Shrek’s fascist regime: Redwood’s communism club

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According to the members of the Communism Club, their club has existed for “an eternity.” Whether the tight-knit group is debating the political and economic state of the world, listening to the Red Army Choir or playfully contemplating whether or not to add “or else” into their club slogan, the Communism Club is truly unlike […]

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Recipes for success: four meals to make in your dorm

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For students who are heading off to college for the first time, the idea of having a home-cooked meal in a dorm room seems far fetched. Cafeterias aren’t always open, so when you’re faced with that all-nighter and need some nutrients, look no further than these four recipes. Each one can be made in under […]

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Face to Face: Should teachers be armed?

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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 senior Emma Winkler Prins and junior Ben Pontious. They discuss whether or not Redwood teachers should […]