Receiving their $11,000 check for first place, four members of the Elix team represented their start-up at the Diamond Challenge.

Elix Incubator wins $11,000 for placing first at international competition

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Whether it was a plane ride across the globe or a long drive across the highway, 14 semi-finalist teams from all over the world congregated in Newark, Delaware to make their final business pitch for $11,000. Among them were juniors Haley Catton, Isabella Liu, Stash Pomichter and Andrew Yates, representing Elix Incubator. After numerous rounds […]

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Mix It Up club encourages new perspectives

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One of Redwood’s newest clubs, Mix It Up, offers a chance for students to feel welcome at Redwood no matter their race or ethnicity. The club was started by Alyssia Cruz, an intern at Redwood who does one-on-one counseling in the Redwood Wellness Center and is a student in the UC Berkeley Master of Social […]

Covered in sticky notes, these plans showed critiques from community members on the current layout on campus.

District sets forth plans to accomodate student growth

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On March 16, a meeting was held by the Facilities Master Plan Committee in the Kreps Center at Redwood to edit and enhance the plans drawn out for additions to all six schools in the Tamalpais Union High School District, including the Carlisle Building, where adult classes take place. The Education Center (district office) and […]

Garet Jatsek adjusts a camera during the production of a Redwood TV episode.

Redwood TV prepares to become a class

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As the crew of Redwood TV (RTV) has grown over the past couple years, Leadership teachers Dave Plescia and Kendall DeAndreis have decided to offer it as a class for the 2017-2018 school year. The class will be offered after school once or twice a week as an eighth period, according to RTV crew member […]

HANGING ABOVE the New York Stock Exchange SNAP Inc. prepares for its IPO.

Snapchat evolves as company goes public

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On March 1, stock of Snap Inc., the parent company of Snapchat, was offered to the public for the first time during its Initial Public Offering (IPO). Trading started at $17, and shares surged nearly 50 percent, reaching $24 by noon that day.  After reaching a peak of about $30, the shares began to decline […]


Macbeth performance highlights emotional side of Shakespeare

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This past week, Redwood’s Advanced Drama class opened their latest performance, a version of Shakespeare’s Macbeth. It lasted just 85 minutes while still incorporating all of the excitement, thrill and heart of the original work. The set consisted of only three blocks and minimal props, pushing the actors and audience to connect with the story […]

Freshman Elizabeth Hylton sings on stage

Annual Night of Blues fundraiser entertains hundreds

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It’s 7:35 p.m., and there is a line of dressed-up students waiting to get into the music-filled CEA. Inside, skirts twirl and shoes squeak on the newly decorated CEA floor as students dance to jazz and swing music performed by their peers. Some students even pair off to swing dance with one another. Last Friday […]


Legendary coach honored through memorial game

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The initials “GC” spray-painted around the field were impossible to miss. They were stenciled on the bleachers, inside the dugouts, on first base and on home plate. A cloth banner with the letters was hung beneath the scoreboard, each letter four feet tall. It was a small tribute to the enormous impact that legendary coach […]

Selling produce outside of school, the Sustainable Agriculture class will be offered in a new program that combines it with Government and Economics.

Agriculture-social science fusion class introduced

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Challenging the norm of learning inside the classroom, a new course entitled SAGE (Sustainable Agriculture, Government and Economics) will be offered next year. The course will expand upon the current sustainable agriculture class. Sustainable Agriculture teacher Joe Stewart teamed up with social studies teacher Mike Kelemen to launch the class, which will begin in the […]


Marin City’s Target will bring convenience to many in Southern Marin

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In March, Target Corporation moved into the 49,000 square foot building that has remained unoccupied in the Marin Gateway shopping center in Marin City for over a year. The new Target has brought many job opportunities to the Southern Marin area,employing 75 to 100 people. According to Trish Thompson, the manager at the new Target, […]