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Redwood’s unconventional first months of school

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A deeper look into the abnormal start to the school year at Redwood High School. For the first seven weeks of school, unusual events occurred weekly, impeding the usual school routine. Click the icons below to learn more about each event.

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Devon Cusack and Jake Hanssen crowned homecoming king and queen

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The crowd went silent as the homecoming nominees each quickly undid the red ribbon and opened their boxes to find that Devon Cusack and Jake Hanssen had the winning white roses. Hanssen and Cusack smiled at the crowd as they held up their flowers. They walked toward each other with arms spread and hugged over […]

Discussing today’s plan, four Central Marin police officers gather on the South Lawn.

Second school shooting threat results in prohibition of Halloween costumes

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On Oct. 30, a second school shooting threat was discovered written on a wall in the boys’ downstairs bathroom, resulting in the cancellation of the annual Halloween costume contest and the administration prohibiting students from dressing up. Student attendance was lower than usual, although the threat turned out to be false. Staff and students were […]

Tamiscal student Rachel Shindelus (poster top left) and former Redwood student Haley Bjursten (poster top mid-left) used the Summer of Love poster contest as an opportunity to voice their opinions on world problems through art.

Summer of Love Youth Poster Contest provides outlet for students’ opinions

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This summer, the first ever Summer of Love Youth Poster Contest was established in Marin by Bruce Burtch, an avid community volunteer and entrepreneur. The competition allowed teenagers aged 12 to 18 to express their opinions and messages about current world problems to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the historic social movement of 1967, where […]

Drama’s effort pays off in successful opening night of “She Kills Monsters”

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The smooth incorporation of intense action scenes and intricate production techniques made the fictional, game-based performance of “She Kills Monsters” everything the actors and directors hoped it to be on opening night, Oct. 11. Closely mimicking the intense fantasy role-playing game, “Dungeons and Dragons,” the performance required more combat scenes than past productions. Seniors Stephen […]

6th annual dodgeball tournament hypes students

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On Oct. 20, the Redwood Night Live (RNL) club hosted their 6th annual dodgeball tournament in the big gym. With 22 teams competing, the event aimed to give students an idea of how exciting a Friday night can be without substances. According to senior and president of RNL Dalton Jatsek, RNL strives to serve as […]

A Corgi enjoys a belly scratch.

Photo Gallery: Corgis invade Ocean Beach for charity event

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Hundreds of Corgis—and people who adore them—gathered on Ocean Beach on Saturday, Oct. 21 to celebrate the chubby torsos and stubby legs of these beloved dogs. The event, which occurs semi-annually, is known as Corgi Con. The event attracted Corgis of all shapes and sizes, many of whom were dressed from Ghostbusters to superheroes to […]

San Geronimo Golf Course is set to close down this year, as the land has been bought by the county.

Marin County to buy San Geronimo golf course, repurpose it

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The hazy air set the perfect mood at the San Geronimo Golf Course this week, as the county is set to purchase and repurpose the land, signaling the end for the course. According to the Marin Independent Journal, county supervisors voted unanimously to “issue a notice of intent” to purchase the property for about $9 […]