Day 1: Witnesses testify in pretrial hearing for Wade case

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MARIN COUNTY CIVIC CENTER – At the first day of his pretrial hearing, former Redwood student Max Wade, wearing a red-striped jail uniform and handcuffs, remained seemingly unfazed and stoic as he listened to the witness testimony against him today, Oct. 9. In this first day of the hearing, prosecution witnesses Landon Wahlstrom and Eva […]


Contract with Starting Six falls through

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On Thursday, Oct. 4, it was announced that the music group Starting Six will not perform at Homecoming, despite a proposed contract. According to Leadership teacher David Plescia, Starting Six had another venue booked for the same night. “It looked like it could work—that they could do both—because our bit was going to be like […]

Peter Kennedy blocks a kill from Tyler Jackson in Monday's intramural volleyball game.

Student portion of volleyball tournament comes to dramatic close

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“That’s how we win baby!” shouted Patrick Tracy as Liam Bourke smacked down the final point to clinch a victory for the Harlem Stoge Trotters. The Harlem Stoge Trotters defeated the Bomb Squad 36-27 on Monday to win the 18th annual intramural volleyball tournament. The Harlem Stoge Trotters won first place, and  will now go […]


One step at a time: Students participate in the Walk to End Alzheimer’s

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On September 29th, hundreds of people gathered in Mission Creek Park, dressed in purple and ready to walk the annual San Francisco Walk To End Alzheimer’s. Supporters walked a three-mile loop starting at Mission Creek Park, many laden in personalized shirts, banners, and signs dedicated to close relatives and friends who’ve been affected by the […]

Club day offered a chance for new and returning students to learn about the various club offerings at Redwood.

Preview: New clubs offer diversity of options

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With the beginning of the school year comes a wide variety of new clubs. Created by students who are pursuing their interests, supporting a cause, or both, these new clubs are a welcome addition to Redwood culture and student life. Ukes Not Nukes The Ukes Not Nukes Club is dedicated to spreading political awareness through […]

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Wade case to be brought to court

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After months of comprehensive media coverage, a preliminary hearing date has now been set for alleged gunman, car burglar, and teenage criminal mastermind Max Wade. The hearing for the former Redwood student is set for Oct. 11 to discuss the evidence involved in the case to follow. According to Charles Dresow, Wade’s attorney, the purpose […]

NASA's Endeavour space shuttle was carried around California atop a 747 jet Friday morning, passing by many of California's historic landmarks. It was sighted directly over Redwood's back parking lot at 10:20 a.m.

Endeavour space shuttle soars over parking lot

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California residents turned their eyes upward today as the NASA space shuttle, Endeavour, was flown at low levels across California atop a 747 Shuttle Carrier. The shuttle took off at around 8:15 a.m. and flew over many California landmarks, including the Golden Gate Bridge, the California State Capitol, and Disneyland, at a low elevation of […]


Intramural volleyball tournament heats up lunch time

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Intramural volleyball shows that while the gymnasium walls may have more pennants and awards hung up than Tom Brady’s old room in his parents’ house, not all competition commences under a rigid MCAL rulebook. This year marks the 18th annual lunch-time intramural volleyball tournament. Teams of students across multiple grade levels, genders, and varying athletic […]

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Max Wade: The back story

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Max Michael Wade’s name was once only found in the 2007-08 Del Mar Middle School yearbook under the title “Biggest Rebel.” Now his name can be found in newspapers around the Bay Area along side allegations of vehicle theft and attempted murder. After tracing Wade back to a storage facility in Point Richmond in April, […]


Max Wade: The alleged fake I.D. business

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Since the exposure of Max Wade’s alleged history of criminal operations, it has become easy to see how he became a supplier of fake IDs for minors around Marin County. When authorities investigated Wade regarding a shooting at two people in Mill Valley, a search was conducted of his storage facility in Point Richmond after […]