Students partake in Women’s March SF

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The rain didn’t deter 100,000 people, including Redwood students, from peacefully marching through San Francisco on Saturday to show unification following the inauguration of President Donald Trump. The marchers were demonstrating for issues such as LGBTQ rights, civil rights, treatment of disabled people, immigration, climate change and women’s rights. This march was one of thousands […]

Senior Riley Marsh prepares to sprint towards the ball.

Redwood Night Live hosts the 5th annual dodgeball tournament

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Over thirty teams packed into the big gym to participate in Redwood Night Live’s (RNL) fifth annual dodgeball tournament on Oct. 28, resulting in the largest turnout in the event’s history. RNL hosts the tournament each year in hopes of promoting a fun weekend alternative to substance use.   “People are out there having fun, […]

The Physical Education department puts on a Tetris-themed dance

Gallery: Halloween Costume Contest

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The 17th annual Halloween costume contest took place in the amphitheater on Monday, Oct. 31. The categories included scariest, best homemade, best duo and most creative. The staff also participated in group costumes and skits. The World Language Department won with their theme based off the popular Netflix show “Stranger Things.”

Goalkeeper Quinlan O'Connor defends goal from Tamalpais attackers.

Thrilling match results in devastating loss for Redwood

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With seconds left in the fourth quarter, Redwood captain Wyatt Barker held the ball with his team trailing Tam by one. Tightly defended, Barker attempted a final shot, but the ball ricocheted off the goal post and landed inches away from the goal line, as the varsity boys’ water polo team lost a heartbreaker to […]

The 2017 senior girls' team runs through their banner before the start of the Klassy Kickoff flag football game.

GALLERY: Klassy Kickoff

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A long line of senior boys lean across the fence by the track and football field. Cheers, screams and disappointed sighs drift across the turf. The football is placed on the 40-yard line by none other than legendary P.E. teacher Michael Dibley, whistle in hand. This is not your average high school football game. This […]


GALLERY: Aloha Friday

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On Friday April 8, Redwood Leadership, Peer Resource and Link Crew worked in tandem to put on Aloha Friday. Students dressed in Hawaiian garb, adorning leis and flowered shirts. At lunch, Jamba Juice and Mauna Loa Hawaiian Barbeque were sold and students stood in long lines in order to get the last of the food. […]

Junior Jeremy Goldwasser and sophomore Sean McGee perform together.

Night of Blues

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Under twinkling lights, students, faculty and relatives of performers gathered to enjoy music performed by student musicians from the Jazz and Performance Workshop programs at Night of Blues on Friday night in the CEA. Canopy, a merging of the Advanced Performance Workshop bands High Tide and Sequoia, provided an energetic set to end the night. […]

Many community members  attended the meeting in support of Wellness.

Community members voice support for Wellness at board meeting

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The Tamalpais Union High School District (TUHSD) held a meeting on Tuesday where 17 community members spoke on behalf of the Wellness Center. There was a detailed second interim report presentation regarding the district’s budget in preparation for the budget-centric meeting on March 22. Wellness Director Jessica Colvin and a colleague also made a presentation […]


Varsity basketball Senior Night

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Girls’ varsity basketball sweeps rival Branson on Senior Night By Madi Barsi In its last regular home game of the season, the girls’ varsity basketball team swept rival Branson during Senior Night by a score of 59-26. Seniors Kayla Rose, Carli Jacks, Natalie Moorhead and Hayden Dean, along with junior Nicki Yang, started the game […]