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Marin Robotics looks to improve upon last year’s success

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Following a 16th place finish in their division of the Vex Robotics World Championships last season, the Marin Robotics team—made up of students from across the Tamalpais Union High School District—has been working on new robots since the 2018-2019 season began in April. One of the students working on a new robot is Cyrus Haag, […]

Understanding the identity struggle of minority transfer students

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Vietnamese senior Dana Nguyen picks up her remote control to turn on the television. Immediately, a cast of white actors fills her screen. She changes the channel; still, not a single minority is represented. Frustrated, she shuts off the TV and focuses her attention on the cover of the magazine next to her, which shows […]

Redwood currently in third in NorCal High School Cycling League

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The Redwood mountain biking team took to the podium in third place with 11,900 total points after their third race of the season at Fort Ord on March 25. Taking first place was Tamalpais High School with 12,702 total points, and coming in second place was Drake High School with 12,371 total points. This makes […]

Boys’ JV lacrosse brings home win over Marin Catholic

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Stormy clouds filled the sky over a damp turf field, however, this didn’t stop Redwood’s JV lacrosse team from securing a victory against rival Marin Catholic (MC) on March 21. Redwood’s JV lacrosse team took home the win 7-2. Despite a slow start for both the Giants and the Wildcats, Redwood sophomore George Christen scored […]

Boys varsity basketball season recap

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The Redwood boys’ varsity basketball team finished this season with an impressive record of 22-8. However, the team would go on to lose an extremely close game (34-35) versus Branson in the semi-finals of the MCAL playoffs as well as lose in the second round of the NCS playoffs against Las Lomas, a team located […]

Redwood varsity football, what the future holds

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The Redwood varsity football team finished this season with a record of 3-7, while also losing their sole playoff game on Nov. 11 by a score of 0-42 against Granada High School. With the varsity team finishing last years’ 2016-2017 season with a record of 9-3, as well as making it to the second round […]

Heather Hadley: Racing in Sonoma

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Through the whine of the engines and the squealing of tires, Sonoma Raceway on a raceday is a chaotic scene. Taking part in this chaos is Sophomore Heather Hadley, nicknamed “The Heat”, with her helmet on her head and her hand on the wheel. Hadley lives a life that many of her friends and peers […]

CrossFit Kiehfuss: Balancing Fitness and School

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At 5:15 on a Monday morning, most students are sound asleep, some are starting to wake up, and a few are drowsily finishing homework from the weekend. However, senior Evie Kiehfuss is sweating it out in The Cave of Corte Madera, doing squat cleans and wall balls. For the uninitiated, Kiehfuss describes Crossfit as “a […]

What’s Cookin? Chefs’ Recipes to Success

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As the serrated knife slices through the thick meat, fat is tossed aside onto the stainless steel counter, sometimes landing onto the floor. Soaking wet mops quickly sweep up the scraps as they move around the kitchen floor, dodging the hurrying feet of the waiters and chefs. Orders are shouted through the kitchen over the […]

Redwood’s next step in sustainability: Dealing with undiverted waste

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On a sunny day, the clouds part to reveal the mountainous terrain of Marin County which is just one aspect of the natural beauty of the community. Marin’s mild climate and abundance of natural reserves like Mount Tamalpais and Muir Park are what make the county such a unique and attractive setting. However, an upsurge […]