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A Look Back at the Headlands Conservation

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In the 1960s, a developer purchased the 2,000 acres of land in the Marin Headlands and made immediate plans for his new community to be called “Marincello.” Marincello was originally conceived to house 30,000 people. Soon, it was realized that the Marin Headlands was a crucial area to complete this national park. In 1972, the […]

The Bee Doc

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Local beekeepers discuss the deteriorating condition of the Marin County bee population, an essential While describing the environmental threats on the bee population such as mites, pesticides and loss of habit, they also share the personal challenges they have faced while keeping their hives. Though beekeeping has become increasingly difficult, the passionate beekeepers are motivated […]

Light up the Night

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There is something magical about slowly ambling down an unfamiliar street in a car as the sky becomes dark, turning the corner and being overwhelmed by an extravagant, over-the-top Christmas display complete with music echoing throughout the neighborhood, and realizing that you did indeed turn onto the right street. Picture a house so extraordinary that […]

Untold Stories from the Trailer Park

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Just around the corner from Redwood High School, The Marin RV Park is tucked between a popular shopping mall and marsh lands, leading most Marin residents to drive right by it almost daily. From their admiration of Airstream trailers to a transitional home, residents Denise Oberman, Blanche Lenin-Cruz, and Ron Martin provide insight into their […]

Junior and mentor go hardcore for parkour

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Former Redwood student, Josh Morris, and current Redwood junior, Aidan Rankin-Williams, discuss their passion for parkour and their history practicing the sport.

Protests erupt on campus over campaign rhetoric

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Video by Sydney Soofer   Roughly 100 students walked out of their classes and onto the South Lawn on Monday in protest of views expressed by President-elect Donald Trump during his campaign. Many of the protesters said that they were not protesting Trump’s right to be president, but rather the discrimination and hatred that they […]

Mr. Minhondo: Rocking Redwood

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  Mr. Minhondo, Film Focus and World Cultures/Geography teacher, talks about his experiences in a punk rock band and his passion for music.

Desk Jams: Edition 11 – Stephanie Oh

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Senior Stephanie Oh performs on the violin.  

Advice to your freshman self

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Ray James Karl Tietze James Ingledew Naina Vyas Riley Dow and Ryan Stiles Ruby Rawlinson Garret Aubert Marisa Robinow

Redwood wins annual Tri-School Poetry Slam

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Jazz music lulled in the background as Redwood, Tam and Drake parents and students filed into the Little Theater for the annual Tri-School Poetry Slam on May 18. Viewers waited eagerly as the lights dimmed and the emcee stepped on stage in anticipation of a night filled with creative thinking and animated speech. The eight […]