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What it means to be a Giant
What it means to be a Giant
Gil LadetzkyJune 22, 2024

In fifth grade, I attended my first-ever Redwood basketball game. It was a rainy Thursday night in a gym packed with energetic students. As I...

A high school student ridden with acne scrolls through social media posts of influencers with seemingly flawless skin from filters.
The bulging red bumps of your teen years shouldnt be normalized: Acne vulgaris, a detrimentally neglected disease
Emily HitchcockJune 20, 2024

Acne vulgaris is a chronic inflammatory disease —those red, white or scarred marks, the ones that stand out or grow beneath the skin as a painful...

Seniors launch their caps in their air as Dr. Barnaby Payne announces they have officially graduated.
Redwood class of 2024 graduates amid tears, cheers and airhorns: A celebration to remember
Cora ChampommierJune 15, 2024

  On Thursday, June 13, the Redwood class 2024 solidified their impact on the school over the past four years and became a step closer...

Leadership’s lunch success with Panda Express


On Friday, Feb. 16, Leadership sold food from Panda Express at the amphitheater during lunch to celebrate the Chinese New Year and to kick-off the start of Ski Week. Eager to eat, many students rushed to stand in line even before the first lunch bell rang. Although the line was extremely long, Leadership students worked diligently to provide all of the waiting students with a meal before lunch ended, selling over 250 plates, according to ASB. For five dollars each, plates of chow mein, orange chicken, rice and other dishes were handed out at a rapid pace. Students sat at the amphitheater, lunch tables and on the grass eating their meal and socializing with others.

Meanwhile, on the stage by the CEA, the Advanced Performance Workshop played upbeat music. After the performance, Leadership held a raffle by reading off numbers from tickets that had been handed out after purchasing a meal. They gave away a giant fortune cookie to each of the winners. The Chinese food paired with live music made for a memorable last day before February break.


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Devon McClain
Devon McClain, Former Staff
Devon McClain is a senior at Redwood high school and has been on the Redwood Bark staff for 2 years working as a reporter. Outside of Bark, he loves to play lacrosse, skateboard, and rock climb. He loves spending time with his family and his friends, and is always up to try something new!