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Ibram X. Kendi joins the TUHSD for a Stop-and-Learn
Ibram X. Kendi joins the TUHSD for a Stop-and-Learn
Elsa BlockMay 23, 2024

On Tuesday, May 21, the Tamalpais Union High School District (TUHSD) held the third “Stop-and-Learn” of the year following recent racial...

Exploring the role of religion in grief: Unveiling the impact of rituals and community support
Exploring the role of religion in grief: Unveiling the impact of rituals and community support
Emily Garcia and Ellie BraggsMay 21, 2024

Religion plays a significant role in many people's lives, and while its influence in navigating grief is widely recognized, certain practices...

FDA approves Opill; The lens into the world of reproductive rights
Hailey Carlton and Annie BurlingameMay 16, 2024

From IUDs to Depo-Provera shots, and to the original pill (Plan-B), birth control has evolved substantially since its debut in May of 1950....

Girls’ varsity volleyball Highlights

The girls’ varsity volleyball team has asserted itself as a powerhouse throughout the Marin County Athletic League (MCAL). They are currently 27-6 on the season, in the midst of an intense NCS playoff bracket. After two tough games, including a win at home in four sets against Marin Catholic and a slight loss in the MCAL championship against Branson, the girls are going to continue pushing their way through NCS in hopes of a title.

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Zach Dinowitz
Zach Dinowitz, Staff Illustrator
Zach is a junior at Redwood High School and is a staff illustrator for the Bark. He enjoys sports and hanging out with his friends.
Mason Garbo
Mason Garbo, Reporter
Mason Garbo is a junior at Redwood High school and is a reporter for the Redwood Bark. He enjoys hanging with friends, basketball and listening to music.