Seniors return to native lands for college

Liza Rodler

May 29, 2012

In most cases, venturing abroad for college would add to the stress and excitement of leaving one’s family, but for two seniors, it may be more akin to coming home. While 39% of the class of 2012 will be attending an out...

A different dynamic: the children of teachers

Liza Rodler

January 27, 2012

While the handful of students with parents who teach at Redwood enjoy the benefits of always having a ride to school, they must also come to terms with sharing the proverbial high school experience with a family member. “You have a ...

Opposing perspectives on campus

Michaela Ravasio

January 27, 2012

Surrounded by the generally liberal residents of Marin County, it is undeniable that students who do not associate with the Democratic party are almost always in the minority. Though some have no problem standing alone, others...

Unplugging the addiction: Teens leave Facebook

Michaela Ravasio

January 27, 2012

A seemingly simple 30-minute homework assignment takes three hours to complete, a 10 p.m. bedtime turns into midnight, a task is left unfinished, and the computer keeps whirring. Pre-2004, one might have wondered what was causing...

Dance Focus sambas for audience

Liza Rodler

December 9, 2011

Adorned in feathered head-dresses, flowing white fabric, and vibrant colors, the Dance Focus class took the stage last Wednesday through Saturday in four of their semi-annual performances. Comprised of approximately 25 dancers,...

Graduates return from four-years, transfer to COM

Michaela Ravasio

December 9, 2011

For some Redwood graduates, College of Marin provides a second chance at choosing the right college. Every year, some students leave part way through their time at a four-year university to return home and attend COM. Many...

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