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    Snapshot No. 71

  • Celebrating an epic finish, the team and fans jump for joy after senior Sophia Pero passes the ball to Briana Salvetti, scoring the equalizing goal.

    Sports

    Girls’ varsity soccer ties Branson Bulls with a last-minute goal

  • The Biden Presidency: A year in review

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    The Biden Presidency: A year in review

  • A look into the 2022 College Football Playoff National Championship

    Sports

    A look into the 2022 College Football Playoff National Championship

  • Shattering windows, insurrectionists break into the Capitol building on Jan. 6, 2021 in hopes of disrupting Biden’s upcoming inauguration. (Photo courtesy of CNBC)

    News

    One year after the Capitol insurrection, America reflects on its political division

  • More than a 16-hour time difference: From China to Redwood

    Lifestyles

    More than a 16-hour time difference: From China to Redwood

  • Settling in on their first week back from Winter break, students gather in the library to stay dry during lunch.

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    Snapshot No. 70

  • Singing at Hopmonk Tavern, Til’ Dawn soloist Emma Orrick performs for an audience. (Photo courtesy of Leah Nemerovski).

    Culture

    Til’ Dawn’s tight knit community is the key to their musical success

  • (Art by Calla McBride)

    Opinion

    Purge your mental closet: Fashion being superficial is so last year

  • The Harvest Bowl is a Sweetgreen specialty, combining fall and winter ingredients for a filling meal.

    Review

    Bringing out the green: Is Sweetgreen worth the big bucks?

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Emma Carpenter

Emma Carpenter, Former Staff

Emma Carpenter is a Senior at Redwood High School, and a reporter for the Redwood Bark. She rows for Marin Rowing and has four cats.

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Snapshot No. 97

Snapshot No. 97

May 27, 2020
Students head to Mr. VPs room to purchase handmade, colorful bracelets to support employment and education in Nicaragua.

Snapshot No. 60

April 23, 2019
Redwood students show their appreciation for their teachers by writing and delivering notes

Snapshot No. 2

November 15, 2018
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