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  • NFTs are the next big asset, get involved before your chance gets token

    Opinion

    NFTs are the next big asset, get involved before your chance gets token

  • Minding the gap: the benefits of a gap year

    Opinion

    Minding the gap: the benefits of a gap year

  • Snapshot No. 118

    Snapshot

    Snapshot No. 118

  • Heading up the stairs, the children of Captain von Trapp sing “So Long, Farewell.”

    News

    Redwood seniors sing ‘So Long, Farewell’ to Throckmorton in ‘The Sound of Music’

  • Representing their classes as site council members, Sarani Puri, Michael Geloso and Colby Binder pose for a photo.

    News

    Site council votes to abolish valedictorian

  • Principal David Sondheim hits the ball during a game of four square with seniors.

    Snapshot

    Snapshot No. 117

  • Whitney Violette designs awareness for dyslexia

    Culture

    Whitney Violette designs awareness for dyslexia

  • Finishing the day strong, the beach volleyball team comes together for a team picture (Photo courtesy of the Redwoodbeachvball instagram account

    Sports

    Beach volleyball is set up for success

  • Closing out a week of spectacular musical performances and weather, Mr Mattern barbecues for his Performance Workshop classes.

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    Snapshot No. 116

  • Fire on the mountain in Greenbrae. Luckily it was contained shortly hereafter protecting the neighborhood from destruction.

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    Snapshot No. 115

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Ryo Weng

Ryo Weng, Former Staff

Ryo Weng is an Editor-in-Chief for the Redwood Bark. He is a current senior and enjoys playing lacrosse and spending time with friends. He is also the Associated Student Body Vice President and is involved with Leadership and various clubs on campus.

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Beyond the classroom

April 27, 2020
Snapshot No. 55

Snapshot No. 55

January 15, 2020
Snapshot No. 27

Snapshot No. 27

November 7, 2019
Undesirable weather conditions throughout the day led to the flooding of a section of the street near the Drama bathrooms. Paired with sweeping gusts of wind, the rising King Tide has contributed to flooding in some areas of the campus.

Snapshot No. 31

January 16, 2019
Snapshot No. 10

Snapshot No. 10

December 1, 2018
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