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Stigma around mental health is still prevalent

Stigma around mental health is still prevalent

May 11, 2022

In the past few years, mental health has become a larger conversation, not only due to pandemic-induced isolation, but also from increasing suicide, depression and anxiety...

Early morning pick-up basketball connects staff

Early morning pick-up basketball connects staff

May 9, 2022

On a cold Friday morning before dawn, the lights flick on in the Burlingame gym. Few students are on campus, if any. But in the gym at 7 a.m., things are lively. Teachers...

Mental health in motion: Five Burlingame students recognized in Directing Change film contest

Mental health in motion: Five Burlingame students recognized in Directing Change film contest

May 9, 2022

After submitting films intended to raise awareness of the multi-faceted topic of mental health, five young filmmakers from Burlingame were recognized for their public service...

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Baseball beats King’s Academy, pushes for league championship
Varsity girls’ softball suffers loss against rival San Mateo

Varsity girls’ softball suffers loss against rival San Mateo

April 25, 2022

Burlingame’s girls’ varsity softball team (4-9-1,...

Boys’ volleyball program enters third year

Boys’ volleyball program enters third year

April 22, 2022

Boys’ varsity volleyball (4-14, 1-5 Peninsula Athletic...

Badminton team determined to make playoff push

Badminton team determined to make playoff push

April 22, 2022

Although the Burlingame badminton team did not have...

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The caped crusader punches his way back on screen
Spider-Man movies ranked

Spider-Man movies ranked

January 19, 2022

Warning: Spoilers Ahead       9 - The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014) Andrew Garfield’s second appearance on screen as Spider-Man was in...

Delicious and creative food trends take over TikTok

Delicious and creative food trends take over TikTok

April 13, 2021

TikTok is responsible for numerous trends, from fashion to dances, that are popular among teens nowadays. Food trends in particular have become very common. Users of the app...

“WandaVision” is a great TV series, regardless of whether you like Marvel

“WandaVision” is a great TV series, regardless of whether you like Marvel

April 4, 2021

*Light spoiler warning for Marvel Cinematic Universe*   “WandaVision” is Marvel’s latest TV series, and their first venture onto Disney+, and it is a creative...

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Ukraine deserves more than our performative activism
Future of masks at Burlingame unknown, what to do?

Future of masks at Burlingame unknown, what to do?

March 10, 2022

Last Monday, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced that the indoor...

Perception of Capitol attack warped by life under Trump administration

Perception of Capitol attack warped by life under Trump administration

January 12, 2021

Watching the photos and news updates roll in as protesters...

The trials and tribulations of a Wednesday

November 5, 2020

This year, our bedrooms have become our classrooms,...

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Burlingame adds new data science class to math curriculum
News

Wali Chaudry, Staff Reporter
May 9, 2022

Previously, Burlingame offered Integrated Math II and Algebra II for students, who had completed Geometry, to choose from; now, teacher Rebecca Zielkowski will introduce a new math class on data science. “It’s a completely different way of looking at math,” Zielkowski said. “It’s coding...

Think twice before hitting “order” on your favorite online shop
Opinion

Farah Caban, Business Manager
May 9, 2022

When stores closed their doors in March 2020 and the only necessary business was to visit the grocery store, packages piled up on doorsteps. Although the United Nations reported in May 2021 that global e-commerce jumped to $26.7 trillion because of COVID-19, the real harm comes from the households who...

Early morning pick-up basketball connects staff
Features

Alex Kelly, Webmaster
May 9, 2022

On a cold Friday morning before dawn, the lights flick on in the Burlingame gym. Few students are on campus, if any. But in the gym at 7 a.m., things are lively. Teachers and staff are sprinting across the court, calling out screens and defenses to each other, making shots from all over the court. This...

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