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Climate rally links youth advocates and local politicians in favor of carbon fee
Longtime Burlingame science teacher Ms. Johnson moving on from teaching

Longtime Burlingame science teacher Ms. Johnson moving on from teaching

May 21, 2021

Burlingame is saying goodbye to environmental science and biology teacher Heather Johnson after 14 years. She will be moving to Seaside High School in Seaside, Calif., part...

ASB optimistic about the upcoming school year, hopes to further unite Burlingame

ASB optimistic about the upcoming school year, hopes to further unite Burlingame

May 21, 2021

The students recently elected to the Associated Student Body (ASB) cabinet have one main goal in mind: unite the Burlingame community.  Current junior and president-elect...

New mural promotes unity in response to nationwide hate crimes

New mural promotes unity in response to nationwide hate crimes

April 29, 2021

In light of antisemitic vandalism at Burlingame, Black Lives Matter protests and rising hate against Asian and Jewish Americans, unity has become crucial to the safety and...

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Camaraderie leads girls’ tennis to first win of the season over Lick Wilmerding
Girls’ tennis team undergoes cuts for the first time

Girls’ tennis team undergoes cuts for the first time

August 31, 2021

For the first time in Burlingame girls' tennis history,...

Boys golf team off to a successful start

Boys golf team off to a successful start

May 10, 2021

Burlingame boys golf has had an incredibly successful...

Basketball gets underway after facing possible shutdown

Basketball gets underway after facing possible shutdown

May 7, 2021

The girls and boys basketball season came very close...

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Delicious and creative food trends take over TikTok
“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...

New Netflix movie “Moxie” could have inspired thousands of teenagers, but misses the mark

New Netflix movie “Moxie” could have inspired thousands of teenagers, but misses the mark

April 4, 2021

“Moxie” attempts to inspire teenage girls to stand up for what they believe in, but it ends up being a cliche high school drama. Sixteen-year-old Vivian (Hadley Robinson)...

Racial bias in the Grammys impacts our generation

Racial bias in the Grammys impacts our generation

April 2, 2021

The 63rd Annual Grammy Awards took place on Saturday, March 14. The Grammys are highly coveted awards that are sought after by musicians across the globe. However, the Grammys...

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Perception of Capitol attack warped by life under Trump administration

The trials and tribulations of a Wednesday

November 5, 2020

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

Defining our history

March 19, 2020

We are currently living through a momentous period...

The role of the student body in the slow-turning gears of our school culture

The role of the student body in the slow-turning gears of our school culture

February 13, 2020

Our school has had more than a few unacceptable incidents...

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Longtime Burlingame science teacher Ms. Johnson moving on from teaching
Features

Mattingly Germack, Copy Editor
May 21, 2021

Burlingame is saying goodbye to environmental science and biology teacher Heather Johnson after 14 years. She will be moving to Seaside High School in Seaside, Calif., part of the Monterey Peninsula Unified School District. There, she will become a teaching instructor, helping new teachers develop their...

ASB optimistic about the upcoming school year, hopes to further unite Burlingame
Features

Farah Caban, Business Manager
May 21, 2021

The students recently elected to the Associated Student Body (ASB) cabinet have one main goal in mind: unite the Burlingame community.  Current junior and president-elect Elisenne Yun emphasized wanting to provide a smooth transition from this distanced year back to normal.  “I know there's...

Boys golf team off to a successful start
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Lizzy Wan, Senior Reporter
May 10, 2021

Burlingame boys golf has had an incredibly successful season despite facing obstacles brought on by the pandemic. On Thursday, April 29 Burlingame played against Sequoia at Green Hills Country Club and beat them with an end score of 258-216. The team has won in previous matches against Sequoia and Woodside...

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