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The pandemic challenges the dance community’s resilience
Seniors question a return to in-person learning to finish high school careers

Seniors question a return to in-person learning to finish high school careers

March 26, 2021

Many students dream of their senior year in high school, full of fun activities and bonding with their peers. But this past year, seniors will likely miss out on many opportunities...

Brittney Otero preserves the deserted school library during pandemic

Brittney Otero preserves the deserted school library during pandemic

March 25, 2021

Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, Brittney Otero is still playing an active role on Burlingame’s staff as the library media technician for the school library. Otero is passionate...

Team In Our Blood: Burlingame juniors tap into digital entrepreneurship skills

Team In Our Blood: Burlingame juniors tap into digital entrepreneurship skills

March 24, 2021

The Students of the Year program, hosted by the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS), is a philanthropic competition for high school students who participate by running campaigns...

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Burlingame swim team wraps up a unique and unforgettable season
Girls golf team finds community on the green

Girls golf team finds community on the green

March 28, 2021

Juniors Jessie Kotmel and Julia Hawkins, stuck in the...

Baseball prepares for upcoming season

Baseball prepares for upcoming season

March 26, 2021

After nearly a year in lockdown, Burlingame’s baseball...

Panthers come up short in first game of the season

Panthers come up short in first game of the season

March 22, 2021

Burlingame’s varsity and junior varsity (JV) football...

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

Take “Knives Out” Off Your Pandemic Watchlist

Take “Knives Out” Off Your Pandemic Watchlist

April 1, 2021

We are living through a historical drought of movies. Our demand for bingeable content has been higher than ever amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, and this combined with the fact...

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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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BIS begins in-person instruction as BHS welcomes students back to campus
COVID-19

Michelle Moshkovoy, Staff Reporter
April 1, 2021

With COVID-19 cases decreasing in the past months after a surge during the holiday season and with San Mateo County having moved into the orange tier on March 16, Burlingame Intermediate School (BIS) has brung its students back to campus and Burlingame High School (BHS) is welcoming back students starting...

Rachel Burdick: AVM survivor and advocate
Showcase

Lexi Goldstein, Copy Editor
March 31, 2021

Standing on Crissy Field, breathing in the crisp autumn breeze, junior Rachel Burdick geared up for her first Annual Aneurysm and Arteriovenous Malformation (AVM) Awareness Walk on May 6, 2016. Just a year before, she was rolling around on the ground during gymnastics practice in excruciating, ineffable...

Many styles were on display at this year’s Fashion Week
Entertainment

Lizzy Wan, Staff Reporter
March 31, 2021

  Fashion Week is the fashion industry’s largest event where designers and brands alike present their new collections on the runway. This event takes place twice a year (generally in September and February) in the four fashion capitals of the world — New York, Paris, Milan, and London....

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