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The Burlingame B

The Student News Site of Burlingame High School

The Burlingame B

The Student News Site of Burlingame High School

The Burlingame B

The Millbrae Art and Wine Festival brought large crowds downtown for a Labor Day weekend filled with art, crafts and food.
A sunny weekend draws a diverse crowd to Millbrae’s annual Art & Wine Festival
Brinda Iyer, Staff Reporter • September 10, 2022
Trees line Burlingames main entrance on Mar. 12, 2021. On Tuesday, graffiti was discovered in the C-Building boys’ bathroom.
Racist, Anti-Semitic graffiti discovered on campus
Elise Spenner and Jackson Spenner August 31, 2022
The San Mateo Unified High School District updated classroom speakers this summer, surprising students with the sound of a new bell. It plays six beeps at a pitch of around 440 Hz in place of a traditional, single-ring bell.
What’s up with the bells?
Lizzy Wan, Diversity Coordinator • August 30, 2022
On August 20, a line of customers wait to order at Palmetto Superfoods for their acai bowls and smoothies.
Review: Palmetto Superfoods
Kristie Kim, Social Coordinator • September 2, 2022
Amazon purchased over 100,000 electric delivery vehicles from Rivian in 2019 to move the company towards carbon neutrality.
Think twice before hitting “order” on your favorite online shop
Farah Caban, Business Manager • May 9, 2022
Prior to the 2022 March Madness tournament, the NCAA limited March Madness branding solely to the men’s tournament.
One year after weight room controversy, women get a fairer slice of March Madness
Michelle Moshkovoy, Sports Editor • April 22, 2022
We need more movies like “Top Gun: Maverick”
We need more movies like “Top Gun: Maverick”
Arda Inegol, Webmaster • August 26, 2022
Spider-Man movies ranked
Arda Inegol, Webmaster • January 19, 2022
Burlingame’s Bay University class in session on Thursday, Sept. 22.
Bay University guides adult students to success
Natalie Gyde, Staff Reporter • September 26, 2022

Many Burlingame students walk into the F-Building every day. Most likely, they head up the stairs for...

On Sept. 22, freshmen Samantha Tom and Evelyn Du won 6-0, 6-0 in their No. 3 doubles match against San Mateo.
Girls' tennis takes comfortable victory over rival San Mateo
Daria Burnosova, Senior Reporter • September 30, 2022

On Thursday, Sept. 22, girls’ tennis hosted school rival San Mateo High School.  With a final score...

Activists gather at a rally in Vancouver, Canada on Feb. 26 to protest the Russian invasion of Ukraine.
Ukraine deserves more than our performative activism
The Burlingame B Editorial Board May 23, 2022
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Michelle Moshkovoy, Alex Kelly, and Jake Rothstein February 25, 2022

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On Wednesday, Sept. 28, teachers and students competed head-to-head in an evenly-matched staff vs. student volleyball game in the main gym. Students crowded onto the bleachers during lunch to cheer on their classmates on the court.

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Many Burlingame students walk into the F-Building every day. Most likely, they head up the stairs for an architecture, engineering or nutrition class, overlooking the three classrooms on the downstairs floor.

College and financial advisor Jonathan Dhyne and counselor Earvin Buckner hosted a parent night for the First-Generation Club on Thursday, Sept. 22. Buckner and Dhyne created the club to provide guidance and support to students whose parents did not attend college.

Congratulations to @theBurlingameB! "A level playing field: local organization empowers women in sports leadership" has just been published on Best of SNO! https://bestofsno.com/?p=57700

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