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Burlingame introduces psychologist Susie Lee
Jeff Cole, Burlingame’s newest science teacher

Jeff Cole, Burlingame’s newest science teacher

October 19, 2020

Jeff Cole is the newest member of the Science Department at Burlingame, teaching chemistry and biology. Growing up in Clovis, a suburb of Fresno, Cole knew he wanted to...

Environmental Club President, Cate Cattano adapts club to online learning

Environmental Club President, Cate Cattano adapts club to online learning

October 18, 2020

Distance learning has taken opportunities away from clubs to do volunteer work and fundraise, and the Environmental Club is no exception. Normally, the Environmental Club...

Teacher experiences with distance learning

Teacher experiences with distance learning

October 18, 2020

From begging students to talk in a breakout room to staring at a multitude of foreheads on a monitor, teaching in the age of distance learning is a far cry from being at school...

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Burlingame athletes push on during pandemic

NBA season suspended amid coronavirus outbreak

March 12, 2020

The NBA announced yesterday that it would be suspending...

Burlingame has strong numbers for CCS

Burlingame has strong numbers for CCS

March 10, 2020

The wrestling team showed up strong for the Central...

Girls soccer team goes far, winning CCS Championships

Girls soccer team goes far, winning CCS Championships

March 9, 2020

The girls varsity soccer team exceeded all expectations...

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iOS 14: New features and how to download it
Video games are keeping Burlingame students connected, and helping them through quarantine

Video games are keeping Burlingame students connected, and helping them through quarantine

October 15, 2020

As of Oct. 11, the video game “Among Us” had 252,000 viewers on the streaming platform Twitch. Although it was released in 2018, “Among Us” has had an increase in...

Trader Joe’s fall food review

Trader Joe’s fall food review

October 15, 2020

Autumn is coming our way as the summer air cools that means, Trader Joe’s is now stocked with their annual fall foods! From cookies to curry there is a variety of pumpkin...

K-drama starter pack for inexperienced watchers

K-drama starter pack for inexperienced watchers

September 11, 2020

The Korean drama wave is finally hitting America, and I am loving it. Growing up in America, I hardly ever saw Asian characters on TV. When they were shown, Asians were often...

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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...

Wakeup call: Those school shootings all over the news? They could easily happen here, and we are in denial

Wakeup call: Those school shootings all over the news? They could easily happen here, and we are in denial

December 16, 2019

On Nov. 14, there was a school shooting at Saugus High...

Potty Talk: Addressing the bathroom crisis on campus

Potty Talk: Addressing the bathroom crisis on campus

November 19, 2019

On Aug. 5, our school was tagged by a slew of bigoted...

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In a time of crisis, the Burlingame Public Library forges on
News

Elise Spenner, Staff Reporter
October 20, 2020

For six months, the Burlingame Public Library has been quiet. No guests peek through the windows or tug at the heavy door, waiting for the lights to turn on. No toddlers jump around in excitement for story time. No kids aimlessly search the shelves for call numbers. No teenagers grind their teeth, anxiously...

How Burlingame students have been spending their time in quarantine
Showcase

Sabina Barrolaza, Staff Reporter
October 19, 2020

Since March, many have been struggling with boredom and searching for something to do with the extra time on their hands. Three Burlingame students share their newfound hobbies which they have acquired since shelter-in-place began.     Over quarantine, freshman Melia Kramer took...

Jeff Cole, Burlingame’s newest science teacher
Features

Mattingly Germack, Staff Reporter
October 19, 2020

Jeff Cole is the newest member of the Science Department at Burlingame, teaching chemistry and biology. Growing up in Clovis, a suburb of Fresno, Cole knew he wanted to be a teacher; however, he did not know what he wanted to teach. He originally thought he would like to become a history teacher,...

The Student News Site of Burlingame High School
The Student News Site of Burlingame High School