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The Student News Site of Burlingame High School

The Burlingame B

The Student News Site of Burlingame High School

The Burlingame B

On Nov. 12, many Italian exchange program students visited Alcatraz with their host students and continued their exploration of San Francisco after.
Three years later, the Italian exchange program returns
Lizzy Wan, Diversity Coordinator • November 30, 2022
Students work together to prepare their assigned dish for the Bridge Program.
For the first time since COVID, the District Bridge Program collaborates with culinary arts class
Sophia Doss, Staff Reporter • November 28, 2022
The majority of respondents to the poll reported they had heard slurs, offensive jokes and insults that degrade someone’s gender identity, sexuality, race, abilities, culture or ethnicity on campus.
Why is hate speech a part of Burlingame’s vocabulary?
Abby Knight, Staff Reporter • November 18, 2022
Two of the B’s reporters — Theo Au-Yeung and Alex Kelly — have done their best to predict the results of the group stage below.
World Cup 2022 Predictions
Theo Au-Yeung and Alex Kelly November 22, 2022
One of the most watched and anticipated sporting events has returned to the big stage as Qatar hosts the 2022 World Cup, the first to ever be held in the winter.
World Cup 2022 Preview: Contenders and Sleepers
Theo Au-Yeung, Staff Reporter • November 20, 2022
Members from last year’s Red Cross club ran a fundraising stand on Burlingame Avenue.
The Red Cross club is back and better than ever
Athena Bostonmaer, Staff Reporter • November 20, 2022
Instagram, BeReal and TikTok originally attracted users because of very distinct functions. However, they have slowly grown more and more similar.
Warring social media platforms: the battle to be better
Ruby Rosenquist, Staff Reporter • November 15, 2022
Arrays of beauty salons, juice bars, boba shops, and aesthetic cafes align Burlingame’s downtown.
Burlingame Avenue is beginning to look like Los Angeles
Ellie Neuman, Staff Reporter • November 4, 2022
Japanese singer-songwriter Joji released Smithereens on Nov. 4. (Photos approved for editorial use by Shorefire Media)
Joji’s “Smithereens”: mere glimpses of genius to come
Brinda Iyer, Staff Reporter • December 1, 2022
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On Wednesday, Nov. 30, the Culinary Arts and Nutrition class ran a pop-up shop during fourth period to prepare and serve a lunch of Brazilian stroganoff to teachers. The dish centered around chicken cooked in a cream sauce, which was served alongside rice and topped with potato.

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Junior Ava Shimkus founded the United Feminist Club her sophomore year and has been extremely active in the community ever since.
Her goal as president is to create a community where everyone can feel empowered to bring change to the world.

Girls’ varsity basketball played against George Washington High School in its first game of the season on Tuesday, Nov. 22. With nine new girls on the roster, the young team struggled to score in the first half, tallying only five points.

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