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The Burlingame B

The Student News Site of Burlingame High School

The Burlingame B

Maybe about editor-in-chief Audrey Limb’s hopes and goals for the club as well as potential stuff about the next issue.

New year, new leadership: Catcher Zine paints a future of inclusivity

Sophia Puzon, Staff Reporter
September 26, 2022

Since its founding in 2020, the Catcher Zine club has served as an outlet for students to showcase their passion for art and literature. Senior Audrey Limb, the club’s new editor-in-chief, hopes to support...

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Teen librarian Jenny Miner and senior Eva Chen pose for a picture after leading the first Youth Poet Laureate writing workshop.

The search for Burlingame’s first Youth Poet Laureate begins

Lauren Gonzalez, Staff Reporter
September 21, 2022

At first glance, the contest to become Burlingame and Hillsborough’s first Youth Poet Laureate (YPL) appears to be just another creative writing competition for teens. But in order to “win,” applicants...

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Junior Deniel Mirzoian works on a software project at the Burlingame Public Library.

Panther programmers: Students take coding to the next level

Jake Rothstein, Head Photographer
September 6, 2022

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Club members hiking along the Montara Mountain Trail on Saturday, April 16.

MAIA Impact club hikes to raise awareness

Leilani Dougherty, Staff Reporter
May 2, 2022

Burlingame’s MAIA Impact club hosted a fundraising hike at the Montara Mountain Trail in San Pedro Valley Park on Saturday, April 16.  The hike, organized by club president Kylie Holzman and vice...

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The “Into the Woods” cast and crew pose for a photo just days before their first performance.

Burlingame’s “Into the Woods”: a thrilling, magical adventure

Jake Rothstein, Head Photographer
April 1, 2022

The lights flicker on; the curtains peel back, revealing the fantastical fairy-tale land encapsulating the stage. The Burlingame Theater Department performed the Tony Award-winning musical “Into the...

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San Mateo County Supervisor Dave Pine delivers a speech during the CEC film fest on Tuesday, March 22.

CEC student film fest recognizes students’ passion for filmmaking and advocacy

Arda Inegol, Web Editor
March 29, 2022

The fifth annual Citizens Environmental Council (CEC) student film festival was hosted in the Burlingame theater on Tuesday, March 22. The festival, organized by the CEC and the Burlingame Environmental...

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The Burlingame student section, a sea of red spirit, cheers on the Panthers on the field.

Homecoming: a week of Panther pride

Lexi Goldstein, Editor-In-Chief
November 13, 2021

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The Panthers congregate at the pitcher’s mound after striking out a player during the game against St. Ignatius on April 9.

Burlingame’s softball team takes home win against St. Ignatius

Julianna Oliver, Senior Reporter
May 6, 2021

The Panthers were a compelling view on April 9 during a home softball game against St. Ignatius College Preparatory (St. Ignatius), in which the Panthers took the win. The stands were filled with parents...

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Professional actors David Lee Huynh, Michelle Skinner, Nicole Javier and Sean Okuniewicz perform junior Aideen Delahunt’s one-act “Theodore” over Zoom.

Young Playwrights Project brings student writing to life

Lexi Goldstein, Editor-In-Chief
April 19, 2021

On Monday, March 29, Burlingame’s advanced drama students watched as their scripts came to life over Zoom through the help and guidance of the Young Playwrights Project, an opportunity presented every...

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Working during the pandemic: three Burlingame students tell their story

Julianna Oliver, Senior Reporter
April 12, 2021

Each story was derived from five to ten minute long interviews with students from Burlingame. They shared their stories and opinions on what it has been like working in the pandemic. All three have jobs...

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Junior Rachel Burdick proudly presents the official proclamation from the City of Burlingame recognizing the last day of February as Rare Disease Day.

Rachel Burdick: AVM survivor and advocate

Lexi Goldstein, Editor-In-Chief
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...

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New schedules and changing formats cause students to adjust their plans for upcoming exams.

As AP exams approach, students and staff navigate a tangled web of logistics

Jackson Spenner, Editor-In-chief
March 30, 2021

On Feb. 19, Burlingame’s students and teachers received what would be the first of many emails titled ‘AP Exam Updates.’ They were told that Advanced Placement (AP) exams would be pushed back to...

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