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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

Amanda Nolan

Amanda Nolan, Social Media Coordinator

Amanda Nolan is a senior at Burlingame High School and Social Media Editor for the Burlingame B as a second-year Journalism student. Aside from being curious about the world, you can find Amanda baking an original recipe, waking up before the sun, or volunteering on the memory-care floor at Eskaton'sStaff Reporter Senior Community. While running the B's social media platforms, Amanda hopes to encourage the future generation to be mindful and advocate for the world that lives beyond the city of Burlingame.

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Although Burlingame seniors still enjoy the right to choose, the Dobbs decision undoubtedly affects their plans for life after high school.

In a post-Dobbs world, high school seniors look forward

November 10, 2022

Although Burlingame seniors still enjoy the right to choose, the Dobbs decision undoubtedly affects their plans for life after high school.

A pumpkin-filled review of popular fall foods

A pumpkin-filled review of popular fall foods

October 28, 2022

Another seasonal food release, another review. For the past two years, reporters from the B have tried fall or winter-themed Trader Joe’s food items to embrace the spirit of the season. This year,...

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Claire Guglielmi and Louann Bernaudin charge after the ball to prevent the Dons from stealing and scoring their first goal.

Panthers dominate in second win against Dons with postseason looming

October 13, 2022

With a week left in the season, girls’ varsity water polo (6-1 Peninsula Athletic League (PAL) Bay Division) beat Aragon High School 13-3 on Wednesday, Oct. 12, solidifying its No. 1 spot in the division. Burlingame’s...

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Senior Giselle Ortiz passes to an open teammate, assisting one of the team’s many goals.

Girls water polo fights to win over Carlmont following tough loss

September 25, 2022

Minimal turnovers, aggressive defense and an unrelenting barrage of shots led the girl’s varsity water polo team to an 18-4 victory over Carlmont High School on Thursday, Sept. 22.  The Panthers...

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The varsity swim team practices their relay dives for their relay-based swim meets this season.

Diving back into the swim season

March 15, 2022

Splash! The Burlingame swim team dives back into the pool to start their spring 2022 season. With an unprecedented season last year, with virtual meets and no teams to race against, the swim team hopes...

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Instead of spending Valentine’s Day disappointed you are without a partner, use this guide to make the best out of your day.

A guide to making the best out of Valentine’s Day

February 14, 2022

As Feb. 14 approaches with schedules wide open (again), many are reminded they are missing their ‘other half’ or have no significant other. That means no bouquet of roses, chocolates or fancy dinners...

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For many, stepping on the scale can determine one’s self-worth, but these numbers do not define you.

Running on a hamster wheel: Why your body will never be perfect

January 16, 2022

Below is an article written by staffers Lizzy Wan and Amanda Nolan. It combines both shared and individual experiences of the writers. To keep some anonymity, the story uses the pronouns “I” and “me”...

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Carol Hardesty

Carol Hardesty

October 7, 2021

After 13 years as a stay-at-home mom following her brief teaching career, Carol Hardesty returns to the math classroom, a subject she has always been passionate about.  Being a successful math student...

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Leslie Luna-Escoto

Leslie Luna-Escoto

October 7, 2021

After majoring in criminology and preparing to become a probation officer, Leslie Escoto realized her calling was to help high school students achieve educational success.  Growing up in Redwood City,...

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