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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

Audrey Wei

Audrey Wei, Staff Reporter

Audrey Wei is a freshmen at BHS and is a first year journalism student. She enjoys reading and writing stories, which introduced her to journalism. She is a huge fan of k-pop and enjoys getting boba with her friends. Outside of school, you can find her out on the soccer field or binging a new k-drama.
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Store owner Katherin Baban sorts through books in her new store Gigglemugs on Friday, Feb. 23.

Local store brings candy, books and charm to Ave

Audrey Wei, Staff Reporter
March 28, 2024

When Katherin Baban dreamed up her business idea — a store on Burlingame Avenue that offers a wide range of books for all ages and quality candy — her first, and most important, customer was her daughter....

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Senior captain Jayden Ma prepares to serve to his opponent on Thursday, March 21.

Badminton dominates Capuchino for crucial league victory

Audrey Wei, Staff Reporter
March 26, 2024

Perhaps fueled by the echoing cheers and celebrations resonating through the gym, the co-ed badminton team soared to victory on Thursday, March 21, clinching a 20-10 triumph over Capuchino High School.  Whether...

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Although government and economics teacher Alex Gray took economics in high school, she has never felt like the curriculum adequately prepared her to navigate the finances of daily life.

California weighs requiring financial literacy course

Audrey Wei, Staff Reporter
March 5, 2024

On Sept. 5, 2023, attorney Christopher Lee Kaufman and financial education non-profit founder Timothy J. Ranzetta proposed a ballot initiative to make one semester of financial literacy classes a high...

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As an alternative to Valentine’s Day, girls celebrate Galentine’s by bringing food and exchanging gifts.

Looking back on Valentine’s Day

Evelyn Du and Audrey Wei
February 20, 2024

Valentine's Day is a renowned holiday worldwide, celebrated by many. However, depending on age, it is celebrated differently. For example, elementary schoolers annually celebrate with a massive candy exchange...

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On Cabrillo Avenue, blow-up characters are the most common form of decoration, ranging from ghosts and dinosaurs to cats and spiders.

Halloween on Cabrillo Avenue: Residents prepare decorations, trick-or-treaters flock to spirited street

Audrey Wei, Staff Reporter
October 31, 2023

As the sun sets on Oct. 31, the streets of Burlingame light up with life as the sound of excited children filling their baskets with candy rings through the air. But no street is brighter or louder than...

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Senior Cora Haggarty, who has been in leadership since freshman year, now heads the class as ASB president.

Meet Cora Haggarty, new ASB president

Audrey Wei, Staff Reporter
October 5, 2023

As a ninth grader, senior Cora Haggarty never expected to become this year's Associated Student Body (ASB) president. But fast forward through a pandemic, three years of leadership class, and nine seasons...

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