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The Burlingame B

The Student News Site of Burlingame High School

The Burlingame B

Daria Burnosova

Daria Burnosova, Senior Reporter

Daria is a junior at Burlingame. She is currently a second year journalism student. She is thrilled to be back in the class and become a mentor. At Burlingame, she is a part of service commission's and multiple clubs. During her free time, she enjoys hiking, trying new food, and spending time with her friends and family.

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Urban Kitchen, filling the lot vacated by Lemonade and Super Duper, is an independent concept with a variety of fresh, healthy options.

Urban Kitchen offers a satisfying farm-to-table experience

Daria Burnosova, Senior Reporter
May 23, 2023

Urban Kitchen, the newest addition to Burlingame Avenue’s dining scene, fully embraces the farm-to-table concept, serving organic ingredients, healthy options and fresh plates in a modern atmosphere....

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Students at Burlingame acknowledged that they have shoplifted in the past, reflecting national trends.

[Photo] Shoplifting culture: the disturbing rate of stealing among teenagers

Jeannine Chiang, Web Editor
February 17, 2023

Students at Burlingame acknowledged that they have shoplifted in the past, reflecting national trends.

Ginny and Georgia, although initially an imitation of Gilmore Girls, has become much more unique and explored a different aspect of the mother-daughter relationship.

‘Ginny and Georgia’ is hardly just a ‘Gilmore Girls’ imitation

Daria Burnosova, Senior Reporter
February 9, 2023

In the pilot episode of “Ginny and Georgia,” a petty fight between 16-year old Ginny and her mother, Georgia Miller, ends when Georgia proudly reminds her daughter that “we’re like the Gilmore...

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Sophomore Mattea Park prepares spicy candy to sell at one of the clubs fundraisers.

Project ECHO club raises over $1000 to fund business competition

Daria Burnosova, Senior Reporter
January 10, 2023

The Burlingame chapter of Project ECHO, short for Entrepreneurial Concepts Hands On, was founded by Carine Suherman in the fall of 2021. The club, a small group of just 10 students, intends to teach entrepreneurial...

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Our reporters set out to discover which winter-themed foods from Starbucks and Trader Joe’s live up to their reputation.

Winter taste test: Reviewing popular holiday treats

Winter isn’t just about cold mornings, holiday cheer and festive decoration — it also gives us a reason to enjoy delicious, seasonal foods. With Thanksgiving snacks and family-dinner-themed pastries...

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Kyoko Yamamoto leads the Concert Band in a variety of songs, such as “Encanto” and “A Disney Spectacular,” in the Winter Concert on Dec. 7.

[Photo] Band’s busy season concludes with Winter Concert

Abby Knight, Copy Editor
December 9, 2022

Kyoko Yamamoto leads the Concert Band in a variety of songs, such as “Encanto” and “A Disney Spectacular,” in the Winter Concert on Dec. 7.

No. 3 singles player Michelle Moshkovoy plays her first match of the PAL Individual tournament on Nov. 3.

Seniors shine at PAL Individual Tournament

Daria Burnosova, Senior Reporter
November 12, 2022

With the choice to send six representatives to the PAL Individual tournament and missing No. 1 singles star Mila Mulready, girls’ tennis head coach Bill Smith went with his most proven players: seniors...

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A pumpkin-filled review of popular fall foods

A pumpkin-filled review of popular fall foods

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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On Sept. 22, freshmen Samantha Tom and Evelyn Du won 6-0, 6-0 in their No. 3 doubles match against San Mateo.

Girls’ tennis takes comfortable victory over rival San Mateo

Daria Burnosova, Senior Reporter
September 30, 2022

On Thursday, Sept. 22, girls’ tennis hosted school rival San Mateo High School.  With a final score of 6-1, the Panthers (4-2 Peninsula Athletic League (PAL) Bay Division) easily triumphed over the...

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Junior and No. 1 singles player Mila Mulready won her match easily (6-0, 6-1) against Carlmont’s top competition. Last season, she won the Peninsula Athletic League’s individual tournament.

[Photo] Girls’ tennis shows potential for an energized playoff run after close season opener

Elise Spenner, Editor-In-Chief
September 14, 2022

Junior and No. 1 singles player Mila Mulready won her match easily (6-0, 6-1) against Carlmont’s top competition. Last season, she won the Peninsula Athletic League’s individual tournament.

Olivia Johnson picks away grass in order to place new soil for the native plants.

Students establish native plant installation at Burlingame

Daria Burnosova, Senior Reporter
May 17, 2022

On the morning of May 5, Youth Climate Ambassadors Olivia Johnson, Emma Gubbles and Zoe Tsai broke ground on a small garden at the side of the A Building. The garden is a product of the Burlingame sophomores’...

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How people celebrate April Fool’s Day has changed over the years, and now how viral pranks are associated with the custom.

Going back to the origins of April fools

Daria Burnosova, Senior Reporter
March 29, 2022

What is April Fools’ Day? April Fools’ Day is not officially recognized by any countries, yet many people worldwide participate annually in its festivities. According to topagency.com, 64% of Americans...

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Sophomore Gigi Bottarini rushes forward on an offensive possession against Notre Dame High School on March 1st.

Lacrosse girls dominate their league opener

Daria Burnosova, Senior Reporter
March 11, 2022

As the girls’ lacrosse season starts up, the varsity team has formed with a lot of new faces. The girls are learning from each other after playing four preseason games between Feb. 22 and March 3, and...

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BHS’ physical education grading divided by genders in the spring semester of 2022

It’s time to adopt a new physical education assessment system

Daria Burnosova, Senior Reporter
February 13, 2022

Burlingame requires two years of physical education (P.E.) credits, which are typically taken by freshmen and sophomores. The grading is based on the California Physical Fitness Testing (PFT) standards,...

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Kelsey Fjell-Watson

Kelsey Fjell-Watson

Daria Burnosova, Senior Reporter
October 7, 2021

Kelsey Fjell-Walton, a new freshman biology teacher at Burlingame, previously taught at Humboldt State School for two years. Fjell-Walton has been working in the science department as a natural science...

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