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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

Ellie Neuman

Ellie Neuman, Staff Reporter

Ellie Neuman is a Senior at Burlingame High School, and a first-year journalism student. With a lifelong passion for animals, she has always strived towards becoming a veterinarian, and worked at a vets' office last summer. When not at school, she could be found playing lacrosse, doing road races/triathlons, running cross country, eating dark chocolate, raving about summer weather, and going on fun adventures with friends.

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Restaurant owner Malik Zughayar stands inside his Cafe in the middle of a busy work day.

Caffe Stellato

Ellie Neuman, Staff Reporter
May 22, 2023

Caffe Stellato isn't just an Italian gelato parlor, a candy store, a sandwich shop or a coffee spot — it's all of that, and more. But none of that happens without the man behind the multi-faceted new...

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In this article, the B profiled two of those restaurants and their owners: Mediterranean Kebab and Caffe Stellato.

Small businesses on Burlingame Avenue are here to stay

Ellie Neuman and Ana Lunaparra
May 22, 2023

Burlingame Avenue is infamous for being home to trendy storefronts, popular chains and luxury brands. However, there is a small but substantial number of small, independent restaurants that have withstood...

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Students agree that the main draw to festival culture is not the headliners, but rather the atmosphere, good vibes, and overall festival experience.

Frank Ocean’s Coachella incident is not representative of festival season

Ellie Neuman, Staff Reporter
May 18, 2023

As summer rolls around the corner, the warm weather and carefree spirit draws tons of teens to outdoor concerts and lively music festivals, which range from small local gatherings, to large, multi-day...

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I reviewed four amazing recipes I found online and gave them individual scores based on how good they tasted.

Healthy desserts are all over the internet — I taste-tested four viral treats

Ellie Neuman, Staff Reporter
May 2, 2023

All over the internet are billions of recipes for healthy, alternate desserts that are meant to satisfy one’s sweet tooth without consuming too many ingredients that could make them feel bloated or nauseated,...

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Junior Lauren Gonzalez runs through the streets of Burlingame.

Students chase goals with long-distance runs

Ellie Neuman, Staff Reporter
April 22, 2023

Given that a recorded 15% of the U.S. population participate in some form of running or jogging regularly (according to statista), running is objectively one of the most popular sports in the country....

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Students without a 5th, 6th or 7th period are expected to receive stickers for their ID cards from the counseling office, indicating that they are permitted to leave.

ID policies aim to crack down on class cutting, students skeptical

Ellie Neuman, Staff Reporter
January 24, 2023

When students returned to classes after winter break on Wednesday, Jan. 4, the administration sent a school-wide email announcing a new sticker policy for leaving campus. Students without a 5th, 6th or...

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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

Los Angeles or Burlingame Avenue? The beloved landmark downtown no longer feels familiar to returning visitors, as it has become overrun by bougie cafes, beauty salons, and trendy clothing– imitating...

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The girl’s varsity water polo team celebrates in the water as the game ends and the Panthers claim their momentous victory against Menlo-Atherton.

Girls’ varsity water polo claims second straight league championship

Ellie Neuman, Staff Reporter
October 20, 2022

On Tuesday night, girls’ varsity water polo claimed the Peninsula Athletic League Bay Division championship for the second year in a row after emerging victorious in a close match against Menlo-Atherton...

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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

Amanda Nolan and Ellie Neuman
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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