The Student News Site of Burlingame High School

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

Evelyn Du

Evelyn Du, Staff Reporter

Evelyn Du is a sophomore at Burlingame High School and a first-year journalism student. She can’t wait to learn more about her community and contribute to the school newspaper. Outside of school, she enjoys playing tennis, hanging with friends, watching movies, and baking with her sister. Throughout the year, she hopes to improve her interpersonal skills while interviewing and is so excited to be apart of journalism.
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English is one of the most tech-heavy classes. While students still rely on physical books to read, most essays, assignments and tests are taken digitally.

Technology in schools: for better or worse?

Evelyn Du, Staff Reporter
March 17, 2024

In an era of constant technological advancement, our society is ever-changing to match the outputs of invention and discovery. Schools are no exception, as a study conducted by the Educational Testing...

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Junior Nicolas Moshkovoy prepares to hit a backhand.

Boys’ tennis earns strong victory over Hillsdale

Evelyn Du, Staff Reporter
March 16, 2024

“We win together, we lose together.” These words are echoed at every boys’ varsity tennis match — not just by head coach Doug Stone but by the entire boys’ tennis team. And the team doesn’t...

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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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San Francisco is home to many Lunar New Year cultural celebrations.

Lunar New Year at Burlingame

Evelyn Du, Staff Reporter
February 8, 2024

San Francisco is home to many Lunar New Year cultural celebrations.

The magnet car station involved a hands-on teaching experience to engage kids.

2C STEM: Empowering youth through curated STEM programs

Evelyn Du, Staff Reporter
January 16, 2024

It is no secret that as our world grows more dependent on technology and artificial intelligence, the relevance of STEM education has grown in tandem, even among the youngest children. In the summer of...

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Sophomore Henry Gardner eagerly opens his present during the journalism class’ yearly Secret Santa exchange.

Secret Santa: from a Mississippi diner to Burlingame’s teams, clubs and classes

Evelyn Du, Staff Reporter
December 22, 2023

The holidays are all about wacky traditions: advent calendars, elf on the shelf, cookie decorating — and, perhaps most widespread, Secret Santa. Every year, classes, teams, families and friend groups...

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Senior slot receiver Kaylee Ng hauls in a pivotal 25-yard catch. The Panthers went on to score a touchdown on the same drive.

Girls’ flag football narrowly misses PAL playoffs after devastating last-second loss

Natalie Gyde and Evelyn Du
October 14, 2023

From the opening whistle on Wednesday, Oct. 12, it was clear that the flag football’s matchup against Capuchino High School would be a nailbiter. The two teams traded the lead throughout the game, and...

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Working in the education department wasn’t Bioski-Simon’s first choice. She started college pursuing physical therapy, later studied biology, and finally, after taking an Education 101 class, Bioski-Simon fell in love with education.

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Working in the education department wasn’t Bioski-Simon’s first choice. She started college pursuing physical therapy, later studied biology, and finally, after taking an Education 101 class, Bioski-Simon...

Senior slot receiver Kaylee Ng weaves her way through Sequoia’s defense. Although Ng sprinted into the endzone, the touchdown was called back based on an illegal flag guarding call.

Girls flag football makes history, secures their first league victory against Sequoia

Natalie Gyde and Evelyn Du
September 23, 2023

Girls' flag football hosted their first home game of the season, and the first in Burlingame’s history, on Wednesday, Sept. 20. Coming off a tough loss to Woodside High School in their first game, the...

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