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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

Iny Li

Iny Li, Staff Reporter

Iny Li is a sophomore at Burlingame High School who is thrilled to explore journalism as a first-year! She plays badminton for the school team and enjoys reading, listening to music, and crocheting. Her deep interest in journaling and creative writing are what has driven her to join journalism. She looks forward to improving her literary skills and meeting new people along the way.

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Cursive, Annie Miller acknowledged, is a social skill more than an academic one.

Cursive makes a comeback: a chore or a critical skill?

Iny Li, Staff Reporter
February 26, 2024

When fifth-grade elementary school teacher Patricia Althaus saw her son Liam struggle to decipher the birthday card her mother had gifted him, stumbling through the loopy letters and skipping over phrases,...

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Sophomore Libbey Kwok finishes her Kumon-assigned work in addition to her school assignments, adding stress to an already tight schedule.

Tutoring centers do more harm than good

Iny Li, Staff Reporter
January 11, 2024

Walk through any city or neighborhood in the Bay Area, and it will be impossible to avoid the growing number of tutoring centers, or the students — from high schoolers to the tiniest first graders — trudging...

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Trumpeters play their hearts out as they follow the conducting of Yamamoto through their set.

Goodbye, field. Hello, stage!

Iny Li, Staff Reporter
December 19, 2023

The music department, led by music and choral director Kyoko Yamamoto, hosted its 100th annual winter concert on the evening of Wednesday, Dec. 6.  The four ensembles — jazz, wind, concert band and...

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“When my children were little, we would come to Barnes and Noble and just sit in the kid’s section and read so many books,” author Abigail Hing Wen said. “There was “Magic Tree House, Magic Schoolbus,” Chinese zodiac books, and so much. I just love it here so much.”

Community celebrates Barnes and Noble opening, regains local bookstore

Iny Li, Staff Reporter
October 20, 2023

It’s not every day the city of Burlingame sees a six-foot caterpillar ambling through Burlingame Avenue, but it’s also not every day that a city gains a new book store, as Burlingame did at the grand...

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Band students stand in their line formations bright and early on the football field as they run through their set for the Little Big Game.

Band readies for Little Big Game, centennial performances

Iny Li, Staff Reporter
October 5, 2023

Less than two months into the school year the band is already hard at work in preparation for the culminating fall event: the annual Little Big Game (LBG), hosted at San Mateo High School this November.  Senior...

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