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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

Kristie Kim

Kristie Kim, Social Coordinator

Kristie is a third year journalism student in journalism looking forward to her senior year at Burlingame! This upcoming year, she is super excited to be the first ever social coordinator for the class. Outside of school she loves spending time with friends and family, watching movies and swimming.

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On August 20, a line of customers wait to order at Palmetto Superfoods for their acai bowls and smoothies.

Review: Palmetto Superfoods

September 2, 2022

It’s official: Burlingame Avenue is getting its first taste of the acai bowl trend. On July 30, Palmetto Superfoods opened its doors just a short walk away from the Burlingame campus, offering a modern...

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Senior Esther Kim prepares to score one of the 24 goals Burlingame tallied in their friendly match against Aragon High School on Aug. 25.

[Photo] Girls’ Water Polo

August 29, 2022

Senior Esther Kim prepares to score one of the 24 goals Burlingame tallied in their friendly match against Aragon High School on Aug. 25.

The girls’ varsity team huddled after their game in the outfield and chatted with coaches.

Varsity girls’ softball suffers loss against rival San Mateo

April 25, 2022

Burlingame’s girls’ varsity softball team (4-9-1, 0-5 Peninsula Athletic League (PAL) Bay Division) lost their recent games on April 7 against Capuchino High School, 0-5, and St. Ignatius College Preparatory...

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The softball team scrimmages against Capuchino on Feb. 18, with the purpose of assessing the players’ strengths and weaknesses.

Softball season begins

March 9, 2022

Burlingame’s softball team kicked off the season with enthusiasm in early February. As of March 1, the team has played two non-league games, winning first against Mercy High School (7-5) and second against...

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Students participate in the cup-stacking challenge, one of many carnival games offered at the HOCO Dance and Festival.

[Photo] Homecoming: a week of Panther pride

November 14, 2021

Students participate in the cup-stacking challenge, one of many carnival games offered at the HOCO Dance and Festival.

Freshman Arda Inegol participates in a singles match that he won 6-3, 6-4 
against Hillsdale High School.

Boys varsity tennis season starts up for the first time since the start of the pandemic

May 2, 2021

As of April 13, Burlingame’s boys varsity tennis season officially began, and two days later, the Panthers had their first game against San Mateo High School. On April 27, the Panthers celebrated their...

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Improvement of the current COVID-19 situation permits school reopening, allowing seniors to be able to experience their last couple of months of high school on campus.

Seniors question a return to in-person learning to finish high school careers

March 26, 2021

Many students dream of their senior year in high school, full of fun activities and bonding with their peers. But this past year, seniors will likely miss out on many opportunities and quintessential senior...

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 In terms of the way things are currently run in the library, Otero states, “It’s changed in the work that I do, mostly by having to… come up with creative ways to still provide the resources that [students] need.”

Brittney Otero preserves the deserted school library during pandemic

March 25, 2021

Amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, Brittney Otero is still playing an active role on Burlingame’s staff as the library media technician for the school library. Otero is passionate about books and connecting...

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Swimming, one of the many extracurricular activities taking place at Burlingame, has begun with safety precautions.

Extracurricular activities proceed during the pandemic

March 1, 2021

Burlingame students were recently granted permission to participate in select sports on campus, while other extracurricular activities proceed on Zoom. As of the beginning of February, sports sign-ups...

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Different podcast shows have students and teachers intrigued, engaged and laughing.

Burlingame’s students and teachers are listening to podcasts

January 29, 2021

Students and teachers at Burlingame have been listening to podcasts as a way to tune into their interests while doing daily activities. Podcasts are run in different styles depending on the type of show:...

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Learning online and different activity levels affect students’ sleep and motivation.

Quarantine changes sleep and motivation in students

November 20, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic and quarantine have decreased the demands of extracurricular activities, causing students to change aspects of their sleep schedules. Not only are students at home for almost the...

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The Daily Bulletin is updated everyday with new information regarding volunteer opportunities, jobs, and general information for students.

Advice from a career counselor and students working during a pandemic

October 22, 2020

Distanced learning has made communication between students and staff more difficult as student support is not as accessible, but the Burlingame High School College and Career Center has continued to help...

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A whole shelf dedicated to pumpkin and fall themed foods is located at the back of the Trader Joe’s store on S. Grant St. in San Mateo.

Trader Joe’s fall food review

October 15, 2020

Autumn is coming our way as the summer air cools that means, Trader Joe’s is now stocked with their annual fall foods! From cookies to curry there is a variety of pumpkin and fall themed items in stores...

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