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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

Margo Bigue

Margo Bigue, Staff Reporter

Margo Bigue is a junior at Burlingame High School and is a first-year student in journalism. Outside of school, Bigue enjoys playing tennis, listening to music, hiking, and hanging out with her friends. She deeply values her Burlingame community and loves to participate in school events as well.
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What makes Bay University special: Three students reflect on their experience

What makes Bay University special: Three students reflect on their experience

Margo Bigue, Staff Reporter
May 21, 2024

Bay University, located at Burlingame High School and Capuchino High School, has seven classes for 18-22-year-old students. These students learn the necessary skills to succeed after Bay University, such...

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On Sunday March 3, Iron Panthers collaborated to fix their robot which broke right before quarterfinals.

Triumph and team unity: Iron Panthers shine at Silicon Valley Regional Robotics Competition

Margo Bigue, Staff Reporter
March 12, 2024

The Iron Panthers took fourth place at the Silicon Valley Regional Robotics Competition in San Jose from Feb. 29 to March 3 — the Panther's opening competition of the season. The Iron Panthers sailed...

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Hewett emphasized the importance of educating athletes so they aren’t reliant on her and can navigate injuries when they come.

Meet Sarah Hewett: New athletic trainer brings NBA, Tesla experience to role

Margo Bigue, Staff Reporter
February 22, 2024

Burlingame's new athletic trainer, Sarah Hewett, has quite the resume. Not only has she worked at various high schools, Hewett brings experience treating factory workers full-time at Tesla and caring for...

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Owner Veronica Morales and the newest member of the Eleven and Luxe team, Destiny Goodman, work together to make women feel confident through self-expression.

Elevating self-expression: Eleven and Luxe joins Burlingame Avenue

Margo Bigue, Staff Reporter
February 14, 2024

Burlingame Avenue, known for its trendy atmosphere and beloved local businesses, has recently welcomed a new addition — Eleven and Luxe. This stylish piercing and tattoo studio, a small, family-owned...

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Sophomore Nikita Mardakhaev doesn’t feel passionate about the books offered in his English class, he said.

Turning the page: Exploring the decline of reading among high schoolers

Margo Bigue, Staff Reporter
February 13, 2024

For today's generation, sitting down to read a novel can seem like a big task. When easier and more accessible (albeit unhealthier) routes to escapism exist on our cell phones and televisions, reading...

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Renne Pi, a first-year member of the FTC team, adds the final adjustments to the robot they built for the recent competition held on December 2nd.

Iron Panthers forge a bridge towards victory

Margo Bigue, Staff Reporter
December 7, 2023

The Iron Panthers aren’t just robot drivers. Behind the clinks of metal and the whir of gears, a tight-knit collective of skilled students designs, builds, codes — and, of course — drives competition...

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The administration team embodied the image of power, representative of their collaborative effort to lead the school, wearing bright red superwoman T-shirts and headpieces to resemble Superwoman.

Students, teachers make trends their own on Halloween

Margo Bigue, Staff Reporter
November 5, 2023

Halloween has long been a showcase for ghost costumes, witch hats and vampire teeth. This year, though, costumes looked a little different at Burlingame,  as students and staff found costume inspiration...

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On Oct. 15 at the Half Moon Bay Pumpkin Festival, attendees browsed through lines of street vendors supporting local businesses. Many wore orange to celebrate the Halloween spirit.

Pumpkin magic on main street

Margo Bigue, Staff Reporter
October 18, 2023

At 9 a.m. on Sunday, Oct. 15, food and art vendors, live musicians and families dressed in Halloween costumes filled Half Moon Bay’s Main Street to celebrate the annual Half Moon Bay Pumpkin & Art...

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Students engaged with resources and activities provided by the wellness and counseling departments during the Suicide Prevention Month activity at lunch on Oct. 4.

Counselors spearhead recognition of Suicide Prevention Month

Margo Bigue, Staff Reporter
October 8, 2023

Burlingame made an increased effort to raise awareness around Suicide Prevention Month this year, marking the first school-wide initiative since returning from the pandemic, and the first time the wellness...

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