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The Burlingame B

The Student News Site of Burlingame High School

The Burlingame B

Natalie Gyde

Natalie Gyde, Social Coordinator

Natalie Gyde is a junior at Burlingame High school and is a second year Journalism student as well as the Social Coordinator! This year, she is looking forward to taking on the sense of a leadership role and forming the best atmosphere within the class. Outside of school, she dedicates her time to sports, family and friends.

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Dating in high school: Is it worth the risk?

Dating in high school: Is it worth the risk?

Natalie Gyde, Social Coordinator
April 12, 2024

“It’s love with an expiration date,” senior Olivia Johnson said.  It’s no secret that everyone wants to be the “It Couple.” To go on dates, to have a valentine, post one's significant other...

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Students gather at Starbucks after school to enjoy popular caffeinated beverages like the Strawberry Acai and Pink Drink Refreshers.

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Students gather at Starbucks after school to enjoy popular caffeinated beverages like the Strawberry Acai and Pink Drink Refreshers.

Popular skin care items Bubble, Glow Recipe, Supergoop, and Drunk Elephant are incorporated in skincare routines daily.

Has skincare become a trend?

Natalie Gyde, Social Coordinator
December 2, 2023

These days, it’s impossible not to notice the ubiquity of skincare products from popular brands such as Glow Recipe, Drunk Elephant and Super Goop — on your friend’s dressing table or bedside drawer,...

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Popular singer and songwriter SZA sits on top of a ledge during her last song “Good Days” at the Chase Center.

Stage effects make live SZA performance unforgettable

Natalie Gyde, Social Coordinator
November 12, 2023

On Thursday Oct. 26, popular singer and songwriter, Solana Imani Rowe, otherwise known as SZA, held her San Francisco concert at the Chase Center as part of her S.O.S. tour. I bought my tickets back in...

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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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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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Odesza was the last band to perform on Sunday, Aug. 13, the final day of Outside Lands.

Students flock to Outside Lands festival for once-in-a-lifetime experience

Natalie Gyde, Social Coordinator
August 29, 2023

Outside Lands, a diverse music festival held for three days each August in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park, is objectively one of the major Bay Area events of the year. This summer, it attracted over...

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Students sit quietly in Mrs. Bosinoff’s Spanish 1 class on April 6.

We need more options in the language department

Natalie Gyde, Social Coordinator
May 15, 2023

According to Newsdle, as of 2022, 91% of U.S. high schools offer a foreign language course with 75% of language students being enrolled in Spanish, followed by a significant drop of only 15% being enrolled...

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Some clubs on campus have lost their true dedication and purpose due to the competitive college admissions process.

College admissions complicate club culture

Natalie Gyde, Social Coordinator
April 23, 2023

In a school with over 80 clubs — ranging from crocheting to dentistry — it’s clear that Burlingame students have a diverse array of passions. Despite that, some clubs on campus have lost their true...

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Bay University Director Jenna Smith holds her dog Ellie, as a new Bay University student pets her.

Bay University and their four-legged friends

Natalie Gyde, Social Coordinator
December 16, 2022

Hang out in the F-Building for a while, and chances are you might hear faint barking. Turn around, and you’ll find three therapy dogs waddling into the Bay University (BU) classroom: Ellie, the Australian...

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Our reporters set out to discover which winter-themed foods from Starbucks and Trader Joe’s live up to their reputation.

Winter taste test: Reviewing popular holiday treats

Winter isn’t just about cold mornings, holiday cheer and festive decoration — it also gives us a reason to enjoy delicious, seasonal foods. With Thanksgiving snacks and family-dinner-themed pastries...

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Through the month of October, the nation honors the decades-long fight for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer rights.

LGBTQ History Month: Stories of gender diversity on campus

Natalie Gyde, Social Coordinator
November 1, 2022

October is a busy month, full of excitement about fall, anxiety about college applications and festive spirit for Halloween. However, high school students often overlook an important event during October:...

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Senior Sawyer Fair is president of the Gay-Straight Alliance club and ensures that her club stays actively involved with students’ lives, along with herself.

[Photo] Sawyer Fair

November 1, 2022

Senior Sawyer Fair is president of the Gay-Straight Alliance club and ensures that her club stays actively involved with students’ lives, along with herself.

Kelsey Fjell-Walton grew up in Wyoming, where the ideas of being queer was not celebrated but always knew who she was despite these struggles and influences this into her students’ lives everyday.

[Photo] Kelsey Fjell-Walton

November 1, 2022

Kelsey Fjell-Walton grew up in Wyoming, where the ideas of being queer was not celebrated but always knew who she was despite these struggles and influences this into her students’ lives everyday.

Senior Ayden West has faced struggles figuring out who she is growing up in a conservative area but has faced so much positivity ever since living in California and is an active member of the GSA club.

[Photo] Ayden West

November 1, 2022

Senior Ayden West has faced struggles figuring out who she is growing up in a conservative area but has faced so much positivity ever since living in California and is an active member of the GSA club.

Principal Jen Fong stands outside her new office, proud of the inclusivity that had been displayed within the past few months.

[Photo] Jennifer Fong

November 1, 2022

Principal Jen Fong stands outside her new office, proud of the inclusivity that had been displayed within the past few months.

A pumpkin-filled review of popular fall foods

A pumpkin-filled review of popular fall foods

Another seasonal food release, another review. For the past two years, reporters from the B have tried fall or winter-themed Trader Joe’s food items to embrace the spirit of the season. This year,...

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Bay University students dance in costumes outside the C-Building on Oct. 21.

In Halloween dance, Bay University and Burlingame students celebrate together

Natalie Gyde, Social Coordinator
October 26, 2022

Bay University hosted its first of four annual dances behind the library on Friday, Oct. 21. Students and alumni attended the Halloween-themed celebration dressed in costumes and ready to party.  Shannon...

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Chemistry teacher Micheal Wu brings new perspective to Burlingame

Michael Wu

Natalie Gyde, Social Coordinator
September 30, 2022

Chemistry teacher Micheal Wu brings new perspective to Burlingame

Burlingame’s Bay University class in session on Thursday, Sept. 22.

Bay University guides adult students to success

Natalie Gyde, Social Coordinator
September 26, 2022

Many Burlingame students walk into the F-Building every day. Most likely, they head up the stairs for an architecture, engineering or nutrition class, overlooking the three classrooms on the downstairs...

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