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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

Ruby Rosenquist

Ruby Rosenquist, Staff Reporter

Ruby Rosenquist is a junior at BHS and a first-year Journalism student. She is excited to use her creativity to produce a newspaper full of relevant content. In her free-time, she enjoys reading, writing, spending time with her friends, and attending ballet classes in San Francisco.

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All 11 supporting characters huddle on stage in a clump as Cindy Skelton and her crew analyze how to improve the scene.

Spring musical preview: preparing for ‘Disaster!’

Ruby Rosenquist, Staff Reporter
February 23, 2023

Earthquakes, tsunamis, infernos and memorable music from the ‘70s will feature prominently in Burlingame’s production of the Broadway musical “Disaster!,” which opens Friday, Mar. 10. Featuring...

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The trophy, a miniature version of a gilded gramophone, acts as a memento for winners of this prestigious title and launches them into an exclusive stratosphere with the likes of Stevie Wonder, Rihanna and Amy Winehouse.

Grammys preview: Which artists will snag the top prizes?

Ruby Rosenquist, Staff Reporter
February 4, 2023

The 65th annual Grammy Awards, broadcasting live from Los Angeles on Feb. 5, released a list of nominees for this year’s ceremony in November. The ballot for Album of the Year is stacked with star-studded...

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Juniors Caitlin Kall and Taryn Hallum, as well as sophomore Charlotte Chan, talk about their favorite winter fashion trends.

It’s the most comfortable time of the year

Ruby Rosenquist, Staff Reporter
January 17, 2023

As the second semester begins, students are layering up to protect themselves from the chilly winter weather. But no two years are the same in the fashion world – are festive sweaters back in? I spoke...

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Me last summer attending an intensive ballet program at Pacific Northwest Ballet School.

Christmas spent on stage: what it takes to be Clara

Ruby Rosenquist, Staff Reporter
December 12, 2022

This holiday season, a dream of mine came true: I am performing as Clara in the San Francisco Ballet’s “Nutcracker.” While I’m excited to watch the paper snowflakes fall from the rafters, the most...

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During the winter season, when the likelihood of rain is high, Chan opts for comfortable jackets and adds accessories to enhance her personality.

[Photo] Charlotte Chan

December 12, 2022

During the winter season, when the likelihood of rain is high, Chan opts for comfortable jackets and adds accessories to enhance her personality.

While gravitating towards neutral colors, Hallum has found a rhythm of wearing a basic top and selecting matching shoes.

[Photo] Taryn Hallum

December 12, 2022

While gravitating towards neutral colors, Hallum has found a rhythm of wearing a basic top and selecting matching shoes.

Kall’s outfits prove that she values comfort but would never shy away from unconventional pieces of clothing.

[Photo] Caitlin Kall

December 12, 2022

Kall’s outfits prove that she values comfort but would never shy away from unconventional pieces of clothing.

Instagram, BeReal and TikTok originally attracted users because of very distinct functions. However, they have slowly grown more and more similar.

Warring social media platforms: the battle to be better

Ruby Rosenquist, Staff Reporter
November 15, 2022

Instagram has Reels inspired by TikTok. TikTok has Nows inspired by BeReal. What’s next? Will BeReal have stories inspired by Snapchat? Social media platforms are constantly changing to appeal to...

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Mrs. Plinge, played by senior Kalla Kamenov (Left), and Nanny Ogg, played by senior Ayden West (Right), smile jovially as they hold their “Maskerade” scripts during one of the first rehearsals.

Theater program thrills in “Maskerade”

Ruby Rosenquist, Staff Reporter
November 7, 2022

On Thursday, Oct. 27, the opening night of “Maskerade,” Cindy Skelton and her drama students kicked off the spooky season with a bang. Students and their families gathered in the auditorium, gripping...

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Cast member Lucas Keeley, as Mr. Salzella, rehearses a scene with Clo Papandongas, who plays Agnes Nitt, during a rehearsal for “Maskerade.”

Let’s get the show on the road: all about the fall play

Ruby Rosenquist, Staff Reporter
October 9, 2022

After weeks of preparation, Burlingame’s theater department is less than a month away from its opening performance of “Maskerade.”  But first, let’s set the stage: based on the fantasy novel...

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