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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

The Mock Trial team gathers at the San Mateo County Courthouse in Redwood City for its official competitions.

Despite loss to Menlo, Mock Trial ends season with a positive outlook

Ana Lunaparra, Staff Reporter
March 16, 2023

The mock trial team ended its season in a competition against Menlo School on Thursday, Feb. 9, after three weeks of official county-wide competitions and months of intense preparation.  This year’s...

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Cascade Climate Action club cleans up trash at Coyote Point on Oct. 23.

Cascade club offers small steps — with a big impact — to combat climate action

Lizzy Wan, Diversity Coordinator
February 21, 2023

Although 7 months old, the Cascade Climate Action club has already picked up nearly 100 pounds of trash in three cleanups at Coyote Point, Marina Lagoon and BHS.  The club was started by juniors Stella...

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The Mock Trial team gathers at the San Mateo County Courthouse in Redwood City for their first official competition of the season.

Mock Trial enters competition season with strong and confident start

Ana Lunaparra, Staff Reporter
January 31, 2023

After months of preparation, the Mock Trial team competed in its first official competition on Thursday, Jan. 26, held in-person at the San Mateo County Courthouse in Redwood City for the first time in...

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Crocheting, knitting and other crafts can offer a wide range of benefits. It serves as an outlet for creativity, and a method of relaxing from a period of work or tension.

The Sit n’ Stitch club, an artisanal haven

Sophia Puzon, Senior Reporter
January 13, 2023

The Sit n’ Stitch club is a refuge for students with a knack for crafts and needlework. Led by co-founders junior Stella Wettan and sophomore Tova Ruben, the club serves as a space where students can...

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Sophomore Mattea Park prepares spicy candy to sell at one of the clubs fundraisers.

Project ECHO club raises over $1000 to fund business competition

Daria Burnosova, Senior Reporter
January 10, 2023

The Burlingame chapter of Project ECHO, short for Entrepreneurial Concepts Hands On, was founded by Carine Suherman in the fall of 2021. The club, a small group of just 10 students, intends to teach entrepreneurial...

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Model U.N. club members attended a meeting in history teacher Jim Chin’s room following the Stanford conference. Students debriefed on their performances and discussed the possibility of attending future conferences in Berkeley and San Francisco.

Model U.N. reflects on Stanford conference and prepares for upcoming activities

Ana Lunaparra, Staff Reporter
December 22, 2022

When members of the Model U.N. club entered their first committee room at Stanford University on Nov. 11, they met 20 to 30 students from around the country to debate global policies, events and international...

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Club president Pierce Schuman poses for a photo in the Burlingame cafeteria on October 19, 2022.

Common Cents club president Pierce Schuman on his motivations, future plans for his club

Will Kriner, Senior Reporter
December 7, 2022

Investing – it’s something that’s becoming increasingly popular in recent years, especially among young adults. In fact, about $500 billion has been invested worldwide over the last 5 months. At...

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Members from last year’s Red Cross club ran a fundraising stand on Burlingame Avenue.

The Red Cross club is back and better than ever

Athena Bostonmaer, Staff Reporter
November 20, 2022

This year, the Red Cross club, led by Erika Jiang, plans to run regular fundraising events to support the American Red Cross’s various emergency relief efforts. Most recently, the club hosted a fundraiser...

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GSA members Violet Hansma, Ayden West and Sawyer Fair celebrated National Coming Out Day on the stage in the main quad with other club participants. Many members of the community wore rainbow ribbons and pride flags to support and celebrate the school’s LGBTQ presence.

GSA Club brings National Coming Out Day to Burlingame

Sophia Puzon, Senior Reporter
October 18, 2022

On Tuesday, Oct. 11, the Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA) club hosted a campaign table at lunch to mark and celebrate the nationally-recognized Coming Out Day on campus. The club’s cabinet members...

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Mock Trial club auditions took place on Tuesday, Sept. 27 in Jim Chin’s classroom. Club officers senior Eva Chen and senior Erika Jiang attentively watched and took notes on each student audition as they began to assemble this years roster.

Mock Trial club prepares courtroom team for upcoming season

Danny Conway, Staff Reporter
October 10, 2022

A piping-hot pot of green tea greeted Mock Trial club members as they walked into advisor Jim Chin’s classroom for auditions on Tuesday, Sept. 27. While only a few of the auditioners indulged in the...

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A pride flag hangs up in Ms. Murphys classroom. She, along with other BHS teachers has hung up pride flags to show their support for the LGBTQ+ community and to encourage a safe space where students can feel comfortable about their identity.

Gender and Sexuality Alliance welcomes all

Sophia Puzon, Senior Reporter
October 7, 2022

The Gender and Sexuality Alliance (GSA) club serves as a safe space for LGBTQ+ and allied students to speak about issues that impact LGBTQ+ youth in their schools and communities. At Burlingame, the GSA...

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Maybe about editor-in-chief Audrey Limb’s hopes and goals for the club as well as potential stuff about the next issue.

New year, new leadership: Catcher Zine paints a future of inclusivity

Sophia Puzon, Senior Reporter
September 26, 2022

Since its founding in 2020, the Catcher Zine club has served as an outlet for students to showcase their passion for art and literature. Senior Audrey Limb, the club’s new editor-in-chief, hopes to support...

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