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  • BHS Students React to the Grammy Awards

    BHS Students React to the Grammy Awards

    The 57th Annual Grammy Awards held early February made up much of the buzz in social media and kept music fans eagerly anticipating this year’s winners. Sam Smith took home the mos ...

  • Remembering Candlestick Park

    Remembering Candlestick Park

      The demolition of Candlestick Park began in early February and is expected to take about two months to complete. The stadium will be replaced with a shopping and entertainme ...

  • Read all about the news for the week of February 16th.

    Read all about the news for the week of February 1...

    A man opened fire with an automatic rifle and killed 2 and injured 3 at a Free Speech convention in Copenhagen. Allegedly, the same man injured 2 and killed 1 guards outside a syna ...

  • Students cook up something inspirational in Foods and Nutrition Class

    Students cook up something inspirational in Foods ...

    Good smells and delicious foods are just a few of the many different contributions that the Food and Nutrition class, taught by Shannon Couch, has brought to Burlingame High School ...

BHS Students React to the Grammy Awards

BHS Students React to the Grammy Awards

The 57th Annual Grammy Awards held early February made up much of the buzz in social media and kept music fans eagerly anticipating this year’s winners. Sam Smith took home the mo ...

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Remembering Candlestick Park

Remembering Candlestick Park

  The demolition of Candlestick Park began in early February and is expected to take about two months to complete. The stadium will be replaced with a shopping and entertainm ...

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Lion’s Club Speakers Competition

Lion’s Club Speakers Competition

Last Thursday, High School students from all around Burlingame, from Mercy High, to Mills, to of course, our Panthers, gathered to compete in the Lion’s Club Student Speakers Cont ...

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The Right to offend and be Offended

The Right to offend and be Offended

Cartoonists, comedians, and journalists are no strangers to mocking political, social and religious leaders. Cartoonists are especially known for their witty and sharp sense of hu ...

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Valentine’s Day Recipes everyone needs to try

Valentine’s Day Recipes everyone needs to try

Mocktail level: easy This is perfect after a long, hard day of APs. 3 ounces Sierra Mist Natural 3 ounces Cranberry Juice Juice from 1 cutie/clementine orange 1 ounce lime juice C ...

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Boy to Girl Ratio in Classes

Boy to Girl Ratio in Classes

This past year, Verizon released a commercial about the comments that society says at times to girls when they are young. At the end of the ad, the statistic 66 percent of 4th gra ...

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Ferguson and Civil “Disobedience”

Ferguson and Civil “Disobedience”

“America’s political handling of racial injustice within the boundaries of the nations police force; also known as the headline joke of the international community” said senior Jo ...

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Burlingame University Helps Special Needs Youth

Burlingame University Helps Special Needs Youth

Most students at Burlingame High School follow a standard path of graduating high school, attending college, and applying for jobs. But what about the students who cannot do so be ...

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Rape culture hurts both men and women

Rape culture hurts both men and women

In today’s society “hoe,” “slut,” and “b****”  are words that many teenage girls use. The colloquial usage of these words is phenomena that this generation has created. But the la ...

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A thought on women’s Equality

A thought on women’s Equality

Rape is all too commonly seen as the victim’s fault. “She asked for it.” “She shouldn’t have worn those shorts, or that dress.” “She was flirting with me.” “I bought her dinner, s ...

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