Wednesday , 20 May 2015

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  • Mrs. Glick Retires from BHS

    Mrs. Glick Retires from BHS

    Mrs. Glick, Burlingame’s Youth Service Coordinator, has helped immensely with providing job and volunteer opportunities for students over the 18 years she has been working here. Th ...

  • A Recap of Earth Day 2015

    A Recap of Earth Day 2015

      On April 22, 1970 over twenty million Americans gathered in major cities throughout the United States to celebrate the first Earth Day in protest of increasing environmental ...

  • The impact of the California Drought

    The impact of the California Drought

    20,620,654. That is the number of people in the United States experiencing what’s called an exceptional drought, the worst of its kind. California, specifically, is currently exper ...

  • Boys’ Tennis Ends the Season With a Victory

    Boys’ Tennis Ends the Season With a Victory

    Boys’ Tennis Ends the Season With a Victory   For those on the boys’ tennis team, spring break was no athletic break. The team battled through six matches with some tough loss ...

A Recap of Earth Day 2015

A Recap of Earth Day 2015

  On April 22, 1970 over twenty million Americans gathered in major cities throughout the United States to celebrate the first Earth Day in protest of increasing environmenta ...

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Fight of the Century Ends in Disappointment

Fight of the Century Ends in Disappointment

  On May 2nd, in a celebrity filled MGM Grand arena, the “fight of the century” finally happened. After five years of bickering and excuses, Floyd “Money” Mayweather and Mann ...

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Burlingame Police Department Prioritizes Crime

Burlingame Police Department Prioritizes Crime

Many people believe that Burlingame is one of the safest cities in San Mateo county, so when there's a burglary or a gang related incident, people become concerned for their safet ...

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What you missed in the news the last two weeks

What you missed in the news the last two weeks

Last Wednesday, Jerry Brown imposed a mandatory 25% reduction in California total water consumption in response to what is now the worst drought California has ever experienced(Ne ...

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Reflecting on an action- packed, 2015 March Madness tournament

Reflecting on an action- packed, 2015 March Madness tournament

March Madness this year was one of the most exciting in many years. Many teams that were goliaths during the regular season were knocked over like bowling pins. Other teams had mi ...

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Read the News Updates for March 14th

Read the News Updates for March 14th

NASA said its Hubble Telescope has found a salty ocean below the largest moon of Jupiter, Ganymede, on Friday(Scientific American). The NCAA announced the top seeds for the colleg ...

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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 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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