Thursday , 18 December 2014

Category: Beyond Burlingame

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  • Morgan Ome’s Letter To the Editor

    Morgan Ome’s Letter To the Editor

      To whom it may concern,   My name is Morgan Ome and I am writing to address the article in the Little Big Game issue regarding the band. I appreciated the fact that the ...

  • 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 bec ...

  • 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 lan ...

  • 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, so ...

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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Should 9/11 be a holiday?

Should 9/11 be a holiday?

  Throughout the world, September 11th, 2001 is a day that is associated with a somber realization of the destruction war brings to humanity. With a toll of 2,996 lives, many ...

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Song Recommendation of the Week.

Song Recommendation of the Week.

This school year I’m going to start with a song with a positive message. This song by Colbie sends a message saying that you don't need to wear makeup to impress others, waste mon ...

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Pennsylvania school stabbing: don’t think it can’t happen

Pennsylvania school stabbing: don’t think it can’t happen

  Although it may no longer be a new story, the stabbing at a Pennsylvania high school April 9 left the citizens terrorized -- especially teenagers all across the country. When 16 ...

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Serra advances to CCS Semis with win over Leigh

Serra advances to CCS Semis with win over Leigh

Many thought that this season would be one in which the Serra Padres struggle due to the absence of several players from the previous season. However, the Padres continued to sile ...

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Girls Who Code promotes gender equality in the field of computer science

Girls Who Code promotes gender equality in the field of computer science

“Everybody in this country should learn how to program a computer… because it teaches you how to think,” Steve Jobs, former CEO of Apple, once said. Computer science is the fastes ...

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49ers advance to third consecutive championship

49ers advance to third consecutive championship

In the past few weeks, Burlingame High School has been home to hundreds of San Francisco 49ers fans. From jerseys to pajamas to hats, students have shown their support for their l ...

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Rand Paul: plagiarism or honest mistake?

Rand Paul: plagiarism or honest mistake?

It’s kind of sad that I wasn’t surprised at all that someone involved in government lied to everyone; it’s becoming a pretty regular thing (NSA *cough cough*). For those of you wh ...

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