Thursday , 18 December 2014

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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 ...

Girls Bring Change Club attempts to encourage Burlingame girls

Girls Bring Change Club attempts to encourage Burlingame girls

  Every other Wednesday in Mrs. Murphy’s room, A120, the Girls Bring Change club meets to instill self confidence in girls. President and founder Arly Rivas started the club ...

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Burlingame High School is not your average High School

Burlingame High School is not your average High School

  While Burlingame High School’s sprawling grounds, movie-like student body, and small cliques may say different, the school is not your average one. The many celebrity alumn ...

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Burlingame students participate in Spirit Week

Burlingame students participate in Spirit Week

Spirit Week. It’s a time for the school to band together under comedic costumes, fun activities, and of course… THE LITTLE BIG GAME!!!!! What do pajamas, hawaiian shirts, athletic ...

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Senior Santas Steal the Show

Senior Santas Steal the Show

This past Friday, Burlingame High School had it’s annual Little Big Game rally to pump up it’s varsity football players. Announcers Will Lowden (junior) and Uma Krishna (senior) k ...

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Juniors beat Seniors in the 2014  Powder Puff Game

Juniors beat Seniors in the 2014 Powder Puff Game

The rivalry between the Junior Girls and the Senior Girls was put to the test in a game of flag football. Things started off with a quick warm-up and as the students started pilin ...

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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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Students get in the Halloween Spirit!

Students get in the Halloween Spirit!

  Halloween is a time to dress up, get your scare on, and go trick or treating! Jake Diana (Senior) dresses up as Jake from State Farm and poses while talking on the phone to ...

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Freshmen Participate in Bullying Assembly

Freshmen Participate in Bullying Assembly

On Wednesday October 15th, the freshman participated in bullying awareness activities, while the sophomores and juniors took the PSAT, and the seniors took their panoramic photo. ...

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Relay for Life Kicks Off Paint the Campus Purple Week

Relay for Life Kicks Off Paint the Campus Purple Week

The week of November 3 to November 7 was Paint the Campus Purple Week at BHS sponsored by Relay for Life. As many of you know, Relay for Life is an annual event that teachers and ...

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The Burlingame Choir perform at the  San Mateo Performing Arts Center

The Burlingame Choir perform at the San Mateo Performing Arts Center

On October 9, 2014, the Burlingame concert choir and chorus combined with the San Mateo choirs at the San Mateo Performing Arts Center for the annual Fall Choral Concert. This yea ...

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