Monday , 18 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 ...

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. T ...

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Boys gold enters the final stretch of the season

Boys gold enters the final stretch of the season

Coming off of a strong 2014 season, the boys golf team is trying to keep up the momentum as they enter the final stretch of their spring season. Led by first-year coach Olivier Gi ...

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BHS cafeteria food is “OK,” but is in desperate need of change

BHS cafeteria food is “OK,” but is in desperate need of change

As most students walk into the cafeteria, they are greeted by a Jamba Juice machine, a posse of hamburgers, hot dogs, and fried chicken all covered in an enticing aluminum wrapper ...

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Read about summer outfit ideas

Read about summer outfit ideas

Summer is just around the corner! Sun breaking through the clouds. Warming your face as you look up. Get your sunglasses, beach chairs, sunscreen, and flip flops out. It’s time to ...

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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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Girls swimming laps the competition

Girls swimming laps the competition

This spring, the Burlingame High School girls’ swim team started the season strong, winning their first two meets. Co-captains senior Stephanie Saisi and junior Sarah Shaffer plan ...

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Burlingame University takes home first at the special olympics

Burlingame University takes home first at the special olympics

Burlingame University recently took first place at the basketball special olympics. The Special olympics feature only one sport, basketball, and different schools come to compete. ...

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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 expe ...

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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 los ...

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Update on the Iron Panthers!

Update on the Iron Panthers!

The Burlingame High School Robotics Team won third place in the 2015 Silicon Valley Regional at San Jose. In a competition with a total 57 teams, the BHS Iron Panthers’ robot was ...

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