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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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BHS student Derek Daniels creates The Burlingame Panther Sports Network

BHS student Derek Daniels creates The Burlingame Panther Sports Network

There is a new sound at Burlingame High School; led by senior Derek Daniels, The Burlingame Panther Sports Network broadcasts Burlingame sports events online for the public to lis ...

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Mitchell Gaiser receives recognition for academic and athletic success

Mitchell Gaiser receives recognition for academic and athletic success

Obstacles, effort and success: three words that brilliantly illustrate senior Mitchell Gaiser’s life. It is almost time to begin the 86th Little Big Game and Gaiser is prepared to ...

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Being single on Valentine’s Day is not as hard as it seems

Being single on Valentine’s Day is not as hard as it seems

What’s worse than being single on Valentine’s Day? Being single without a big ice cream cake by your side. This Valentine’s Day, don’t mope around waiting for that special someone ...

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QuizUp, popular new app played on Smart phones, engages students’ attention

QuizUp, popular new app played on Smart phones, engages students’ attention

We all have  classes in which students use their phones.If you look around, most of these people will be playing a new app called QuizUp. QuizUp has been the most played game on t ...

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BHS student entrepreneurs developing Apprenti Website

BHS student entrepreneurs developing Apprenti Website

Last spring, I, along with many other high schoolers from the San Mateo Union High School District,  attended a Junior Achievement workshop at a company called SAP Success Factors ...

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Students fought zombies and stacked tiles during Code Week held at BHS

Students fought zombies and stacked tiles during Code Week held at BHS

Math and AP computer science teacher, Christina Wade organized and conducted Code Week in room D107 the week of Dec. 10. Wade signed Burlingame High School up for Code Week becaus ...

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Students visit “Gentry Magazine” to learn how magazine grew from an idea to a reality

Students visit “Gentry Magazine” to learn how magazine grew from an idea to a reality

Fifteen students took a field trip to Atherton Thursday, Oct. 24 to visit Gentry Magazine. Most of the students who went on the trip are in the yearbook class here at Burlingame H ...

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Facing History class sees screening of “Matt Shepard Is a Friend of Mine”

Facing History class sees screening of “Matt Shepard Is a Friend of Mine”

Facing History teacher Michelle Riley took students from Burlingame High School to see a screening of “Matt Shepard Is a Friend of Mine” Tuesday, Nov. 12 at the Kabuki Theatre in ...

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Penny boards make their appearance on BHS campus

Penny boards make their appearance on BHS campus

Move over, Converse and UGG boots. There is a new accessory in town, and it has found its way to Burlingame High School. What is this new trend? Penny skateboards. First created i ...

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