Galileo Press

BOYS BASKETBALL GET ELUSIVE FIRST WIN

By Dollar Dacasin, Staff Writer After 3 disappointing losses to open the regular season, the boys Galileo Varsity basketball team brought home their first win of the season in a hard fought game at...

Winter Assembly

By Susan Wu The Winter Assembly is to celebrate the end of the semester and show that the year is done. It is also a checkpoint that marks student progress over the school year....

Preseason Basketball: Boys Beat Westmoor

By Alexandra Stremlow The Galileo’s boys basketball team came home with a tough win against Westmoor High School, 49-45 on Monday, December 16th.  The game was close the entire way with Galileo leading by...

Art Mosaics

By Kristen Zee Mosaics out of magazine scraps is the final project for Mr. Mark Huynh, the art teacher. They are not done yet but try and guess what characters from cartoons the final...

G-HOUSE Fixings

By Wilson Sierra, Staff Writer While Galileo has one of the best locations to take in some of San Francisco’s finest views, inside the building itself, some of the views are not so nice....

Holiday Spirit at Galileo

By Suzannah Christian, Staff Writer Celebrating the holiday spirt around the classes and halls of galileos Finals week at Galileo has students sitting around the halls with their heads in books and notes, doing...

JROTC RETURNS TO GALILEO

By David X, Zach H, Staff Writers Last year, primarily due to budget cuts, Galileo could not continue the JROTC program; but with the help of principal Ms. Benau, the program is back for...

A MATHEMATICIAN’S PASSION

By Rowin Galvez, staff writer The enthusiasm in his voice whenever he talks about a problem or a concept in class is the first giveaway. The second giveaway is the countless math jokes he...

LIGHTS OUT!

Lack of Lights in Van Ness Gym Leaves School in the Dark  By Suzannah Christian, staff writer During the summer of 2017 the Van Ness gym received a facelift, which included new paint, new...

I’m a Competitive Cuber

By Hugo Xu, Staff Writer I can solve a Rubik’s cube in under 15 seconds.  About 3 years I got into speedcubing(another name for competitive Rubik’s cube solving), like most cubers do, after my...

Teachers College Experience

By Frank Tiscareno, Staff Writer Curious about college and what the college experience is like, the Galileo Press realized the best way to find out would be to talk to teachers about their experiences....