Galileo Press

CADA conference Inspires ASB

  By: Cody Tieu   After spending a day at the California Association of Directors of Activities (CADA) conference on November 19th at James Logan High School in Union City, the Galileo ASB was...

Lions Lose Third at Blue and Gold Tournament

The Galileo boys varsity basketball team participated in the annual Blue & Gold basketball tournament at Jefferson High School in Daly City from 11/29-12/1. Their record in the tournament was 1-2 as they beat...

Multicultural Assembly

Written By Nia M. and Maraljin G. The Mult-Cultural Assembly was started by former teacher and ASB advisor, Mr.Wing, a number of years ago, but was stopped after the introduction of the talent show...

Delays, Rain Doom Lions in Playoffs

The Galileo Varsity Football team’s season ended in the playoffs against the Mission Bears, on November 23rd during Thanksgiving Break, losing 27-0. The game had continuously been postponed from the original November 15th date...

Life At The Movies

 From people complaining about three tiny popcorn kernels on their seat to complaining about the bar not being open, life as an AMC employee can be interesting. I’ve been working at the AMC Metreon...

Internet Censorship in Schools

Written by Sean Q. and William H. Across the SFUSD, students are restricted from accessing certain applications that are not considered “academic” for schools and education. However, this blocks out many students from facilitating extra-curricular activities, such as clubs,...

What Happened to JROTC?

By Cybastian Dilinila, Jasper Salayog, Antonio Harocasco, Kamieya Bynum Due to funding issues and a lack of student interest, the JROTC program was canceled last year after being at Galileo for over 15 years....

PTA Social was a Pop!

By: Wendy Ye and Albert Lam The PTA held an elegant and eventful fundraiser at the South Beach Yacht Club on November 1st. The event consisted of popping a balloon for $20, with a...