By Cody Tieu
Meet our Journalism staff for the 2018-19 school year! The staff members are responsible for collecting information, writing, drawing, and publishing every post on Galileo Press for this year. We try to cover events that happen around school throughout the school year. Each staff member was asked a few questions:
- What is something you’ll take out from this class?
- What is some advice you want to give to people who are interested in taking this class?
- What are some things you do outside of school?
1. To think outside the box.
2. Have good time management, make sure you post on time. Have fun, but also be responsible for your work/stories.
3. I work at a boba shop.
1. Time management.
2. Don’t procrastinate.
3. I work at a restaurant.
2. Meet your deadlines to prevent getting yelled at by Coach Lee.
3. I work with kids at a afterschool and summer program.
1. I think I’ll manage my time more wisely.
2. If you decide to take this class, you get to have a lot of freedom when it comes to interviews.
3. I play baseball.
1. Not procrastinating.
2. Make sure you have interesting topics.
3. I work at a Youth Development Center.
1. To be creative.
2. If you want to relax, finish your stories early in the grading period.
3. I try new food places in the city.
1. Not be afraid to schedule an interview with teachers.
2. To not procrastinate.
3. I sleep.
1. That I am able to use my voice for the greater good.
2. Make sure you are creative and not afraid to express yourself.
3. I like to read, play sports and listen to music.
1. I learned how to properly structure my stories.
2. If you’re passionate about journalism, do it. This class will help you greatly.
3. I make music, I work at the movie theater, and cry.
1. It’s really fun.
2. Do your work on time, finish your stories on time so you don’t have to worry about it in the future.
3. I play volleyball with my friends.
1. I have become a better writer, and I have learned the fundamentals of becoming a better journalist.
2. You’re going to have a lot of fun and you just have to do your work.
3. I work on my car and help out my family. Albert L.
1. I learned how to write and post stories.
2. I think this class is great for people.
3. I volunteer with Service Interact and participate in Dragon Boat.
1. How to interview and ask questions for the interview.
2. Stay on top of your work and it’ll be easy.
3. I play volleyball.
1. I learned how to manage my time better and how to ask questions to get every detail of the story.
2. Finish your work early so you don’t have to stress later.
3. I play sports.
1. Something I’ll take out of this class is how to interview and speak to people.
2. Advice is to just have fun and enjoy yourself.
3. And outside of school I practice, workout and play video game.
1. I learned it doesn’t take that long to write a story, depending on what kind you story you have.
2. It’s a fun class to take, people should take it bc you can learn the way journalism actually is. It’s more than just writing a story.
3. I manage the flag football team.
1. How to put my thoughts into words.
2. Don’t put off your stories until the last week because you have to get them approved before you publish them.
3. I sell brownies and cookies.
1. There’s a lot more going on around the school than you think.
2. Finish your stories early so you don’t stress about it later.
3. I cut hair.
1. Everything can be an interesting story, you just have to be creative with it.
2. Get your work done as soon as you’re assigned it.
3. I go to the gym sometimes, most of the time I go to boba shops to do my homework because I can’t do it at home.
1. Don’t be afraid to talk to people.
2. It’s chill as long as you get your work done.
3. I play sports.
1. I learned to take a challenge.
2. Be prepared to be creative
1. I learned how to time manage.
2. Don’t procrastinate, the workload will pile up.
3. I intern at UCSF.
1. In journalism, when writing a paragraph, it really only has to be 3-4 sentences.
2. If you like to write about stuff then you should definitely take this class.
3. I work at a boba shop and I hate it.
1. Journalism skills.
2. Be curious about the events happening around you.
3. I play the piano.
1. Time management.
2. Be more aware about events that can affect Galileo so you know what to write a story about.
3. Hang out with friends.
1. How to talk to teachers I don’t know.
2. Gather your thoughts.
3. I work as a salesperson at a tourist store.
1. How to conduct an interview how to create inquisitive questions.
2. Stay organized know what your schedule is.
3. I write music.
1. There are so many things you can write about.
2. If you’re not going to do work in class, you better make time to do it outside of class.
3. I like to try new local boba places.