By Jessie Jiang Ever wonder who writes the news and updates the Galileo community about the nittygritty of the school? As the school year comes to an end, the Galileo Press would like to introduce ourselves to you! Returning as co-advisors of the 2015-2016 school year, Mr. Jeremy Lee and Coach Mark Huynh, spent an
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By Sonia Nguyen To get more people to understand how coding works and how it can help to find a job, senior Julianne Li started a Girls Who Code club after attending a girls who code summer program and asked Ms. Su to be the supervisor of the club. The reason why the club was opened was because everything
By Johnny Ha Capturing back-to-back Spring Comp titles, Galileo’s JROTC came out victorious in the annual JROTC Spring Comp held at Abraham Lincoln High School on May 7th. Galileo’s Silent Drill Team’s (SDT) top finish, along with Drum Corps (DC) 2nd place finish, helped Galileo win 1st place in the overall competition. Galileo’s JROTC was
by Jessie Jiang As the school year winds down, the class of 2016 held their prom on April 23rd, 2016 at the Intercontinental Hotel using the theme, A Night with the Stars. Prom was considered a success for the class of 2016 as they sold over 300 tickets with many of the guests leaving with
by Andy Cen In order to spread greater awareness of around Galileo, French teacher, Mr. Kenneth Mendribil and the GSA hosted an invitational LGBTQ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer) Pride Assembly on April 14th in the auditorium. The assembly took three months of preparation time and, according to Mr. Mendribil, was successful due to the
by Major Wen Throughout the 2015-16 school year, Williams Sonoma, a San Francisco based furnishing company, has been making Galileo a better school by helping to reshape the experience for Galileo students and faculty. Some of the success has included: renovating the teacher’s lounge, organizing mock interviews for students, arranging for guest speakers to talk
by Ashley Moh Hoping to raise enough money for a scholarship for a lucky senior planning to continue studying visual and performing arts, Galileo’s Drama Class spent their second semester preparing for their very first major performance event, “The 9 Worst Breakups Of All Time” by Ian McWethy, on April 22nd, 2016. It was in
by Elvis Lau Tick. Tick. Tick. 7:30PM. I grab a drink, plop down on the couch, and flip on the TV. It’s April 13, and the NBA regular season is about to conclude with two very special matchups, one between the Los Angeles Lakers and Utah Jazz, and the other between the Golden State Warriors
by Lauren Wong Everywhere I look, I see students glued to their phones and a lot of the time they are using social media. Honestly, I feel social media is a good tool to use to communicate with friends, express one’s thoughts and feelings to people and even read recent news. However, I believe that
by Ahmed Elmahy Four years of high school is a long time. With that in mind, it is unavoidable to experience the consequences of the great procrastination and laziness that is associated with senior year. Now, as humans, procrastination is unavoidable and we usually experience it during any grade, but during senior year, procrastination is
By Courtney Pon After three years of heartbreak, the Galileo lioness flag football team has finally won a championship. The Lioness’ defeated Balboa in the championship on Saturday, April 16th with a score of 13-6 at Galileo. Thanks to the great coaching of Coach Harper, Coach Black, and Coach Rahul, the lioness almost went undefeated
by Johnny Ha Deciding to expand the event to include more of a variety of performances beyond just singing, the Chinese Karaoke Contest (K-Con) held on April 15th by the Chinese Culture Club decided to feature the Galileo Breakdance Club (B-Boys) in addition to a dance performance by the Galileo Korean Club. The club decided
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by Jerick Anonuevo After giving a girl a concussion during a game last season, senior Eugenia Truong has been known as one of the most physical players on the girls Galileo Flag Football team. Beyond just her physical play though, Eugenia has continued to develop her skills and was named “Most Improved Player” on the team