Author: Anson Wen

A SECURITY GUARD’S LIFE

By Rowin Galvez, staff writer For the past 10 years, Mikal Hasae, has been a security guard at Galileo High School. He chose to be a security guard for two reasons. One reason was...

HOMECOMING A HUGE HIT

By Genina Ombania, staff writer A lively crowd of 260 students showed up to Galileo’s Homecoming, “Let’s Glow Crazy”, on October 26 at the Holiday Inn on Van Ness St. Compared to the previous...

SONG AND YELL SKIT REVIEW

By Dollar Dacasin, Staff Writer The highlight for every Song and Yell are the skits. Each class spends weeks choreographing and practicing to try and help their class win while the crowd roars in...

WORKING MINDSET

By Anonymous, Staff Writer Even though I’ve only been in high school for a few months, I’ve gone through a transformation from who I was in middle school. In seventh grade, I thought that...

COLLEGE APPLICATIONS

The Next Step for Seniors By Sasha Stremlow, Staff Writer It’s that time of year already where seniors are starting to apply for colleges and really starting to think about their future. Some consider...

A COLLECTOR’S DREAM

The Impressive Anime Collection  By Anson Wen, Staff Writer Valued at about $2000,Galileo junior Dennis A., has assembled a massive set of anime collectibles. Inspired by his favorite anime growing up, such as Dragon...

OPPURTUNITIES ABOUND AT COLLEGE FAIR

 By Sasha Stremlow With over 23 colleges attending, this year’s annual college fair at Galileo on October 7th was the largest turnout of colleges in the history of the fair. A good variety of...

DIRTY SHOES?

ENTREPRENEURSHIP SHOE CLEANING FUNDRAISER By Dollar Dacasin, staff writer For the first time ever, Galileo’s entrepreneurship class held a shoe cleaning fundraiser on October 3rd in room 463 during lunch where the students from...

GHOSTED

By David X. and Hugo X. Hoping to spread awareness of mental health problems such as anxiety, stress, and depression, Kaiser Permanente came to Galileo to perform a skit for over 225 health students...

ONCE A STUDENT, NOW A TEACHER

Former student comes back to work his dream job as a teacher By Suzannah Christian & Michelle Tang, staff writers  After working as a design engineer for the last 12 years, physics and algebra...