Author: Dustin Zhou

Lions Lose 4 Straight

The Galileo boys varsity team was desperate for a win on Thursday, January 10th against the Lowell Cardinals in order to try to get their season moving in the right direction, however, a slow...

Crash Testing with Eggs

Ms. Stollmeyer’s Physics class held an egg drop competition during the 5th and 6th period last Friday 11/30. The project of this experiment is to reenact a car crash at 35 mph into a...

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...

Classroom Now Equipped for Emergencies

By, Dustin Z and Matthew T As a precaution In case of an emergency, Galileo’s administration has equipped every classroom with a lockdown kit and emergency backpack that can help a class survive for...

Homecoming Shift

By, Leo Dujardin  For the second year in a row, Galileo’s homecoming, “City of Stars”, ended up being  held at the Hyatt Centric Fisherman’s Wharf on Saturday, October 13th. The ASB had originally planned...

Renamed Class Focuses On Marketing and Business

By Rachel Auyeung and Helen Huang The “Hospitality and Tourism” class was renamed“Entrepreneurship” by  Ms. Kapchan and Mr. Seligson, the teachers of the “Start Up” pathway, who wanted to change the focus of the...

Mr. Braund – Cross country Champion

By, Dustin Zhou and Matthew Tu A 2x All American high school cross country runner, PE teacher, Mr. Braund,  received a full scholarship to Chico State for cross country where was ranked as one...

Mr. Flores – Finding Relief in Hiking

By Dustin Zhou and Matthew Tu Using hiking as a stress relief, Spanish teacher, Mr. Flores, spends his weekends at Oakland Redwood Regional Park. He usually spends 2-3 hours hiking every weekend either by...