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Sunday, February 18, 2018

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Photography Class Takes Inspiration from Adde Adesokan

Last week, Ms. Partridge’s photography class studied Adde Adesokan, a street photographer, and his unique style of capturing the human body. Adde Adesokan’s approach to photography is simple, yet elegant; he captures three shots of the person: the face, the midsection, and the feet. As a class assignment, she had the students replicate his work

Inside Look at Galileo’s Journalism Class

Galileo Academy’s Journalism class is unlike any class here on campus. What separates Journalism from other classes is their unorthodox methods of getting the work done. Journalism class is able to create and distribute the articles you read on a weekly basis through the extensive use of computer carts, the ability to roam the halls,

Service Interact Club Represents Galileo at FLC 2017

Galileo Academy’s Service Interact Club sent the largest delegation, 41 students, to District 5150’s annual Fall Leadership Conference (FLC) in Sausalito on November 19th. The annual Fall Leadership Conference serves as an event where all service interact clubs across the Bay Area (San Francisco, San Mateo, and Marin County) come together and participate in activities

iPhone X: Completely Redesigned

The iPhone X (pronounced iPhone Ten) once again marks a major change in design for Apple’s iconic iPhone lineup. With this year being the age of bezel-less smartphones, iPhone X’s design screams 2017 with it’s edge-to-edge display and new features. Perhaps the most striking feature of the iPhone is the screen. With a 5.8 inch

Senior Participation Brings Home Song and Yell Crown

The 73rd Annual Song and Yell witnessed one of the largest participating senior class skits in Galileo history, around 60 seniors dedicated their time and effort to represent their class and perform the skit and dance routine, with the result being another decisive victory to continue the senior class win streak. When asked what made

iPhone 8: iPhone 7s in Disguise?

    Surprisingly, Apple unveiled the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus on September 12th. At first glance, it looks nearly identical to the iPhone 7 from last year. Nevertheless, this model has some powerful tricks up its sleeves, but is it worth upgrading from the iPhone 7 or even skipping the iPhone X?  What

Ms. Thomson: Raised by Soccer

Starting at the age of four, new PE teacher, Ms. Thomson, developed a love for playing soccer from her brother. Given she had played for her high school soccer team for all four years, it was natural for her to want to try out for the team once she arrived at Chapman University. However, having