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Saturday, January 20, 2018

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Trending Now: Fidget Spinners

Fidget spinners are becoming a top trend among teenagers. Spinners are in the shape of a ‘Y’ and include 4 bearings 3 on each leg, and one in the middle. They are a small little “Nic-Nac,” around the size of your palm, and its main purpose is to spin, without bringing too much attention to

Boys Golf Trying To Get Back To Par

It’s been a tough couple of years for the Galileo Boys Golf team, as the team has struggled to find players and has been short on wins.The team always seems to be full of new faces and few returning players; however despite what many would consider a “rough patch” Head Coach Mr. Winterling sees hope

Lioness Flag Football

Although the Galileo Girls Flag Football Team is coming off of a championship season, after beating Balboa 13-6, this is a brand new season. The team returns some key faces who are anxious to try and win back to back championships, but the team is also full of new faces, many who are still learning

Galileo Sneakerheads

“It’s gotta be the shoes.” This phrase becomes more and more popular as each year sneakers become more well known in pop culture. The phrase “sneakerhead” is used to refer to a person who is a sneaker enthusiast & someone who is passionate about shoes. At Galileo, more than a handful of students can be

Yuyang’s speech helps repeal Exclusionary Act

Galileo ASB President Yuyang Z., along with members of The Association of Chinese Teachers (TACT) spoke at the the SFUSD School Board on behalf of a Resolution put forth by Commissioners Murase and Cook to repeal the 1906 Exclusionary practices of SFUSD, and increase the number of Asian American books in the SFUSD Recommended Reading

Lion’s Football Last Stand

By Joshua Lizardo, Staff Writer Galileo’s varsity football team stood tall and ready on November 17th as they prepared for a playoff game that could ultimately be the last football game for this group of seniors.  The team was anxious to get on the field and fight like there’s no tomorrow. The Lions (2-4) took

Walking Out With A Purpose

By Joshua Lizardo, Staff Writer Students from San Francisco high schools participated in a unified walkout protesting America’s recent President elect, Donald Trump.  Galileo students began their walkout on Thursday November 10th at 9 AM  and proceeded down Van Ness, where they would meet up with student from other high schools, including, Washington, Lowell, Burton

First Time Teeing Off

By Joshua Lizardo, Staff Writer This years Galileo girl’s golf team may not have had the best record (2-6), but considering the entire team was made up of first year golfers, they exceeded expectations.  All 6 girls on the team never played on a golf team before, let alone they had never even picked up


By Joshua Lizardo, Staff Writer Colleges including UC Santa Cruz, Skyline, Notre Dame de Namur University, City College of San Francisco and many took part of  Galileo’s 4th annual college fair on Tuesday October 4th. College counelor Ms. Serena Chan brought in the wide variety of colleges to help students broaden their views about the

Successful Club Day

By Francis Roceta & Marjorie Ruiz, STAFF WRITERS Galileo students had a chance to interact with other peers who share the same interest during Club Day, which was held on September 2, in the courtyard during lunch.  Over 60 clubs participated in this year’s event. This year’s club day was more organized than previous ones