Author: Kevin Serrano

How Cross Country Got Me To College

High school was a roller coaster for me, as I’m sure it was for almost every other student. However, one thing that definitely helped me deal with it was cross country. It changed where...

Ms. Kwan Steps Up As New ASB Advisor

For the first time in over 25 years, Galileo will have a new ASB advisor leading student government at the school. Science teacher, Ms. Kwan, will be replacing long time ASB advisor, Mr.Wing, who...

Track Ran My Life

The main highlight of my four years here at Galileo would definitely be the three years of running for the track team. The three years have been filled with fun and pain. Prior to...

Track Results From Bearcats Invitational

12 medals were won by 21 athletes who competed in 13 events on Saturday, April 14 at the 9th annual San Mateo Bearcats Track Invitational. At the invitational, the top 6 athletes won medals...

Challenge Series: Stop Eating Out

Eating out has become a daily occurrence ever since track season began. The hunger had become too much to hold back until I arrived home so the need to eat out had become an...

AVID at Galileo Showcased

Teachers, counselors and principals from all over the SFUSD came to the  AVID Showcase at Galileo, to see how Galileo runs their AVID program and learn how to further improve their on programs on...

First Track Medals of the Season

On Friday, March 2nd, the Galileo track team competed in their first meet of the season, the Sunset Invitational at Kezar Stadium. Even though only 2 athletes won medals, considering it’s only the first...

Galileo Love Fest 2018

Every February 14th, Galileo celebrates Valentine’s Day by having Wellness host Love Fest in the courtyard at lunch. Love Fest is special because, not only does it spread ideas of love, but it also...

Busy Bai Keeps Galileo Buzzing

With numerous titles to his name, counselor Bai Zhen is one of the busiest people at Galileo. Working at Galileo since 2009, his roles include; being a newcomer counselor, being freshman sponsor, and being...

Tall Height Brings Problems For Senior

A familiar spectacle in the Galileo hallways is senior Dominic Juliano towering over the masses that traverse the school. His 6’5” frame leaves many in awe and wonder when he passes by other students....