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Sunday, February 18, 2018

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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 educates students on the ideas of sexuality, consent, and protection. This education is crucial to the growth of students who may

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 part of the ELAC and PTSA. Bai finds the work he does to be very rewarding because he is able to

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. Despite the amazement his height brings, his height also brings many negatives to his daily life.  Everyday Dominic is constantly asked

Galileo’s New Co-Athletic Director

Learning the ropes, Mr. Keough is being groomed to replace Mr. Winterling as athletic director at the end of the school year when Mr. Winterling retires. Last year, Mr. Keough was approached about being athletic director last year by former Galileo principal Dr. Reimer, who named Mr. Keough co-athletic director for this year.   According

An Ongoing Journey

After having lived in Utah, the Netherlands, and a number of other places, senior Madison S. and her family moved to San Francisco, and plan on being here for approximately one year, before moving again. They move around so much because of her dad’s job and because her parents want to give them all the

New Nurse, Gal Alum

A Galileo graduate is now the new school nurse, as Ms. Vivian Tsui, class of 2010, took over for Ms. Juanita Davis at the end of November. After working at a nursing facility for the  last year, Nurse Tsui felt compelled to apply as a school nurse in San Francisco after hearing about the opportunity

Lions Shine at Cross Country Finals

Improving upon last years strong results, Galileo cross country had 3 of the 4 teams medal at the 2017 San Francisco section finals, with 2 runners qualifying for the state meet including the fastest time for a freshman girl this year. Led by senior Brian Yu, who managed to finish 10th in the city, the varsity

Cross Country Trip To LA

Friday, October 20, 2017-5 of the Galileo varsity boys cross country runners and Coach Keough boarded a plane to Los Angeles for a 3-day trip to compete and to visit a former teammate who moved to Southern California over the summer. The team believed it was important to see Nathan Lam, who moved to Southern

Cross Country Team Perseveres Through Loss

After finishing second in the city last year, Galileo’s Cross Country team suffered a serious blow when their fastest and most valuable runner, senior Nathan L., moved to L.A. due to family reasons. Despite Nathan’s absence, the team still believes they can be one of the best in the city, but will have to train

Mr. Mendoza – Making The Long Commute

Waking up every morning at 4:45am to commute an hour and a half from San Jose to Galileo, new science teacher Mr. Mendoza decided to make the long commute everyday because he simply could not pass up the opportunity to teach at Galileo. The moment he heard about the opportunity from his friend, he could

Ms. Donahue – An Adventurous Educator

Besides having a passion for teaching, ELD teacher, Ms. Donahue also has an excitement to travel and see the world. When Ms. Donahue is not helping students explore the English language, she explores many far away places in the world such as Australia, Spain, Japan, and Ireland. Each summer, Ms. Donahue looks forward to seeing