Author: Leon Ma

Teens’ Perception Of World War 3

By Alexandra Stremlow Coming back from winter break,  the topic of World War 3 came up on social media which sent a lot of teens into a frenzy. Many started believing that the world...

Teacher’s Poll: The 2010’s

By Susan Wu Achievements, hardships, and everything in between. Galileo teachers went through a lot over the last 10 years. A lot can happen in a decade; here are some of the highlights and...

Winter Assembly

By Susan Wu The Winter Assembly is to celebrate the end of the semester and show that the year is done. It is also a checkpoint that marks student progress over the school year....

Preseason Basketball: Boys Beat Westmoor

By Alexandra Stremlow The Galileo’s boys basketball team came home with a tough win against Westmoor High School, 49-45 on Monday, December 16th.  The game was close the entire way with Galileo leading by...

Art Mosaics

By Kristen Zee Mosaics out of magazine scraps is the final project for Mr. Mark Huynh, the art teacher. They are not done yet but try and guess what characters from cartoons the final...

Teachers College Experience

By Frank Tiscareno, Staff Writer Curious about college and what the college experience is like, the Galileo Press realized the best way to find out would be to talk to teachers about their experiences....

Remaking 206

By Myriam Mendez With the help of William Sonoma, the Startup Academy has transformed room 206, which is the Teachers Resource Room, refurnishing it with new appliances and furniture.  Renovation plans originally started about...

Lim Sisters Reach Tennis Finals

By Afrah Ali, Staff Writer Playing for the first time together this season,  sisters Jillian and Jacqueline Lim, reached the finals in doubles at the All-City tournament. Impressively, they played their way to the championship by...

My Visit Back to Yemen

By Afran Ali I went back to Yemen for the first time in 13 years this past summer. Our family hadn’t been back to Yemen because there’s been a lot of uncertainty in the...

GALILEO FOOTBALL INTERCEPTED BY GRADES

By Wilson Sierra For the first time in 38 years, the Galileo Varsity football team forfeited their first regular season game to Balboa on October 5th. The Lions, who currently have 24 players on...

JV FOOTBALL LOSES HOME OPENER

By Frank Tiscareno The Galileo Lions JV football season got off to a rough start, losing to the Balboa Buccaneers 49-0 on Friday, October 4th. The Lions were without two key players as starting...