Author: Michelle Lee

Aloha Food Fest

By Cody Tieu Galileo’s last food festival of the year, the “Aloha Fest” on May 3, 2019, gave clubs and sports one more chance to raise money during this school year. Named in the...

APES Go To Alcatraz

By Gabriel Recinos On April, 25th in honor of bird nesting season on the Farallon Island, Ms. Franzen’s 6th period headed to Alcatraz to observe the migrating birds and the native plants that live...

Trending Now: Game of Thrones

By Ailin Liang The eighth and final season of the popular television series Game of Thrones, produced by HBO, premiered on April 14th. HBO has announced that Episode 1 drew 17.4 million viewers, which...

APES Visits Presidio Native Plant Nursery

By Ailin Liang & Michelle Lee Working on projects about plant restoration, Ms. Franzen’s AP Environmental Science class went on a field trip to the Presidio Native Plant Nursery to learn more about the care...

Track Takes Trip to SoCal

By Cody Tieu For the first time in almost 30 years, Galileo’s Track and Field team took a trip down to Southern California to compete at the Paramount Relays Invitational at Paramount High School,...

Starlight Cruise Not As Bright

By Cody Tieu Galileo’s Boat Dance, “Starlight Cruise” satisfied the expectations of the Class of 2020, who hosted the dance, selling 270 tickets, which was held on March 16. While the officers for the...

A Concert Goers Dreams

By Michelle Ly Going to over 20 concerts for free last year, senior Michelle Lee, has her her cousin, Melody Ly, to thank. Melody, who works at iHeartRadio took pictures and recorded videos for...

High School YouTube Star

By Vanessa Lei Starting to create videos when she was just seven years old, senior Jessica La, is an aspiring Youtube content creator. Jessica got her start after walking in on father editing videos...

Spring Movies Worth Watching

Even though Spring is right around the corner, and many people plan to spend more of their time outdoors, watching movies is still a great time out. There are many movies that are coming...

APES Goes To Muir Woods

By Michelle Lee & Ailin Liang In order to learn more about coastal redwood trees, Ms. Franzen’s AP Environmental Science class visited Muir Woods on Thursday, March 7th. Students learned about the plants that...

Special Guest for Black History Month Assembly

By Cody Tieu In order to spread awareness of the African American culture, sponsor, Jermaine, and the Black Student Union hosted an assembly on February 15th in the auditorium. While the assembly took 2-3...

Math Teacher Faces Difficulties Coming Back

By Vanessa Lei After being on maternity leave for the fall semester to take care of her newborn son, math teacher Ms. Liang is back at Galileo, trying to handle the difficulty of taking...

Existentialism to Standard Deviation

By Gabriel Recinos New math teacher, Mr. Jason Benchimol, spent the last 14 years as a part time college professor at the University of Washington. Mr. Benchimol ended up at Galileo because he wanted...