Author: Sabri Kuc

Fortnite On The Go

Fortnite, a popular, multi-platform game just hit mobile phones on March 15 and is taking students by surprise. The game has always had a lot of popularity surrounding it, but it was never accessible...

Challenge Series: 1 Week At The Gym

The Galileo Journalism staff recently embarked on individual challenges meant to push their boundaries and lead to improvement. Each challenge lasted between one to two weeks and was meant to evoke some self realization....

Galileo Teachers Take On Student Essays

Every school year Galileo English teachers, spend time reading and grading the IWA (Integrated Writing Assessment), a SFUSD mandated assignment all 9th and 10th graders take. However, the Galileo administration decided that this year...

Mr. Wing: On the Road to Recovery

With an upbeat spirit, strong mentality, and continued passion for Galileo, Mr. Wing is on the mend from his unexpected stroke on December 24th. While the initial news left Galileo devastated and without an...

Update on School Drones

Two years ago, Galileo’s former principal, Dr. Reimer, spent $3,000 on drones in order to capture robust photos and videos of school events. The purchase of these drones were controversial because of Galileo’s tight...

Netflix in Class

Students have always used phones in the classroom, but usually only in small doses; to answer a text or play a quick game. However, some students are taking their phone use even farther, by...

Hypebeast, Why?

The term hypebeast is thrown around quite often now-a-days in popular culture, but what exactly is a hypebeast? A hypebeast is someone who values things  created by well recognized brands, whether it be clothing,...

Galileo’s NBA 2K18 Craze

  A new wave has recently struck Galileo, NBA 2K18 is the new “it” thing, and its taken students by storm.The reason so many students have made NBA 2K18 their favorite game is its...

A Traveler’s Tale

Having lived, traveled, and worked in three different countries, Galileo’s new physics teacher, Ms. Emily Stollmeyer, is looking to live in San Francisco and work for SFUSD. Ms. Stollmeyer has been a resident of...