Category: Editorial

A Bittersweet College Story

I never thought much about applying to college until the summer before senior year. Entering senior year felt like a rush into adulthood. Everywhere I went the recurring question about my future was all...

My Experience with Bullying

A special editorial submitted to Galileo Press from an anonymous student. It all began in a summer program called “Aim High”: a program that prepares middle school students for “academic and enrichment opportunities… for...

My Harvard Interview

There is a certain stigma behind the name Harvard, that it is intense, egotistical, prestigious, and even scary. Though it is recognized as a top Ivy League with a world class education, many people...

TA to have it your way

If people tell you that being a TA, teacher’s aide, is bad because colleges dislike it, ignore them because they probably don’t know what they’re missing out on. If you already have enough credits...

Bring School Loop Back

For the past 6 years, I became used to using School loop to check my grades and keep myself updated on school announcements and events. Many teachers and parents alike also grew accustomed to...

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,...

Caution: “Senioritis” Lurking

by Angel Salado Senioritis is the disease that I was constantly warned about throughout high school, but it all changed when I was staring down at my senior year. Facing college applications, deadlines, prom,...

A Word of Advice

by Ahmed Elmahy Four years of high school is a long time. With that in mind, it is unavoidable to experience the consequences of the great procrastination and laziness that is associated with senior...