Category: Editorial

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...

The Daily Struggle

by Ahmed Elmahy Every morning the computer lab resembles a busy beehive. Some people go to the computer lab in the morning to play games, but a lot more go there in order to...

What ASB Means To Me

by Ashley Moh For the past 4 years of my high school career, I’ve been working with club and class officers; communicating with sponsors in and out of school; managing class budgets, attending weekly...

Impact of Standardized Tests on Students

by Alison Yip Students over the last decade have taken more tests than previous decades and in part, it’s thanks to the No Child Left Behind Act passed during the Bush Administration in 2001....

A Year of Barretting and Tang

by Ahmed Elmahy When I was a sophomore, I was faced with the difficult task of picking classes for the following year. I was torn between taking both AP English and AP United States...

Keeping Calm During Finals

by Alison Yip Finals, the only thing separating students from a long vacation, cause great stress to many students. Finals is the final exam culminating content from the beginning of the year to end...

The Tiring College Process

by Elvis Lau The college season has struck again. Every year in the fall, high school seniors from all around the country share the burden of applying for college. I, as a senior, have...

Just (Emergency) Drillin’

by Ashley Moh As I sit in class, wondering when the bell will ring, another sound suddenly blares from inside and outside of the classroom. Students cheer like it’s the last day of school...

School Starts Too Early

By Elvis Lau Every weekday at 8:00A​M,​ Galileo springs to life­­ the first class of the day gathers the school community for the next seven hours. However, with such an early start, many students...