Category: Feature

A Different Choice

By Linda Z. As I get ready to take the next step, away from Galileo, I’m on a path a little different from other seniors. I chose a University not many people have heard...

Marine Biology Continues Film Festival Tradition

By: Matthew T. For the 16th straight year, Galileo’s Marine Biology Pathway attended the International Ocean Film Festival at the Fort Mason Art Institute on March 7. Marine Biology teacher, Ms. Franzen, has attended...

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...

Lioness Football Crushes Griffins

By: Nia Montgomery The Galileo Lionesses flag football crushed their opponent in the 3rd game of the season with a 26-7 victory against the Leadership Griffins on March 9, 2019. Showing off their amazing...

Recent Alumni Return to Coach

By Matthew T. Three former students from Galileo’s class of 2018 returned this year to help coach on team’s they had just played on the year before. All 3 coaches wanted to come back...

#Tenyearchallenge: Galileo Staff

By Linda Zhong   In January, the idea of the “Ten Year Challenge” started trending on Instagram. The challenge is to post a picture of yourself ten year ago, next to a picture of...

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...

Teachers & Their High School Jobs

Written by Wendy Ye and Cody Tieu Students forget that teachers were once teenagers. Just like teens today who need some extra money to support themselves or hang out with their friends, Galileo teachers...

The Seven Day Challenge

A new year brings new year’s resolutions, and the Galileo Press staff wanted to take the opportunity of a fresh start with a 7 day challenge. The challenges were meant to break them out...

Teachers Who Played High School Sports

Written by Gabriel Recinos The student stereotype of a teacher in high school is typically someone who had good grades, paid attention, worked hard but usually did not participate in sports. Here are some...

League of Legends Go Competitive

Placing in the top 50 out 300 teams, the GHSLIMES (Galileo High School Limes) showed strongly in their 1st tournament, a League of Legends Tournament, hosted by the HSEL (High School E-Sports League) which...

Club Soccer takes to the Streets

Hoping to bring a new and exciting form of soccer, Futurama is forming a Street Soccer club at Galileo sponsored by Street Soccer USA. Taking place indoors, Street Soccer does not have to worry about whether...