As a young child, Professor Carlos Alberto Sanchez learned to cross geographic and cultural boundaries. As a professor, he says that it is his “responsibility to make sure that philosophy belongs to everyone.” Perhaps learning has no borders.
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SJSU Grupo Folklórico Luna y Sol dancers perform at the second annual Latino Heritage Night at Oracle Arena.
Washington Square designer and writer Peter Caravalho shares his personal connection to “Enduring History: 75 Years After Executive Order 9066.”
Marc J. Spears, ’95 Journalism, senior writer for ESPN’s The Undefeated, a site that explores sports, race and culture, is no stranger to the world of athlete activism.
The father of the sociology of sport on SJSU’s new Institute for the Study of Sport, Society and Social Change.
Alumna Holly Duffy: “I learned the joy of seeing someone overcome incredible odds to improve and grow.”
From student-athlete to activist-scholar, Harry Edwards’ life and work offer lessons on more than the sociology of sport.
Spartan long-distance freestyle swimmer Riley Spitser has ushered in new records that make her one of the fastest swimmers in SJSU’s history.
Mary Lou Taylor, ’70 English, shares some of her poetic influences and writing practices.
“The experiences that I’ve had in the name of STEM have been unbelievable, and I want that for other people.”
The newly renovated Yoshihiro Uchida Hall.
We asked alumni and students who posed for our cover collage: What makes you a Spartan? Here are their responses: “I am a Spartan through my ambition to be the best. This school is historical; it’s the first state university in California and ranking among the best schools. This school just makes me feel like a winner.” —Kristine Ecal, ’14 Behavioral Science “Being involved at SJSU and making a difference in the community.” —Maritza Valencia, ’18 Recreational Therapy “The dedication to success and ability to adapt.” —Daan Giron, ’11 Health Science “My involvement and passion for the university and the...
Mark Foutch, ’63 Journalism, remembers his Tau Delta Phi initiation.
Mo Stevens, ’60, offers his take on some of the iconic misunderstandings about fraternity and sorority life.