The keys to rebuilding SJSU men’s basketball, according to Dave Wojcik? “Patience, diligence and a true commitment.”
Washington Square: The Stories of San Jose State University
A message from SJSU President Mo Qayoumi.
Thank you, readers, for writing, posting and tweeting!
Our Fall/Winter 2014 VIP: Assistant Professor Civil and Environmental Engineering Laura Sullivan-Green.
Former San Jose Mercury News reporter and alumnus Elias Castillo’s forthcoming book offers a new perspective on California’s missions.
Wesley “Bud” Hubbard, ’34 Political Science, pursued what he thought was best for the long-term health of the community.
Spartan golfer Megan Osland, ’15 Recreation Management, knows how to swing more than a five iron.
A new course prepares students to go to work for a cause.
A few words from distinguished campus members and visitors.
Professor Steven Millner: “Coming to San José State College was one of the best life decisions I made.”
The Job Maestro interviewed Brian Taylor, professor and former chair of the Department of Art and Art History.
Have the words throughout Washington Square captured what makes us Spartans?
Books from alumni and faculty authors.
Calling all Spartans: Tell us what you’re up to!
Remembering alumni and faculty members who have passed away.
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.
Bertha Kalm Scholarship recipients “demonstrate a desire to make a difference for humanity.”
Sociology alumna Jessica Pellegrini’s roller derby-inspired community service.
UPD and Spartan volunteers will deliver personalized presents to a projected 550 children from 200 low-income families this year.
Reflecting on the most important reason for Spartans to come together.
A few words from our distinguished campus speakers and visitors.