Alumni healthcare leaders share their insights on U.S. healthcare and what inspired them to help people achieve their fullest, healthiest lives.
Tagged: humanities and arts
An SJSU tradition has taken shape, and it’s the shape of a Spartan.
“Everybody should have access to health care.”
“There is an undocumented student community out there that could definitely benefit from a lot of the services I obtained.”
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.
“With a lot of the work we do, there’s this tension between the relationship of our bodies and place,” she says. “It’s a female-centered, feminist perspective. Most of our dresses have a large stature. They have a place in the world.”
Telling the stories of Spartans, remembering a grandmother’s sacrifice.
Washington Square welcomes letters to the editor. Here’s what our readers have to say.
San Jose State’s community of dreamers and change-makers.
Washington Square designer and writer Peter Caravalho shares his personal connection to “Enduring History: 75 Years After Executive Order 9066.”
“The arts are not just about entertaining, but about pushing boundaries and encouraging others to do the same.”
“I see teaching as a fundamental vehicle for citizenship.”
My Very Inspirational Person
Students in a sponsored class project develop improved kiosks, campus maps and signage that help everyone find their way around campus.
Reader share their thoughts on WSQ and campus issues.
More than 100 art and art history students transformed a blue construction wall into a large-scale mural.