“The arts are not just about entertaining, but about pushing boundaries and encouraging others to do the same.”
Tagged: humanities and arts
“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.
Publications from SJSU faculty and alumni authors.
Abadilla, ’08 Animation/Illustration, works as a sketch artist at Pixar’s Emeryville campus.
Gwendolyn Mok, professor and coordinator of keyboard studies in the School of Music and Dance, was destined to be a piano prodigy.
Recent publications from Spartan authors.
Mary Lou Taylor, ’70 English, shares some of her poetic influences and writing practices.
Washington Square welcomes letters to the editor regarding campus issues and the stories in its pages.
“It is inevitable that the more you learn, the more you pass on.”
Maps are central to the work of SJSU Assistant Professor of Art Lordy Rodriguez, whose “Untitled 774” (2012) is the cover image of the Fall/Winter 2015 edition of WSQ.
Nominated by Christopher Queen, ’98 Humanities/Spanish
Recently published works from Spartan authors.
For her take on Young Adult literature, WSQ checked in with SJSU English Professor Mary Warner.
Screenwriting students are overjoyed about Sublett’s essential, how-to guide.
Julia Reynolds profiles the Salinas branch of the “most important criminal organization you’ve never heard of.”
This year’s commencement speaker: Nancy Pelosi, Democratic leader of the House of Representatives in the 114th Congress and congresswoman, California’s 12th District.