Associate Professor of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences Estella Habal played a part in one of the movements that defined the Bay Area in the revolutionary 1960s and 70s.
Category: Spring 2013
Good reads from alumni and faculty authors.
The co-director of San Jose State’s Center for Community Learning and Leadership explains how volunteering and service-learning can enhance your career.
San Jose State’s student chapter of Engineers Without Borders (EWB) is working with indigenous tribes in Ecuador to find solutions for cleaning up water in the region.
Find out how SJSU students got the minimum wage raised in San Jose.
Come to campus and take the SJSU Legacy Tour, created by alumna Maribel Martinez, director of SJSU’s Cesar Chavez Community Action Center.
Get the latest updates from Spartans who attended SJSU as far back as the 1930s. One Spartan recently celebrated his 100th birthday!
Remembering alumni and faculty members who have passed away.
While creating a photo book for class, J.P. Tran, ’13 Graphic Design, bought each homeless person he approached a meal.
Benton White, the university’s first ombudsman, reflects on campus life in the 1960s.
Spartan Chau Truong writes, eats and throws a ball with her right hand. But she plays tennis with her left.
Instead of giving in to senioritis, Darren Rae, ’13 RTVF, and Kevin Yang, ’13 Illustration, embarked on a creative process of Spartan proportions.
Philosophy Professor Rita Manning