Stories tagged "SJSU"

African-American panel held

Malcolm X once said "Education is the passport to the future, for tomorrow belongs to those who prepare for it today." The Delta Rho chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi at San Jose State is living the words of Malcolm X. The African-American fraternity held a…

Spartan swimmers make a splash in record books

2015 Mountain West Swimming and Diving Championships

The San Jose State University women’s swimming and diving team is making waves. Over the weekend, freshman Morgan McCormick became the first SJSU student-athlete to win a Mountain West individual championship in any sport since the school joined the conference in 2012. Junior Riley Spitser…

$520 million lawsuit filed against SJSU

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The parents of former San Jose State student Gregory Johnson Jr., an African-American student found dead in his fraternity in 2008, filed a $520 million federal lawsuit against SJSU, the University Police Department and Sigma Chi Fraternity on Feb. 18. Denise Johnson and Gregory Johnson…

What would your vagina say if she could talk?

Me'shell Gomez, theatre arts SJSU alumni

At the top of her lungs, my vagina would say, "We did it, we made it out alive." This past weekend, 28 members of V-Day @ SJSU performed the audacious Vagina Monologues at the new theater and lecture hall in the Student Union. The show…

Spartans sweep the Bronco Classic

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The San Jose State Women’s Softball Team made their debut this season in the South Bay at the Bronco Classic at SCU, finishing 4–0 to improve their record to 12–3. Spartans head coach Peter Turner was impressed by how well-rounded his team performed all weekend….