Stories tagged "SJSU"

A presidential legacy of doubt

The much-embattled administration of former San Jose State President Mohammad Qayoumi came to an arguably anticlimactic conclusion over the Summer as he announced he had been tapped to serve as infrastructure advisor in the presidential cabinet of a much larger administration — that of his birth…

CHEW Program helps students in the kitchen

San Jose State University’s Cooking Healthy, Eating Well Program hosted the “Back to the Basics” cooking demonstration at the Student Wellness Center on Tuesday. “All these demos focus on easy-to-make meals that students can cook in their rooms if they don’t have access to a kitchen," said Wellness and…

Spartan Planner makes scheduling easier

Student Academic Success Services rolled out a new software called Spartan Planner to improve students' experience with scheduling classes and help stay on track with graduation. The Spartan Planner is an addition to the MySJSU page which was published last Spring. Students are required to log…

SJSU gets a new look

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Some of the construction on campus has come to an end with the completion of the new Student Wellness Center, Student Union, and the Spartan Complex. San Jose State began construction in September 2010. The three buildings were renovated and rebuilt in order to make the life of students…

SJSU’s ShrunkenHeadMan club celebrates 20-year anniversary

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Animation/illlustration students, faculty and alumni gathered in the art quad Sunday morning to celebrate the 20-year anniversary of the founding of the ShrunkenHeadMan club. Although the event was billed as a reunion, San Jose State University students also attended. Club volunteers served orange juice and coffee and sold…

Mobile pop-up makers space brings innovations to campus

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Pink and blue umbrellas stood high in front of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library Saturday afternoon for the Pop-Up Mobile Makerspaces. The mobile space brought about San Jose residents of different ages in an effort to generate ideas from the community to make San Jose livelier as well…