Stories tagged "SJSU"

Carpenter's union protests on campus

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Students may have seen the brightly colored flyers plastered with an ominous grim reaper holding a bag of money and a blade reading “profit.” The figure has Sundt, one of the construction companies working on the SJSU campus, written across the black cloak. The flyer…

Legendary coach promotes teamwork to athletes at premiere

Bob Ladouceur, one of the greatest California high school football coaches of all-time, is a man that achieved many records on and off the field. Ladouceur is a two-time recipient of the USA National Coach award and the only man to win the National High School Coaches…

San Jose State ready for season opener against North Dakota

The San Jose State football team kicks-off their season with the home opener against the University of North Dakota this Thursday. San Jose State senior quarterback Blake Jurich will also be making his starting debut at the home-opener game. Entering his fifth year as a Spartan, Jurich will…

Buddha advises Generation Y on office survival, purpose of life

Buddha walked in to a bar, but he didn’t say ouch. Instead he advised people about self-discipline. Now he’s about to school readers on jobs. Author of The Buddha Walks into a Bar… and Walk Like a Buddha has saved us from killing ourselves at work…

Kinesiology welcomes new chair

The former San Jose State University kinesiology department chair Shirley Reekie, Ph. D will return to teaching and serve as associate chair for the Fall 2014 semester. Reekie stepped down effectively on July 1. The new kinesiology department chair is Matthew Masucci, Ph.D. Masucci said…

Dwight Bentel Hall shut down

Students, faculty and staff are advised not to enter Dwight Bentel Hall for any reason. Emails from Provost Andrew Feinstein and College of Applied Sciences and Arts Interim Dean Alice Hines were sent Sunday night to all of CASA faculty and staff. In his email…