Stories tagged "SJSU"

San Jose State remembers the life of Jeff Gaines

Last Friday, faculty, students and family joined together in Morris Dailey Auditorium to remember the life of Jeffrey Gaines. Gaines, a lecturer in the department of management information systems within the College of Business, died on Aug. 5 at the age of 50. If anything was made…

A plus size change for women in the fashion industry.

Kristen_Wirtz

New York Fashion Week has come to a close and one of the many topics people are discussing is how more designers are starting to involve plus-size models on the runway. Designers such as Zana Bayne and Chromat included plus-size women into their show. This…

Mosaic hosts 'colorblind' racism workshop

The MOSAIC Cross Cultural Center hosted the first workshop of the semester, “Colorblind” Racism at San Jose State, on Thursday, Sept. 11. Approximately 20 SJSU students, alumni and members of the community filed into Module A to discuss experiences with racism on campus and analyze racially charged incidents…

No warning for missing Alpha Phi Omega plaque

The Alpha Phi Omega plaques, barbecue pits and tables went missing last year due to construction of the new Student Health & Counseling Center. Kevin Lowe, an adviser for the Alpha Phi Omega co-ed fraternity, said two fraternity belongings were taken without their knowledge. One…

American Policy makers need to focus on country’s current issues

Jerica Lowman

I remember when I first really understood how much politics influenced America. I was a senior in high school and President Barack Obama was just elected. It was one of those amazing events that happens in America. Obama’s election into office will forever be in…