Stories tagged "SJSU"

Spartans football honors former great, offensive lineman "DQ"

Traveling for the second week in a row, the San Jose State Spartan football team takes its longest road trip of the season Saturday to face the Navy Midshipmen in Annapolis, Md. During the game, the Spartans (3-3, 2-1) will be sporting gold helmets for…

Smiling students sees soaring yak

Hundreds of students lined up to grab free T-shirts, food and prizes at the Student Appreciation Festival organized by Student Union Inc. of San Jose State on Tuesday. Student Union Inc. partnered with Spartan Shops and vendors such as Nestle to create a bigger festival…

Craighead and company look to keep moving forward

Returning with plenty of depth, the San Jose State women's basketball team looks to improve on where it left off last season.  "We started something a year ago and we need to finish it," said Spartan head coach Jamie Craighead. The Spartans' depth chart sees the…

Art for, and from, the barrios

Mexican draftsman Hector Vargas hosted a discussion about two Latin American artists and two critics who influenced the way people look at Latin American art during WWII in the Cultural Heritage Center in the Martin Luther King, Jr. Library on Tuesday. Vargas focused on Mexican artist…

"Spray" app finding new ways to expand student communication on campus

On a campus filled with commuters, San Jose State University may have found an app that connects students easily. Spray Networks Inc. recently launched its new app Spray, which lets users text other users within a 1,000 feet radius. Sylwia Gorajek, Spray's chief marketing officer, elaborated on the…

Spartan basketball sets stage with more depth, experience

For Spartan head coach Dave Wojcik and his young players on the San Jose State men's basketball team, last season was a time for rebuilding with valuable experiences. The Spartans finished last season 7-24 overall and 1-17 in the Mountain West Conference. This upcoming season,…