Stories tagged "SJSU"

Students surveyed for new Student Recreation and Aquatic Center

San Jose State University is planning a new Student Recreation and Aquatic Center on campus and invited students to complete a survey on their interests for the new facility. The survey was emailed to students via their SJSU email account and will be available to fill…

Spartans run past Anteaters, focused on Cal Classic

The San Jose State women’s basketball team defeated the UC Irvine Anteaters with a strong victory of 91-65 on Saturday at Bren Events Center. “We took better shots and we didn’t rush tonight,” head coach Jamie Craighead said to SJSU Athletics. “I thought we did a better…

Unknown Component's 'Arbitrary Ambiguity' lacks conviction

Unknown Component released its newest album, Arbitrary Ambiguity, on Nov. 7 with 10 tracks demonstrating the band's latest sound. This album is the band’s third and latest album listed on unknowncomponent.com, and its first full-length album with more than three tracks. However, the band’s entire…

Actors go to insane lengths to portray Marat/Sade

Green lights, wooden cells and an empty bathtub littered the stage as insane men and women dressed in ragged garments trudged their way around the Hal Todd Studio Theatre in director Kathleen Normington’s engaging performance of Marat/Sade on Thursday. The Tony award-winning play, “The Persecution…

Sit-in for racial justice

Sit-in for racial justice

More than 60 students, faculty, staff and community members filed into Tower Hall  last Thursday  as part of a one hour sit-in to show President Mohammad Qayoumi their “outrage” of a recent racial incident on campus. Organizers, Students for Racial Equality, wanted to bring awareness…