Stories tagged "SJSU"

Dogs without leashes may pose as threats, service dogs

A clash last Tuesday, Sept. 23 between a disabled student’s service dog and a dog off its leash on San Jose State campus brought up bad memories for disabled student Tammy Abreu-Butron, whose guide dog was attacked by an SJSU faculty member’s dog last year. Abreu-Butron is partially…

Committee in the works for new administrative candidate

The associate vice president of graduate programs and its undergraduate counterpart will be combined into a single position. The two current associate vice presidents Pamela Stacks, Ph.D., from graduate studies and research, and Dennis Jaehne, from undergraduate studies, came up with the idea of combining…

San Jose Repertory Theatre in limbo for its next act

The San Jose Repertory Theatre located at Paseo de San Antonio closed for business in June 2014. The performing arts building filed for bankruptcy after years of being San Jose’s largest theater company. The venues’ shows included a variety of musicals and drama productions. "The Rep"…

Gray, Spartans unable to run away from Wolf Pack

Gray, Spartans unable to run away from Wolf Pack

video by Tommy McCormick Nevada senior quarterback Cody Fajardo lifted the Wolf Pack to a 21-10 over San Jose State with two rushing touchdowns in the Mountain West opener on Saturday.  “I thought our guys really played hard,” Spartan head coach Ron Caragher said. “They swarmed to the…

The inevitable culprit of Student Debt

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Debt is a very daunting four letter word. Debt starts to accumulate from the stage of transitioning into the real world with expenses for items that aren’t affordable but appear to be a necessity. Thanks to credit cards and loans, money can become your best…