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06/03/2021

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#Ad Live Music is back! Check our events page for the schedule. Meet the winemaker and brew master events! Check our events page for the schedule. 10% locals discount available all the time on all purchases for all Santa Cruz County residents
https://vino-by-the-sea.com/events/

#Ad Live Music is back! Check our events page for the schedule.   Meet the winemaker and brew master events! Check our e...
05/06/2021

#Ad Live Music is back! Check our events page for the schedule. Meet the winemaker and brew master events! Check our events page for the schedule. 10% locals discount available all the time on all purchases for all Santa Cruz County residents https://vino-by-the-sea.com/events/

#Ad Live Music is back! Check our events page for the schedule. Meet the winemaker and brew master events! Check our events page for the schedule. 10% locals discount available all the time on all purchases for all Santa Cruz County residents https://vino-by-the-sea.com/events/

Brent Brennan is more than just the San Jose State football head coach for the players on the team. Writer: Samantha Her...
12/04/2020

Brent Brennan is more than just the San Jose State football head coach for the players on the team.

Writer: Samantha Herrera @sammiherreraa_
Photo courtesy of SJSU Athletics

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Today’s issue is live and linked in our bio! 🗞
12/02/2020

Today’s issue is live and linked in our bio! 🗞

#BREAKING: San Jose State’s scheduled football game against the University of Hawaii is being relocated to Aloha Stadium...
12/02/2020

#BREAKING: San Jose State’s scheduled football game against the University of Hawaii is being relocated to Aloha Stadium in Honolulu to comply with newly revised coronavirus guidelines set by The Santa Clara County Department of Public Health on Nov. 28.

“We explored many venue and date options for this game over the last 48 hours,” SJSU athletics director Marie Tuite said in a statement today. “Moving the game from San Jose to Honolulu became the best option based on our county and [California’s] current public health directives.”

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Delectable chicken wings and loaded crispy bacon fries are on the menu at GameDay restaurant in San Pedro Square Market,...
12/02/2020

Delectable chicken wings and loaded crispy bacon fries are on the menu at GameDay restaurant in San Pedro Square Market, the perfect complement to a game and an ice-cold beer.

Writer and photographer: Liv Gerber @oliviaagerber

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San Jose State community members have mixed opinions about the failure of Proposition 21 in the November elections, a pr...
12/02/2020

San Jose State community members have mixed opinions about the failure of Proposition 21 in the November elections, a proposal that would expand local government’s authority to enact rent control.

“People can try to control the price of housing as much as [they] want, but nothing is going to stabilize it other than having a housing supply that matches the demands in the Bay Area,” SJSU political science professor Matthew Record said over the phone.

Writer: Stephanie Lam @steph.c.lam
Illustration by Hanz Pacheco @hanzarts

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San Jose State is requiring coronavirus testing and has added new protocols for university housing residents who travele...
12/01/2020

San Jose State is requiring coronavirus testing and has added new protocols for university housing residents who traveled for Thanksgiving, according to a Nov. 28 campuswide email from President Mary Papazian.

The testing is in response to Santa Clara County Public Health Department’s new revisions after California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced on Nov. 16 the county’s reentering of purple tier, California’s most restrictive COVID-19 tier.

Writer: Isalia Gallo @i5alia
Illustration by Nick Ybarra @milkytoon

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Today’s issue is now live! Read it at the link in our bio ☕️
12/01/2020

Today’s issue is now live! Read it at the link in our bio ☕️

#BREAKING: Santa Clara County Public Health announced that all contact sports at the high school, collegiate and profess...
11/29/2020

#BREAKING: Santa Clara County Public Health announced that all contact sports at the high school, collegiate and professional level will be temporarily prohibited in an effort to reduce the rising number of COVID-19 cases in the county.

The revised Mandatory Directive is scheduled to begin Monday and last until at least Dec. 21, per @HealthySCC.

Photographer: Blue Nguyen @lam.thanh.thi

BREAKING: The San Jose State football team’s game against Boise State is canceled. A rise in COVID-19 cases and contact ...
11/28/2020

BREAKING: The San Jose State football team’s game against Boise State is canceled.

A rise in COVID-19 cases and contact tracing within the Boise State program led to the cancellation, per @MountainWest.

The game is declared a no contest and there is no plan to reschedule.

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“[Thanksgiving] is so difficult because in school they make it seem like people are lost at sea and we are very giving, ...
11/26/2020

“[Thanksgiving] is so difficult because in school they make it seem like people are lost at sea and we are very giving, so we decide to have this big feast together,” said Teresa Gomez, a political science alumna. “In reality, you know, a lot of native children, whether it’s their family or their blood memory, remembers that’s not the truth.”

Many Native Americans are expressing a new perspective on the holiday this year and are speaking out on the painful history and controversy surrounding the holiday.

“I think children are pretty smart so I don’t think we should underestimate what kids can or cannot handle,” said Chicana and Chicano studies lecturer Jesus Covarrubias.

Writer: Joclyn Aguirre
Illustration by Hanz Pacheco @hanzarts

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BREAKING: The San Jose State men’s basketball team’s game against Simpson University has been canceled. An issue prevent...
11/25/2020

BREAKING: The San Jose State men’s basketball team’s game against Simpson University has been canceled. An issue preventing Simpson not adhering to COVID-19 testing protocols led to the cancellation, per @sanjosestatemmb.

There are also no plans to reschedule the game at this time.

The San Jose State women’s basketball team remains optimistic and energized about their upcoming season despite state or...
11/24/2020

The San Jose State women’s basketball team remains optimistic and energized about their upcoming season despite state orders advising against traveling.

Writer: Laura Fields @lauranicolepie
Photographer: Jesus Tellitud @tellishoots

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“It was a win for civil rights that Prop. 16 did not pass. I am disappointed in my fellow students that would support th...
11/24/2020

“It was a win for civil rights that Prop. 16 did not pass. I am disappointed in my fellow students that would support the repeal of Prop. 209,” business finance junior Tuong Pham said after the initiative failed to pass with only 42.8% of Californians voting yes.

Writer: Laura Fields @lauranicolepie
Illustration by Hanz Pacheco @hanzarts

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“We went downstairs and I could see through the window that looks into the church. There was a door open in their kitche...
11/24/2020

“We went downstairs and I could see through the window that looks into the church. There was a door open in their kitchen and we could see a body on the ground . . . lying in a pool of blood,” said Richard Scholz, a San Jose State aviation senior, over the phone as he discussed the fatal stabbing of two people near the Grace Baptist Church Sunday night.

Writer: Bryanna Bartlett @brybartlett
Photographer: Jesus Tellitud @tellishoots

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Today’s issue is live and linked in our bio!
11/24/2020

Today’s issue is live and linked in our bio!

Yesterday, the Mountain West Conference announced in a tweet that San Jose State will not play Fresno State due to conta...
11/21/2020

Yesterday, the Mountain West Conference announced in a tweet that San Jose State will not play Fresno State due to contact tracing. The game is being declared a no contest and there is no plan to reschedule.

Head coach Brent Brennan said in a statement that the team had a great week of practice and was excited about its rivalry game against Fresno State.

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San Jose State will not play against Fresno State because of, “COVID-19 contact tracing within the Fresno State football...
11/20/2020

San Jose State will not play against Fresno State because of, “COVID-19 contact tracing within the Fresno State football program.” According to the CDC, contact tracing is a process to identify, monitor, and support individuals who may have been exposed to a person with a virus, such as COVID-19.

According to a tweet from the Mountain West Conference, the game will be declared a no contest. Currently, there is no plan to reschedule the game.

BREAKING NEWS: Due to the Fresno State football team coming into contact with COVID-19, Saturday’s game against San Jose...
11/20/2020

BREAKING NEWS: Due to the Fresno State football team coming into contact with COVID-19, Saturday’s game against San Jose State is canceled. According to a tweet from the Mountain West, the game will be declared a no contest. Currently, there is no plan to reschedule the game.

California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced that the state is issuing a limited stay-at-home order for the 41 counties in the...
11/20/2020

California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced that the state is issuing a limited stay-at-home order for the 41 counties in the purple tier due to climbing COVID-19 cases. This will go into effect starting at 10 p.m. Saturday.

OPINION: The National Basketball Players Association voted on Nov. 9 to begin a modified 72-game season on Dec. 22, mark...
11/19/2020

OPINION: The National Basketball Players Association voted on Nov. 9 to begin a modified 72-game season on Dec. 22, marking the shortest offseason in professional American sports league history and leaving teams who were in the Orlando bubble with a shorter rest time. Meanwhile, teams like the Warriors will have had a substantial rest time.

Writer: Felix Oliveros @f3lixthe3rd
Illustration by Hanz Pacheco @hanzarts

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“I didn’t know exactly what my role would be in giving my life to public service, but I decided that I would study urban...
11/19/2020

“I didn’t know exactly what my role would be in giving my life to public service, but I decided that I would study urban planning and political science,” California state senator Jim Beall said over the phone as he discussed plans for his retirement for early January.

Writer: Samantha Herrera @sammiherreraa_
Photo courtesy of SJSU media relations

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Some San Jose State community members have mixed opinions regarding a recent Zoom update requiring all California State ...
11/19/2020

Some San Jose State community members have mixed opinions regarding a recent Zoom update requiring all California State University campuses to indefinitely store class recordings.

“I feel like I can understand if they save it for a little bit of time, but forever is kind of suspicious to me,” kinesiology junior Molly Sheridan said.

Writer: Samantha Herrera @sammiherreraa_
Illustration by Marci Suela @mmsuela

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Good morning, today’s issue is now live and linked in our bio! 🌤
11/19/2020

Good morning, today’s issue is now live and linked in our bio! 🌤

The School of Journalism and Mass Communications virtually presented infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci with th...
11/19/2020

The School of Journalism and Mass Communications virtually presented infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci with the William Randolph Hearst Foundation Award on Tuesday afternoon.

Writer: Olivia Gerber @oliviaagerber
Screenshot taken by Olivia Gerber

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The SJSU alumni-owned brand Meridiem the Label sells gold and silver-plated jewelry while seeking to promote positivity ...
11/18/2020

The SJSU alumni-owned brand Meridiem the Label sells gold and silver-plated jewelry while seeking to promote positivity by donating 10% of proceeds to nonprofits.

The online retailer, named after the word “glow” in Latin, was created after shelter-in-place mandates forced owners Tiffany Nguyen and Matthew Delos Santos inside this year.

“I had a lot of extra free time just staying at home,” Nguyen said. “Just the thought of [having a business] really ignited a fire in me and I knew this was something that I had to bring to life.”

Writer: Stephanie Lam @steph.c.lam
Photo courtesy of @meridiemthelabel

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"I feel like a lot of kids are going through a lot, (for example) having to move back home because of shelter-in-place. ...
11/18/2020

"I feel like a lot of kids are going through a lot, (for example) having to move back home because of shelter-in-place. Having to readjust to a new life while having to balance online classes is really difficult for a lot of students to do,” Political science junior Sydni Tucci-Jones said over the phone after learning that the Credit/No Credit grading option will not be given for the Fall semester.

Writer: Stephanie Lam @steph.c.lam

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Good morning! Today’s issue is now live and linked in our bio!
11/18/2020

Good morning! Today’s issue is now live and linked in our bio!

Grub Burger Bar’s warm environment, hefty portions, unique drink variety and friendly servers make it a welcoming hangou...
11/18/2020

Grub Burger Bar’s warm environment, hefty portions, unique drink variety and friendly servers make it a welcoming hangout spot.

The burger bar is located 10 minutes down Interstate 280 from Downtown San Jose and serves signature condiments like cool jalapeño ranch and a sweet, dark Dr. Pepper sauce with a hint of vanilla.

Writer and photographer: Olivia Gerber @oliviaagerber

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OPINION: Recording the party chat for moderation on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 is a useless and unnecessary feature...
11/18/2020

OPINION: Recording the party chat for moderation on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 is a useless and unnecessary feature that Sony should drop immediately.

Writer: Lexie Shezifi
Illustration by Hanz Pacheco @hanzarts

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Tochtli Wear is an indigenous apparel brand that aims to preserve native pride in ancestral Aztec culture by producing c...
11/17/2020

Tochtli Wear is an indigenous apparel brand that aims to preserve native pride in ancestral Aztec culture by producing cultural wear, artifacts and traditional dancewear.

Yei Tochtli Mitlalpilli, co-founder and 1993 SJSU alumnus, named the brand after the native word meaning rabbit.

“I think that they do a fabulous job in representing our ‘cultura,’ said Enereya Salazar, an out-of-state customer.

Writer and photographer: Isalia Gallo @i5alia

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San Jose State University surveyed students, faculty and staff about issues related to race, sexual harassment and intim...
11/17/2020

San Jose State University surveyed students, faculty and staff about issues related to race, sexual harassment and intimidation, but was faced with a low response rate.

Writer: Lexie Shezifi

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San Jose State University surveyed students, faculty and staff about issues related to race, sexual harassment and intim...
11/17/2020

San Jose State University surveyed students, faculty and staff about issues related to race, sexual harassment and intimidation, but was faced with a low response rate.

Writer: Lexie Shezifi

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San Jose State handily defeats UNLV 34-17 at CEFCU Stadium Saturday night. The Spartans start the season with a 4-0 reco...
11/17/2020

San Jose State handily defeats UNLV 34-17 at CEFCU Stadium Saturday night. The Spartans start the season with a 4-0 record for the first time since 1955.

Writers: Olivia Gerber and Jesus Tellitud @jesus.tellitud
Photo courtesy of Ron Fried

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Does anyone care this article is wrong! Not all of it but you got the wrong Nixon and more, write a story about the raid on KSJS KSJS https://sjsunews.com/article/spartan-pub-brings-nostalgia-to-alumni?fbclid=IwAR1dNRCsiYvKZuVvrjhKGgIvD0H99sgrtFgoiBftXu6QrsJ_T48EJXFEjwE
How is the COVID-19 Shelter-in-Place affecting you? [SURVEY] Greetings, fellow Spartans. These are difficult times with the COVID-19 pandemic and Shelter-in-Place orders. Are you a full-time student? Or are you working as well? Are you able to stay locked down at home and get things done properly? How are you coping with this? A group of us at the BUS235B (Business Research) cohort would like to know. We intend to explore the effects of the pandemic situation on your stress, workload, and well-being. Therefore we would greatly appreciate it if you could kindly help us by participating in this short survey: https://sjsu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8IeSLGDZskkoEfz Thank you kindly. Feel free to share this post so it may reach more SJSU students. #COVID19 #WeAreInThisTogether #ShelterInPlace #SanJose #California #SJSU #SanJoseStateUniversity #Qualtrics #survey #coronavirus #pandemic #stress #lockdown #productivity #wellbeing
I remember this pose at the Olympics, I was a student at SJSU. Exciting times for a 20 year old.
Anyone know any good entry level journalism jobs in the area?