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San José Mayor Sam Liccardo and other city officials introduced a proposal to the San Jose Police Department according t...
06/07/2020

San José Mayor Sam Liccardo and other city officials introduced a proposal to the San Jose Police Department according to a news release on Tuesday from the mayor’s office.
The news release states that SJPD should share criteria for crowd control methods, examine the use of kinetic impact projectiles (KIP) such as rubber bullets and reform the use of force policies. For more on the protests in San José and how SJPD is responding, check out the full story linked below.

https://sjsunews.com/article/police-reform-in-san-jose

Writer: Bryanna Bartlett
Photo: Christian Trujano

Photo Caption: “When we came face to face with the cops and their line at Seventh Street, the smoke started coming and [my friend] Joseph continued to stand in the middle and play his guitar,” San Jose resident Joshua Landers said. “Then, he was hit in the face with rubber bullets.”

U.S. leaders gathered in a virtual town hall hosted by the @NAACP yesterday, to discuss ways of approaching systemic pol...
06/05/2020

U.S. leaders gathered in a virtual town hall hosted by the
@NAACP yesterday, to discuss ways of approaching systemic police brutality and racism. Check out the full story by News Editor Andrea Briseño linked below:⁠

sjsunews.com/article/u.s.-leaders-talk-race-after-all-four-officers-involved-in-george-floyd-death-are-arrested-and-charged

Photo by: Executive Producer Jesus Tellitud

Photo Caption: Hundreds of #BlackLivesMatter advocates gathered at Oakland City Hall on Monday to protest and bring awareness to the revolution against police brutality.⁠

Invest in YOU this summer by enrolling at Las Positas College. Take cheaper classes and get your units transferred to SJ...
06/02/2020

Invest in YOU this summer by enrolling at Las Positas College. Take cheaper classes and get your units transferred to SJSU. Visit website to learn more. #ad

Spartans, save money by enrolling at Chabot College for summer classes and then transfer the units to SJSU. Invest in YO...
05/28/2020

Spartans, save money by enrolling at Chabot College for summer classes and then transfer the units to SJSU. Invest in YOU - visit www.chabotcollege.edu to learn more. #ad

COLUMN: Rushing to reopen fall sports puts student-athletes and fans at risk. Full story linked below by Sports Editor K...
05/28/2020

COLUMN: Rushing to reopen fall sports puts student-athletes and fans at risk. Full story linked below by Sports Editor Katie Hoedt.

Photo by Jesus Tellitud

sjsunews.com/article/column-bringing-back-fall-sports-is-too-risky-

Invest in YOU this summer by enrolling at Las Positas College. Take cheaper classes and get your units transferred to SJ...
05/26/2020

Invest in YOU this summer by enrolling at Las Positas College. Take cheaper classes and get your units transferred to SJSU. Visit website to learn more. #ad

Spartans, save money by enrolling at Chabot College for summer classes and then transfer the units to SJSU. Invest in YO...
05/21/2020

Spartans, save money by enrolling at Chabot College for summer classes and then transfer the units to SJSU. Invest in YOU - visit www.chabotcollege.edu to learn more. #ad

Invest in YOU this summer by enrolling at Las Positas College. Take cheaper classes and get your units transferred to SJ...
05/19/2020

Invest in YOU this summer by enrolling at Las Positas College. Take cheaper classes and get your units transferred to SJSU. Visit website to learn more. #ad

Spartans, save money by enrolling at Chabot College for summer classes and then transfer the units to SJSU. Invest in YO...
05/14/2020

Spartans, save money by enrolling at Chabot College for summer classes and then transfer the units to SJSU. Invest in YOU - visit www.chabotcollege.edu to learn more. #ad

Today the CSU (Cal State University) Chancellor Timothy White announced that classes for the Fall 2020 semester will rem...
05/13/2020

Today the CSU (Cal State University) Chancellor Timothy White announced that classes for the Fall 2020 semester will remain online for the 23 campuses across the system. ⁠

#SpartanDaily has the full story linked below!

sjsunews.com/article/sjsu-plans-for-online-classes-during-fall-2020-semester

The horror genre has come a long way in the last decade, with new outlets to get your horror fix beyond just cheap scare...
05/08/2020

The horror genre has come a long way in the last decade, with new outlets to get your horror fix beyond just cheap scares. Staff writer Chris Padilla details the emergence of a horror renaissance.

Illustration: Nathan Doyle

Have you read yesterday's cover story yet?Some San José State students felt the weight of paying rent in the fall lifted...
05/08/2020

Have you read yesterday's cover story yet?

Some San José State students felt the weight of paying rent in the fall lifted off their shoulders when the university transitioned to classes online for the rest of 2020 to accommodate for social distancing guidelines. Some students said they are leaving their apartments, but face dilemmas in trying to free themselves of legally-binding leases.
“Looking for a female to take over my lease from May-July,” microbiology sophomore Sanika Samel wrote in a post on the SAMMY app. “You can continue into the school year if you want. [Direct message] me if interested, looking for a replacement ASAP.” Samel is a resident of 27 North, an apartment complex located at North 6th Street and East Santa Clara Street, just two blocks away from SJSU. She said she wants to move back home because of the troubling concentration of coronavirus cases in San José and because she no longer has on-campus classes. This is the case for many 27 North residents who are struggling to get out of their leases.

issuu.com/spartandaily/docs/sd050720all-2/4

Writer: Vicente Vera
Vectors: thenounproject.com
Illustration: Chelsea Nguyen Fleige

Check out @elespartanosjsu 's content in the latest issue. Covering the lack of Central American studies at SJSU, import...
05/08/2020

Check out @elespartanosjsu 's content in the latest issue. Covering the lack of Central American studies at SJSU, importance of field workers especially during the pandemic, and the best Spanish Netflix shows to binge watch this summer.

issuu.com/spartandaily/docs/sd050720all-2/4

REPORTERAS: Ruth Aguilar y Jovanna Olivares y Isa Gallo⁠
FOTO: Vicente Vera / Promocional de IMDB ⁠
ILUSTRACIÓN: @vicentejosevera

The horror genre has come a long way in the last decade, with new outlets to get your horror fix beyond just cheap scare...
05/08/2020

The horror genre has come a long way in the last decade, with new outlets to get your horror fix beyond just cheap scares. Staff writer Chris Padilla details the emergence of a horror renaissance.

This spring marks the 20th anniversary of the San Jose State baseball team making it to the 2000 College World Series. F...
05/07/2020

This spring marks the 20th anniversary of the San Jose State baseball team making it to the 2000 College World Series. For the first time since 1971, SJSU had earned an NCAA tournament berth after the Spartans emerged as Western Athletic Conference co-champions along with Rice University. SJSU had an overall record of 41-24 and went 20-10 in conference play under head coach Sam Piraro, who was WAC Coach of the Year in 2000. “1999 was the build-up of the 2000 season,” Piraro said. “We had a lot of freshmen and sophomores . . . It was the same team just a year older and more experienced.”

Full story: sjsunews.com/article/college-world-series-20-years-later

Writer: Bryanna Bartlett
Photo:Courtesy of Junior Ruiz

Sage Hopkins, the SJSU swimming and diving coach, spent 11 years compiling 300 pages which recently led to the reinvesti...
05/07/2020

Sage Hopkins, the SJSU swimming and diving coach, spent 11 years compiling 300 pages which recently led to the reinvestigation of Scott Shaw, SJSU director of sports medicine and head athletic trainer, who allegedly touched female athletes beneath their undergarments more than a decade ago. ⁠⠀
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Spartan Daily has received 21 letters is support of Coach Hopkins. Here are some of their responses: @ San Jose State University

Today's issue is LIVE. Click the link below to see us cover:Covid-19 impact on off campus housingNew era of quality horr...
05/07/2020

Today's issue is LIVE. Click the link below to see us cover:

Covid-19 impact on off campus housing
New era of quality horror entertainment
SJSU College World Series
An analysis of the lack of Central American studies and much more!

#elespartanonews #spartandaily

issuu.com/spartandaily/docs/sd050720all

Spartans, save money by enrolling at Chabot College for summer classes and then transfer the units to SJSU. Invest in YO...
05/07/2020

Spartans, save money by enrolling at Chabot College for summer classes and then transfer the units to SJSU. Invest in YOU - visit www.chabotcollege.edu to learn more. #ad

Wearing makeup does not mean you need to spend a paycheck on products, you can purchase all the makeup you need without ...
05/07/2020

Wearing makeup does not mean you need to spend a paycheck on products, you can purchase all the makeup you need without going into debt by buying more affordable makeup.

Writer/photo: Brianna Sheats

sjsunews.com/article/makeup-that-doesnt-break-the-bank

The coronavirus pandemic has forced San Jose State to transition to an online setting for the foreseeable future, but th...
05/07/2020

The coronavirus pandemic has forced San Jose State to transition to an online setting for the foreseeable future, but there is some concern among students and staff about the effectiveness of these online courses.

“Remote learning is great during this time, of course, but I liked having a routine where I’d get to get ready and leave the house,” English senior Yulissa Ferreira said in an Instagram message. “My professors are really putting in that extra effort to successfully transition our once in-person courses to online.”

Writer: Andrew Glenn
Illustration: Chelsea Nguyen Fleige
Vectors: Freepix.com

OPINION: Reopening for business as usual is a surefire way to extend the pandemic and not even worth it. Full opinion pi...
05/07/2020

OPINION: Reopening for business as usual is a surefire way to extend the pandemic and not even worth it. Full opinion piece below!

Writer/Photo: Gia Pham

sjsunews.com/article/dont-reopen-businesses-just-yet

Invest in YOU this summer by enrolling at Las Positas College. Take cheaper classes and get your units transferred to SJ...
05/05/2020

Invest in YOU this summer by enrolling at Las Positas College. Take cheaper classes and get your units transferred to SJSU. Visit website to learn more. #ad

#BREAKING An audit conducted by the California State University found that San Jose State Athletics did not always honor...
05/01/2020

#BREAKING
An audit conducted by the California State University found that San Jose State Athletics did not always honor donors’ intentions on where the money should be used when processing donations.

SJSU requested the audit following the Spartan Daily’s reporting in “Millions Misused: SJSU allegedly mishandled $6.3 million per documents.” Based on sources and confirmed by documents, in May 2019 the Daily reported that less than 5% of Spartan Foundation money intended for athletic scholarships was distributed to SJSU athletes from 2013-2016.

LINK TO READ MORE: https://sjsunews.com/article/csu-audit-finds-misuse-of-donor-money-at-sjsu

In today's issue, Spartan Daily examines how environmental changes affect our lives during shelter-in-place and what cha...
05/01/2020

In today's issue, Spartan Daily examines how environmental changes affect our lives during shelter-in-place and what changes may continue after in which we must be prepared for. It is live and linked below!

https://soo.nr/2AeN

Spartans, save money by enrolling at Chabot College for summer classes and then transfer the units to SJSU. Invest in YO...
04/30/2020

Spartans, save money by enrolling at Chabot College for summer classes and then transfer the units to SJSU. Invest in YOU - visit www.chabotcollege.edu to learn more. #ad

Invest in YOU this summer by enrolling at Las Positas College. Take cheaper classes and get your units transferred to SJ...
04/29/2020

Invest in YOU this summer by enrolling at Las Positas College. Take cheaper classes and get your units transferred to SJSU. Visit website to learn more. #ad

Be a part of the best college newspaper in California! You’ll Learn leadership skills, promote campus community voices, ...
04/23/2020

Be a part of the best college newspaper in California! You’ll Learn leadership skills, promote campus community voices, and engage readers. Deadline to apply is Friday, April 24.

04/23/2020

Psychology senior Elizabeth Craig was designing “yarn critters” and contemplated selling them when the coronavirus pandemic caused her to take her arts and crafts skills to another direction. She said her grandma taught her how to sew and right away began mass producing face masks to sell on the online marketplace for homemade items, Etsy. Not too long after, Craig received a special request from a buyer. “I told her I'll deliver a little bit every day, so I was dropping off like 15 a day,” she said. Read her story in today’s paper, link in bio. Visit her Instagram page to see more of her work @sweet_like_homemade (Photos courtesy of Elizabeth Craig).⁠
Link in bio.⁠


Story and video by @vicentejosevera

San Jose State is planning for all Fall 2020 classes to be fully online, according to a campuswide email from Vincent De...
04/23/2020

San Jose State is planning for all Fall 2020 classes to be fully online, according to a campuswide email from Vincent Del Casino, provost and senior vice president for academic affairs.⁠

Del Casino stated in the email that because it is unclear how the coronavirus pandemic will affect the upcoming semester, the university is proactively planning for every scenario.⁠

" It is unclear what kind of world we will be walking into in August when the new academic year begins, or how it will change throughout the semester," he stated.⁠

He also stated that if public officials allow the option to offer some courses in-person then SJSU will work with departments to adjust accordingly.⁠

Some of the factors Del Casino said the school is accounting for is reimagining lab, studio and performance courses and increasing flexibility in online classes so students can balance their personal lives.⁠

"Planning this way allows SJSU to implement a course schedule that reflects today’s ever-changing reality," he stated.

04/23/2020

Psychology senior Elizabeth Craig was designing “yarn critters” and contemplated selling them when the coronavirus pandemic caused her to take her arts and crafts skills to another direction. She said her grandma taught her how to sew and right away began mass producing face masks to sell on the online marketplace for homemade items, Etsy. Not too long after, Craig received a special request from a buyer. “I told her I'll deliver a little bit every day, so I was dropping off like 15 a day,” she said. Read her story in today’s paper, link in bio. Visit her Instagram page to see more of her work @sweet_like_homemade (Photos courtesy of Elizabeth Craig).⁠
Link in bio.⁠


Story and video by @vicentejosevera

SJSU student creates and sells custom face masks online and a professor talks climate change dangers with students. 🗞⁠⁠T...
04/23/2020

SJSU student creates and sells custom face masks online and a professor talks climate change dangers with students. 🗞⁠

Today’s issue is live. Link in bio.

Adjusting to studying from home is hard. You have to learn in an unusual location without educational resources you depe...
04/23/2020

Adjusting to studying from home is hard. You have to learn in an unusual location without educational resources you depend upon and expect. Basic things like raising your hand to ask a question no longer work. Science & Tech Editor Kunal Mehta gets this, as he’s gone through it before. After struggling for nearly a year to be productive at his job, Mehta has now spent more than five years working remotely. He credits his productivity to creating a good physical space that allows him to stay on task and get his work done. Here are his tips:

Spartans, save money by enrolling at Chabot College for summer classes and then transfer the units to SJSU. Invest in YO...
04/23/2020

Spartans, save money by enrolling at Chabot College for summer classes and then transfer the units to SJSU. Invest in YOU - visit www.chabotcollege.edu to learn more. #ad

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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
Israel might be erased on paper by the antisemites who unfortunately attend your school, but it will never be erased from the planet. Thank you for the map that despite this mistake clearly shows what Arab Imperialism looks like!
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?
Viva the Spartan Daily
Spartan Daily SB 320 provides free RU 486 an abortion inducing drug. RU 486 is a different drug from Plan B. Please correct this false information immediately. This is is a horribly fact checked piece of journalism. You should be ashamed of yourselves.
ANANDA JAZZ ENSEMBLE: BACK TO SCHOOL. Really happy to invite you all to Ananda Jazz Ensemble first performance as part of the SJSU LISTENING HOUR concert series, the very Cool program hosted by the School of Music and Dance for everyone. WHERE?: Concert Hall of the School of Music and Dance Building. San Jose State University. WHEN?: 12:30 to 1:20 pm this Thursday 09/28/17 . And of course, is Free admission. So treat yourself before/after lunch with a 50 min Set of Jazz, Blues and Latin music if you are around campus.
The San Jose Earthquakes are excited to host San Jose State University at our annual College Night! Whether you are a student, alumni, teacher, friend, or want to invite someone who secretly wishes they were a Spartan come to Avaya Stadium on Wednesday September 27th at 7:15PM as we take on Chicago. Each ticket will come with an exclusive SJSU giveaway item and to avoid serious fomo, be sure to get your tickets quickly! March onward down to Avaya Stadium as the Quakes will win the day! Go Quakes and SPARTAN UP! All Spartans who Purchase their tickets by September 1st, will receive an exclusive SJSU giveaway
For the digital warriors out there, I could use some help. The shoulder emblem (or patch) on two of the officers in black at the arrest of Red Fawn (Oct 27, 2016) resembles the logo of H.E. Security. I am looking for confirmation in the way of better resolution picture or police affidavits. The officers in black were in the front line at the beginning of the video "Red Fawn Illegal Arrest" by Boku Napoli. There was a statement from Morton County that they were not involved with the arrest, but the arrest did include officers from Leighton Security and H. E. Security, who were supervised by TigerSwan. I am gathering this information for another video regarding the brutal arrest of Red Fawn. (I don't see the black backpack on his left leg when he limps away from Red Fawn's face.)
Brutal Arrest of Red Fawn The Men In Black On Oct. 18th, 2016 Morton County released the statement that "there are several Security Companies working for the DAPL pipeline TigerSwan Security is in charge of the DAPL Intelligence and overall supervisor of the other security companies.Leighton Security and HE Security are in charge of security for the DAPL equipment at the work sites. Leighton Security is working under HE Security." On Oct. 27th, 2016 the police raided the 1851 Treaty Camp near Standing Rock, ND. Officers targeted Red Fawn Fallis, tackled her, and threw her to the ground. While she was pinned to the ground, shots were fired. This video is an attempt to identify the officers from HE Security, and how they participated in the arrest.