Student Advocates for Higher Education member, Maria Blum-Sullivan asks Jose Antonio Vargas one of the final questions of the night. Photography by Yasmine Mahmoud #bringthemhomecampaign @joseiswriting #sjsu #sdbreakingnews #undocumented #immigration (at Morris Dailey Auditorium)
Pulitzer-prize winner Jose Antonio Vargas (center) receives a William Randolph Hearst Award for his film ‘Undocumented’. Photo by Yasmine Mahmoud. (at Morris Dailey Auditorium)
Pulitzer-prize winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas had a conversation with students in Dwight Bentel Hall at SJSU this morning. Photography by Basil Sar. #JoseAntonioVargas #immigration #undocumented Vargas will be speaking about his film ‘Documented’ in Morris Dailey Auditorium at 6 p.m. tonight.
Lauren McCurdy, a senior dance major, received ashes and a traditional prayer from Reverend Kathleen Crowe on a break between classes. Prayers, blessings and ashes are offered at the Bell Rose Garden (near Clark Hall) until 4 pm today in honor of Lent. Photography by Tanya Mutz. #SJSU #SJSUcampusimage #AshWednesday #Lent (at Spartan Rose Garden)
A fatal #shooting occurred south of the #sjsu campus today. Find out more at: http://spartandaily.com/?p=116716. #campuscrime #sdnews
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Top: Abraham Rodriguez | Contributing Photographer SJSU Forward Riana Byrd (44) leads past Fresno State’s Toni Smith( 42) andRobin Draper (22) , winning the game for the Spartans 68-66.
Bottom left: Jasmine Smith (11) goes for the two pointer in Saturday’s game against Fresno State’s Bulldogs.
Bottom right: SJSU’s Classye James (15) leads a charge against Fresno State’s Taylor Thompson (33) to a narrow two point victory over the Bulldogs. Photography contributed by Abraham Rodriguez.
On Saturday the San Jose women’s basketball team played a battling game against rival Fresno State and closed the game out in a buzzer-beating fashion. The final score was 68-66. For the full game recap read Colton Seike’s article at http://spartandaily.com/?p=115584.
San Jose State football head coach Ron Caragher talks about the 2014 recruit class during a press conference on Wednesday.
The 2014 SJSU football recruiting class features 20 prospects and a record nine 3-star recruits, in what may be the Spartans’ best recruiting class ever. Find out more in Ryan Brown’s article http://spartandaily.com/?p=115381. Photography and Inforgraphic by Ryan Brown.
Top: SJSU sophomore Cassandra Harrison executes one of her moves on the balance beam during a meet against UC Davis on Friday. The Spartans won 194.950-194.200.
Center left: Alyssa Kaschak sprays a liquid substance on her hand before participating in the uneven bars during SJSU’s first home meet of the season. Center right: The San Jose State gymnastics team performs a ceremonial-like cheer before the start of the floor exercise routine against UC Davis on Friday.
Bottom left: SJSU sophomore Alyssa Kaschak spins in the air on the uneven bars during a meet against UC Davis.
Bottom right: SJSU junior Alyssa Montalban pushes off the vault on her turn during the meet on Friday. Montalban scored 9.750.
San Jose State’s gymnastics team came out on top against UC Davis last Friday during their first home meet of the season. Read Jasmine Leyva’s recap of the meet at http://spartandaily.com/?p=115507 . Photography by Juan Reyes.
Danielle Simmonds, a barista at Philz Coffee in downtown San Jose who was affected by the recent minimum wage increase, brews a customer’s coffee during her shift. San Jose raised its minimum wage which became effective January 1, 2014 from $10 to $10.15 an hour because of the annual cost of living. Find out more in Colton Seike’s article at http://goo.gl/4GWUkV. Photography by Colton Seike.