Featured Student Work
This page features the Spartan Daily Newspaper, newsletters, and journals created by students of San Jose State University.
All Theater Production Images (Theatre Productions)
Archival Finding Aids (Special Collections and Archives)SJSU Archival finding aids document local, regional, and California history, with a specific focus on history, politics, literature, and art. In addition, a large collection of university and faculty publications, administrative records, photographs, and ephemera are also represented. The finding aids in this collection were created by SJSU student assistants, interns, and university archivists.
All archival collections are housed in SJSU Special Collections and Archives on the 5th floor of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library. For additional information, please call the Special Collections Reference Desk or email Diane.Malmstrom@sjsu.edu.
Asian American Literature: Discourses & Pedagogies (English and Comparative Literature)
Asian American Literature: Discourses & Pedagogies focuses on the production, collection, and distribution of accessible high quality research on Asian American Literature for students, teachers, and the general public.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Current Controversies (Political Science)Current Controversies is a series of journals written by students in Political Science 100W.
Geist (Philosophy)Geist is a journal sponsored by San Jose State University's Philosophy Club, The Symposium.
Picturing Our Library: Watercolors by SJSU Art Students (Gallery Shows)
The Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library and San José State University Department of Art and Art History are honored to present Picturing Our Library: Watercolors by SJSU Art Students, an exhibition in celebration of the library’s 10th anniversary. The exhibit was displayed in the library from September 3-30, 2013.
Rendered by San José State University art students under the instruction of Professor Gale Antokal, a collection of eighteen watercolors captures the remarkable vantage points of interior and exterior landscapes of the King Library. Our library is a center for knowledge, a symbol of innovation, a place of reflection, and it is a playground for the curious and imaginative. Highlighting the multiplicity our library, each watercolor presents our library as a monumental feat of architecture, intellectual resources, and cumulative experiences from our community. Our library gives its patrons as much as we give it, and the heart of our library is the bond we have chosen to cherish and develop over the past 10 years. Our library is a hub of possibility—whether inside it, outside it, or beyond it—our library is always with us.
School of Information Student Research Journal (School of Information)
We are pleased to announce a change in title for SRJ. Formerly known as SLIS Student Research Journal, (2010-2017) going forward, our publication will be known as the School of Information Student Research Journal.
Although we are changing our name, we remain dedicated to our mission of publishing high quality, open access, double-blind peer reviewed articles to promote academic research. This change in title reflects our ongoing commitment to publishing student research in the field of Information Science.
School of Information Student Research Journal (SRJ) is a double-blind peer-reviewed publication of the School of Information at San José State University. SRJ promotes graduate scholarship and intellectual inquiry in the fields of library and information science, archives, and records management. Read more about this journal
Secrecy and Society (School of Information)
In this most recent issue of Secrecy and Society, we address how ideology and popular beliefs are constituted through knowledge claims such as "alternative facts," disinformation, disingenuous rhetoric, “populist conspiracy theory,” "post-truth," and propaganda.
Photo by Michał Grosicki.
Articles in this issue of Secrecy and Society explore conspiracy and paranoia in the Twitterverse, “elliptical secrets,” comparative views of secrecy and the paranoid style in politics, “black box secrecy” in education, and the Cold War Psychological Strategy Board. Issue 2 continues with a discussion of the Joint Declaration on Freedom of Expression and “Fake News,” Disinformation, and Propaganda, several book reviews, and an analysis of freedom of information requests submitted to Australian and U.S. government agencies on torture of Australian citizens..
Spartan Daily (School of Journalism and Mass Communications) (Spartan Daily)
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The Spartan Daily is the student newspaper currently distributed three days a week on the San Jose State campus and in the surrounding community. It covers news, sports, arts and entertainment, tech and opinion relating to the campus and its students.
San José State University’s student newspaper has experienced several title changes over the years: The Normal Times (Oct. 1909–June 1920); The College Times (Sept. 1921–Oct. 1921); State Teachers College Times (Nov. 1921–June 1926); State College Times (Sept. 1926–April 1934); and Spartan Daily (April 1934–present).
Summertimes, a supplement to the Spartan Daily, was published during the summer months from 1936 to the 1980s.
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To contact the editorial staff of the Spartan Daily, please direct correspondence to spartandaily @ gmail.com. To contact the Spartan Daily advertising staff, please contact spartandailyadvertising @ gmail.com. You may also contact the staff at 408-924-3283.
Themis: Research Journal of Justice Studies and Forensic Science (Justice Studies)
Themis: Research Journal of Justice Studies and Forensic Science is a professional-quality, peer-reviewed academic journal, publishing SJSU student research in justice studies and forensic science. The journal features student research papers and book reviews.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.