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Spartan Quest

Photo of the The Victory Salute, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Library, and the Cesar The César E. Chávez Monument: Arch of Dignity, Equality and Justice

Fall 2020 Weeks of Welcome Event

Embark on your Spartan journey by learning about SJSU’s key landmarks and the events that shaped our campus, community, and world. Learn more about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., the Library’s namesake; the Victory Salute (Olympic Black Power Statue); the César E. Chávez Monument: Arch of Dignity, Equality and Justice, the Quetzalcoatl sculpture (Plumed Serpent), the Antioch Baptist Church, and Yoshihiro Uchida Hall by immersing yourself in a virtual reality environment.

HINT: (Firefox is recommended) As you explore, use the W (forward), A (left), S (backward), and D (right) keys to navigate and click on the floating butterflies above the campus map to hear the audio recording. To enable audio, click the speaker on the bottom right corner of the screen. 

View a list of curated electronic resources including videos, articles, books, and more related to some of the featured landmarks on and off campus. You will also find the extended personal narratives written by the Africana, Asian American, Chicano, and Native American Studies Center Advisory Board and community collaborators. Find additional resources outside of the library's collections on our Spartan Quest LibGuide

Interested in contributing or assisting with this ongoing project? Contact:

Michael Aguilar, Outreach & User Engagement Librarian, michael.aguilar@sjsu.edu

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