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Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Photos

Photos that say, “You had to be there”

John P. Sullins

John P. Sullins, a professor of philosophy at Sonoma State University, speaks to members of the SJSU philosophy club at the King Library Wednesday. Sullins, an SJSU alumnus, discussed the development of sociable robots for personal use.

Most of what happens at a university is not interesting to the eye. Maybe I’m just more of a writer than a photographer at heart, but when it comes to covering lectures, seminars, guest speakers, workshops, symposia, colloquia and what have you, a camera just feels like the wrong tool for the job.