San Jose State bumps upperclassmen from dorms to mystery hotel http://www.mercurynews.com/peninsula/ci_18497369?nclick_check=1 With its dorms promised to incoming freshmen, San Jose State is asking 250 upperclassmen to check into its version of the No-Tell Hotel, a place with maid service, pool and spa -- but, as yet, no name or location. Like William Shatner hawking mystery rooms on Priceline.com, the school wants older students to commit to an off-campus hotel by July 25 -- or ask for a refund. They're being evicted from dorm rooms to make room for a bigger-than-expected crop of incoming freshmen. While some students may welcome this last-minute lesson in crowd management -- SJSU promises the hotel will be "business class," with Wi-Fi and a fitness center but no cafeteria -- parents are unhappy. Will they share elevators with shoe salesmen from Topeka? Or come home to Egyptian cotton sheets and chocolates at the Fairmont?