In a packed celebration featuring gifts and prizes recognizing outstanding student scholarship, the Portland State School of Art and Design … Continue reading Art History Awards Celebration honors student scholarship
The Portland State chapter of Movimiento Estudiantil Chicano de Aztlan, a national student group representing Latinos in the Chicano movement, … Continue reading PSU’s MEChA organizes week of Chicano awareness
Going outside? Help cut CO2 emissions and avoid paying for gas by using public transportation! Whether you’re sick of your … Continue reading Getting there on public transit
Three easy steps for your ramen enjoyment: Step 1: Go to Boxer Ramen. Step 2: Order ramen at Boxer Ramen. … Continue reading Boxer Ramen’s really really good ramen
The films of French filmmaker Leos Carax will be screening May 23 to June 1 at the Northwest Film Center. … Continue reading The Mad Romance of Leos Carax
Revolución Coffee House, a new coffee shop that opened in March on Southwest Clay and Sixth Avenue near the Portland … Continue reading A little bit of Mexico
Shortly into the first part of Lars Von Trier’s art house opus Nymphomaniac, which is now playing in its entirety … Continue reading Lars Von Trier’s satanic gospel, ‘Nymphomaniac’
Last week, Portland State’s student-run radio station KPSU completed its fundraising drive, AMP KPSU. The drive, which ran March 31–April … Continue reading KPSU gets AMPED for FM
Picture an 85-acre organic farm somewhere in Southern California, nestled between hundreds of acres of corporate oranges and avocados.
Unfortunately for the government, taxes are extremely unpopular. Especially among those whom said taxes least benefit: the extremely wealthy and corporations.
This ever-relevant fact is the heart of Mitt Romney’s campaign platform, and his raison d’etre on the Republican ticket. His tax-slashing budget outline offers up an economic plan that tries to be as little of one as possible.
Nowadays it’s easier than ever to forget there’s a real world out there. What with the daily routine of work, home and school, we spend 75 percent of our waking lives as slaves to our careers and futures, and much of the other 25 percent glued to some screen or other.