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Event listings for Sept. 28–Oct. 2

Featured Event Bianca Del Rio 8 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 29 Newmark Theatre Fee: $37.50 (VIP Packages also available) With the name of the tour Not Today Satan and Bianca Del…
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Illustration by Lauren Chapluk

Campus Pride Index lists PSU as ‘Best of the Best’

An inclusive campus atmosphere is integral to welcoming and encouraging Portland State’s diverse population. New D2L modules like “Creating a Safe Campus: Preventing Gender Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, Sexual Misconduct and…
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Illustration by Shannon Kidd

Chilly Willy Sexytimes

No Sexytime writes: On a night not long ago, I had sex with a man I’ve been friends with for about a year and the sex was just terrible. I…
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The pipa performer, Yi Zhou. Courtesy of PSU Institute for Asian Studies

Lincoln Hall performances celebrate Korean and Chinese traditions

The Institute for Asian Studies is starting off the fall term with a bang, hosting two traditional events reaching thousands of years into the cultural past of Korea and China….
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An advanced 3D printed pattern. Courtesy of Mark Ronay

Engineering alumni win green tech prize for ‘liquid wire’

As technology advances and our population grows, engineers and businesses are increasingly looking to green technology solutions for a more sustainable future. This September, Portland State electrical and computer engineering…
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​Four-time Paralympian Asya Miller, Inclusive Rec and Fitness Coordinator Jen Armbruster, and PSU Senior Eliana Mason head to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Sept. 1 to compete in the 2016 Paralympic Games. Thomas Spoelhof/PSU Vanguard
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Rio bound! PSU represented at 2016 Paralympic Games

When the USA Paralympic team departs for Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on Sept. 1 to participate in the 2016 Paralympic Games, Portland State will be there. Eliana Mason, a PSU…
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Cult of Orpheus is: Sonya Myklebust, cello; Christopher Corbell, composition, vocals and guitar. The group performed in the Old Church Concert Hall Aug. 17 and releases its debut album, Time-wise Animals this fall. Courtesy of Christopher Corbell

Cult of Orpheus’ underground artistic renaissance

Portland composer Christopher Corbell is fostering a renaissance in the local artistic community. His project, Cult of Orpheus, fuses lyrical sonnets with classical guitar and chamber instruments to create a…
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“Adapt” brings dancers together for competition

Additional contributions by Andy Ngo. On August 20, 2016, the Portland State HipHop Alliance, Asian Pacific American Network of Oregon and AMP hosted “Adapt,” an annual dance contest, in Smith…
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Portland Opera performers sing at First Thursdays in the Ecotrust parking lot. Catherine Johnson/PSU Vanguard

School of Architecture serves community with mobile opera

Ordering food from a truck may be old hat for many Portlanders. Now, thanks to a collaboration between the Portland Opera and Portland State’s Center for Public Interest Design, you…
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Courtesy of Quique through Pixabay

Horoscopes for week 7/26-8/1

Leo (July 24–Aug. 22) This is a very special time of year for you, I think (I’m not an astrologist). I don’t really know what I’m talking about, Leo, but…
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Illustration by Terra DeHart

POV Dance challenges perspectives on movement and space

This week, POV Dance will open its newest, architecturally inspired performance “In My Own Space” at the Body Mechanics studio in Southeast Portland. Based on an athletic style of modern…
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