Get to packing and travel abroad

Portland State's Education Abroad office, works with a variety of international programs available as opportunities for students to study and travel around the world....

Largest telescope brings mankind one step closer to discovering alien life

The largest telescope known to man has removed 9,000 people from their homes in Guzihou province, in Southwest China. The 500-meter telescope is best...

Chinese Lunar New Year Festival flourishes

On the evening of February 26, Portland State's Hong Kong Student Association celebrated the Chinese Lunar New Year Festival for the third time in...

Historic production of Japanese classic play hits the stage

Portland State staged the first production of Japan’s classic theater style last week. This was the first time that a Kabuki play was presented...

Illegal organ harvesting on the rise in China

Followed by a thorough investigation, The Epoch Times has accused the Tianjian First Central Hospital outside Beijing, China as being an illegal organ harvesting...

Islamaphobia teach-in raises ongoing questions

An Islamophobia teach-in, held the evening of Feb. 25 in the Academic and Student Recreation Center, was intended to address the consequences of Islamophobia...

Indonesia shares cultural insight with PSU community

The second annual Indonesia Night was held Friday, Feb. 19 in Lincoln Hall. The event was headed by Lifia Teguh, the President of the...

International leaders of tomorrow attend PSU

Representing over 100 languages and countries from around the world, English as second language students gathered at the International Youth Leadership Conference on Friday,...

VSA cultural night takes the stage

The Vietnamese Student Association at Portland State University opened their doors to students, faculty, family, and friends to present their 16th annual show, Ngàn...

China rethinks one-child policy; baby boom ensues

After a four day debate amongst the Chinese Communist Party, a conclusion was drawn: As of Oct. 29, China ended its infamous “one-child policy.”...

The improved way to drone-cument

Over the past few years, drones have begun to shape how archaeologists survey and document sites. Drones are both cheaper and faster than older...

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Arts & Culture

Dutch baby pancakes

A good friend of mine introduced me to the Dutch baby pancake with an Instagram photo of one she’d made. When I asked her...

Opinion

Everyday paparazzi culture: respecting personal privacy in a digital age

Photography has become increasingly popular since the convenience of digital photography and smartphones. However, with the ease of use and sharing of pictures comes...