U.S. bombs hospital in Afghanistan

22 people, including three children, are now dead after a bombing at a Doctors Without Borders (Médecins Sans Frontières, MSF) hospital in the city...

The de-development of Gaza

Within the past six years, Gaza has gone through three consecutive military operations: the first from Dec. 27, 2008 to Jan. 18, 2009, the...

Confucius Institute hosts paper-cutting workshop at Lan Su Chinese Garden

Chinese and American cultures mingled for traditional paper-cutting at the Lan Su Chinese Garden. Portland State’s Confucius Institute hosted a Chinese conversation circle where attendees...

India’s mental health crisis

The recent tragedy at Umpqua Community College has once again surfaced mental health as a topic of discussion. The stigmatization, ignorance and lack of...

Review: U.S.-China forward movements

Chinese President Xi Jinping arrived in the U.S. on Sept. 22, on his first state visit since his election in 2012. While here he...

Native resistance to Canadian pipelines

Like the U.S., Canada has a long, sordid history of settler-colonialism. Exploitation of Indigenous nations continues today as nearly a dozen different energy corporations...

Russian sanctions: Only hurting the little guys

In order to ensure that Russia will abide by the agreements made during February’s Minsk Ceasefire Agreement the European Union decided to extend economic...

Trump’s immigration plan and its effect on Oregon

With the 2016 presidential election on the horizon, political parties are setting up their candidates and platforms to try to snag the executive office....

Change of heart: Why Spain has been slow to react for...

The flood of refugees making the dangerous journey, risking their lives to reach European soil, is surely a test of unity within the politico-economic...

The migrations of opportunity

Fall is here, which means the yearly migration towards classroom doors for eager college students is underway. As this seasonal migration occurs, universities around...

Russia’s war in Syria

The BBC reported that, since 2011, the Syrian civil war has claimed the lives of more than 200,000 people and has driven approximately 11...

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#Artists4BlackLives

Revolución Coffee House hosted Don't Shoot Portland’s monthly “Second Saturday Social Justice” meeting led by Teressa Raiford on May 13. The small cafe on...

Opinion

Trumpcare: Are we any better off with this new plan?

The House of Representatives passed Trumpcare, or the American Health Care Act, on May 4. While the bill still has to make it through...