Kurdish Night attracts local native community members

What brings you to Kurdish Night at Portland State? “I’m organizing it.” said Nima Seyed, co-chair of the Arab Persian Student Organization. Kurdish Culture...

K-pow! Korean music pops onto global stage

Youngdae Kim, a South Korean pop music critic, examined the global phenomenon of K-culture, and how it reflects modern Korean society in his lecture,...

Events from around the world

April 21: Volkswagen reached a deal with U.S. authorities following the diesel emissions scandal. Owners have the choice between VW buying back their cars...

Japan quakes: Response from PSU Japanese community

A series of earthquakes continue as a 7.0 magnitude mainshock hit southwest Japan Thursday, April 14, and on Saturday of the same week. According to...

Telemedicine increases infant survival of Zika virus

Pediatric cardiologist Sandra Mattos has developed a medical system that is helping thousands of babies suffering from the Zika epidemic in Brazil. Mattos has...

Thai New Year Extravaganza

The Thai New Year, also known as the Songkarn Festival, is a three day celebration that takes place in Thailand every April. In commemoration...

This week around the world April 14–17

April 14: Phil Sayer, the man behind the voice-over in the London tube—“Please mind the gap”—and former BBC journalist passes away due to cancer....

Cannaparisons: laws and prices around the world

Marijuana use is widespread all around the world. Despite this, certain countries range from very strict to completely legal when it comes to cannabis...

Letter from the editor

The Vanguard would like to apologize for any fallacious remarks made in the article, “Guest speaker claims Israel as U.S. colony.” We represent a...

Events March 28–April 4

March 29: Cairo bound EgyptAir flight MS181 is hijacked by Egyptian man, Seif Eldin Mustafa. Mustafa strapped a fake suicide bomb around his stomach...

This week around the world April 5-10

April 5: In light of the “biggest leak in whistleblower history,” the Panama Papers have prompted Icelandic Prime Minister, Sigmundur David Gunnlaugsson to step...

News

Arts & Culture

On-Campus Events Calendar: Dec. 5–11

FEATURED EVENT DANCE Bolero + Billie Dec. 7–9, 7:30 p.m. Lincoln Performance Hall $34–58, all ages NW Dance Project performs Resident Choreographer Ihsan Rustem's Bolero and choreography inspired by the music of Billie Holiday. Tuesday,...

Opinion

End social injustice with Momentum Alliance: tomorrow’s leaders

Now that hate crimes are on the rise, minorities suffer the most. Although they have affected all minorities, the spike has been obvious against...