Kaibigan holds elections for next executive board

Filipino American Student Association Kaibigan held a discussion in the Smith Memorial Student Union on May 26 to elect next year’s executive board for...

French Club gives students space to practice

The Portland State French Club met last Friday at Chit Chat Cafe for its weekly 10–11 a.m. meeting. Club leaders and attendees discussed the...

My boba brings all my buds to the yard

In Green Roots Cafe on May 18 the Taiwanese Student Association hosted a tea party featuring bubble tea. Ayaka Hara is from Japan and is...

What you didn’t know about Polynesian culture

Portland State’s Pacific Islanders Club hosted its 14th annual Lu’au at the Peter W. Stott Center on Saturday, May 14. Around 300 attendees including...

Fossil fuel movement ‘breaks free’ across six continents

A group of activists set up camp in March Point, Washington on May 13, subsequently shutting off the exportation of petroleum from the March...

Seven continents, one campus

International Night is an annual event to celebrate and encourage diversity on the Portland State campus. On May 21, the Organization of International Students...

Events around the world May 17-23

May 19: Manny "Pacman" Pacquiao, famous boxer and "people's champion" won a senate seat in his home country, the Philippines. May 20: Body parts,...

Indigenous Lumads tour sheds light on cultural violence

Leaders of “Lakbay Lumad USA: The Continuing Journey of Mindanao’s Indigenous Peoples for Peace and Justice” visited Portland State in order to share their...

The agroecology movement: The alternative to unsustainable agriculture

Portland State Multicultural Student Center hosted a food and environmental justice discussion focusing on the global agroecological movement relating to local and international issues...

High attendance at India Night brings community to PSU

“About 12 years ago started with 60 and now have 182 people,” said ISA secretary Srinath Reddy of India Night 2016....

Events Around the World May 10–17

May 11 Coca-cola temporarily stops production of all canned drinks in Namibia due to water shortages. Canned drinks will be now imported, according to...

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Arts & Culture

Kjerstin Johnson: The writer next door

Kjerstin Johnson: Editor, Writer & PSU English adjunct professor An exceptional writer walks the halls of Portland State. While humbly eschewing recognition, she works tirelessly...

On-Campus Calendar: Feb. 20-26

Opinion

Cat declawing is inhumane

Look down at your hands. Imagine if the part of your finger above the knuckle disappeared. What tasks could you perform? How would this...