US diplomat: 20 years needed to neutralize North Korea’s nukes

On May 16, Joseph Y. Yun, the ambassador and U.S. special representative for North Korea policy and deputy assistant secretary for Korea and Japan...

Alive from Libya, it’s Wednesday at noon!

The Portland State University Studies program hosted a talk given by one of its mentors, Mohanad Elshieky, on May 17 in Smith Memorial Student...

This week around the world: May 20–26

May 20 Riyadh, Saudi Arabia An arms deal between Saudi Arabia and the U.S. worth $110 billion was signed during President Trump’s first trip abroad...

Kabuki dance drums performance returns to PSU

For the last 15 years, Laurence Kominz has been staging Kabuki performances right here on Portland State's campus. This year the show will be...

PSU alumni’s experience with the Peace Corps

Do you remember growing up and watching That '70s Show? If so, you definitely remember the main character, Eric Foreman, suddenly leaving the series...

This week around the world: May 13–19

​​​May 17 San Sebastián, Puerto Rico After 35 years in prison, Puerto Rican nationalist Oscar Lopez Rivera emerged from house arrest after having his sentence...

Outside the US, higher education doesn’t always mean higher tuition

The cost of higher education is a constant topic of conversation across the United States. Debates over rising tuition are happening at universities from...

Networking with the Alumni Association

New graduates can now benefit from Portland State by utilizing connections and resources exclusive to alumni. The PSU Alumni Association is a nonprofit association...

Kaibigan to report on mission to Philippines

Three representatives from the Filipino American Student Association, Portland State Kaibigan, will share their experiences from a recent mission trip to the Philippines from...

Die poppe sal dans: Troubles mount for South Africa’s president

The economy and political future of South Africa remain uncertain as embattled South African president and African National Congress leader Jacob Zuma faces a looming...

Students share experiences as women studying abroad

On May 5, Portland State’s Women’s Resource Center and the Education Abroad Office co-hosted a panel titled “Perspectives Abroad” that explored the experiences of...

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Arts & Culture

Solve for Why: Allie X’s Technology, Identity-Influenced Art Pop

It's been three years since Beyoncé performed behind the word FEMINIST in larger-than-life lights. It's been five years since 2011 was declared "the year...

Dutch baby pancakes

Opinion

Guam stuck in middle of bigger d*ck contest

It’s hard to ignore the news circulating about Trump and North Korea. The coverage ranges from the Atlantic calling it the “worst problem...