Events around the world June 28–July 1

June 28: Zimbabwe restores its electricity after large amounts of power was lost due to a hitch in its distribution system. Half of its...

IE3 Global internships: Connecting students to international professions

With over 200 study abroad programs offered at Portland State, students who are interested in going overseas may be overwhelmed with the amount of...

Events around the world June 21 – 26

June 21 Juma, a female rare jaguar was shot dead in Brazil, after the animal escaped from its handlers. Juma, being used as a...

Brexit: a phenomenon rejecting globalization

The UK referendum to leave the European Union, also known as Brexit, passed on Thursday June 23, after 52 percent voted in favor. Economic fear...

Events Around the World 24–31

May 25: A section of embankment of Florence's River Arno collapses, destructing the road and sending at least 20 cars into the newly formed...

PSU community gets pumped up for African Heritage Night

Over 500 community members and students attending the 36th annual African Heritage Night hosted by the Association of African Students at the Smith Memorial...

Japan Night: bringing together traditional and modern culture

The Japanese Student Society presented the annual Japan Night in the Smith Memorial Student Union at Portland State on May 27. Japan Night celebrated...

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...

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Arts & Culture

A crowdsourced list of literature for the new alum

With graduation looming around the corner, many Portland State grads will find themselves with extra down time. Not to worry, though! C.J. has you...

Opinion

The divide between art and science

Educational funding in this country has always come with a narrative: Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM) is in crisis, and that’s what we hear...