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‘Wall’ at Vancouver pro-Trump rally keeps out protesters

On April 2, the "Rally for Trump and Freedom" in Vancouver, Washington happened relatively smoothly despite approximately one hundred protesters who attempted, unsuccessfully, to rush the barrier...
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Elvis Depressedly headlines KPSU concert

Portland State’s KPSU college radio hosted a lo-fi music event featuring Erik Phillips, Boreen, Clovver and the headliner act, Elvis Depressedly, on March 22,...
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Portland State chamber choir ‘takes flight’ for international competition

The Portland State Chamber Choir presented their program called “Take Flight” on March 17, 2017. The choir is preparing to enter international competition.

Free speech or hate speech? Civil rights lawyer speaks at PSU

When Joe Cohn, legislative and policy director of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, brought his dialogue concerning free speech on college campuses...
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Smash Bros gaming tournament draws 200 to PSU

Portland State hosted SmashNest v14, a competitive Super Smash Bros. gaming tournament, on March 25. SmashNest was organized by Cascadia Associated Collective of Aspiring Winners,...

Professor of violin performs at the Noon Concert Series

On March 16, Portland State’s School of Music featured Dr. Tomas Cotik, a professor of violin, for the Noon Concert Series in Lincoln Hall. Watch...
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A walk around food cart city

I grew up just across the bridge in Vancouver, Washington—home to many small breweries, coffee shops and unique restaurants. Little did I know that...

Jewish Student Union hosts costume party for Purim holiday

On March 3, the Jewish Student Union of Portland State hosted a celebration for the holiday of Purim. Organizers rented the ballroom in Smith Memorial Studnt...

Super Smash Bros. smashes on after 17 years

The Super Smash Bros. club at Portland State hosts weekly gaming sessions in Smith Memorial Student Union. The recognized student club brings together an...

Theater Department stages Greek tragedy ‘The Bacchae’

Portland State's College of the Arts opens its winter term production of The Bacchae, a classical Greek tragedy by Athenian playwright Euripides, on Friday, March 3. In...

The Sound Grenade explodes at PSU

You are walking from Smith to your car on a cold winter’s night. Portland rain has covered the streets as the clouds overhead make...

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Summertime reading catch-up: Leigh Bardugo’s ‘Crooked Kingdom’

Last week I finished up my first year in my master’s program. I celebrated by doing absolutely nothing. I walked the dog. I drank...

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Caution: media bias

Regardless of your world views, media and news bias are highly discussed in today’s political world. Seeing obviously biased information in the media causes...