Bridge to Russia jazz concert

The Portand Khabarovsk Sister City Association brought artists from the PSU community together Oct. 27 for a benefit concert. Proceeds from the night went toward the cost of sending a delegation of musicians and students to Portland's sister city this December. The musicians performed their new composition, the Amur Suite, for the first time.

Vikings rout lower-division Willamette

The 3-3 Vikings beat Willamette 36-10 Oct. 23, ending a two-game losing streak

Vikings clinch spot in playoffs with win over Weber State

After a tough loss and tie over the weekend, the women's soccer team came back to beat Weber State 1-1 at Hillsboro Stadium. The win got them a spot in the BSC tournament and put them in first place in the conference. We spoke to players after both games to get a sense of the team as they head into their last regular season game and beyond.

Third annual Portland Tattoo Expo

Tattoo enthusiasts and studios gathered last weekend to show their stuff at the third annual Portland Tattoo Expo. We talked to artists, organizers and hobbyists to get a picture of the expo and Portland tattoo scene.

Vikings fall to No. 3 Montana State

The 3-1 Portland State Vikings lost a close game to Montana State, in a match to decide the conference leaders. We spoke with Head Coach Nigel Burton, senior quarterback Connor Kavanaugh and senior running back Cory McCaffrey. Interviewer: Stephen Lisle

Oct. 9: Occupy Portland and the Portland Marathon

Protesters and runners came together Oct. 9 as the continuing Occupy Portland rally intersected with the Portland Marathon's route. Occupy Portland activists talk about the state of the demonstration and cooperation with the marathon. Interviewer: Vinh Tran

“Walktober” Hike

As part of Portland State’s orientation week the Environmental Club hosted a Portland Adventure Hike. The group started at the Green Space and hiked...

Viking Vets welcome reception

The PSU Student Veterans Association hosted a meet-and-greet for soldiers and veterans Sept. 22. We talked to SVA members, administrators and students to get a snapshot of PSU's veteran community.

Occupy Portland

Yesterday was the official start to the Occupy Portland protest. Starting off at Waterfront Park, the group then marched to Pioneer Square, and then to the official occupation cite at Chapman and Lownsdale squares on SW 3rd and Main.

Viking volleyball vs. Northern Colorado

PSU's Viking volleyball team narrowly lost a back-and-forth game with Northern Arizona Oct. 1. Players Garyn Schlatter, Aubrey Mitchell and Cheyne Corrado gave us the scoop on what happened and what's coming up next week.

Party in the Park

Three of us on the photo staff turned our cameras to Party in the Park yesterday, and here's what we came up with.


Arts & Culture

On-campus events calendar: Oct. 17–23

FEATURED EVENT FILM The Devil Probably (1977) Oct. 20–21, 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Oct. 22, 3 p.m. 5th Avenue Cinema $4–5 (free w/PSU ID), all ages From the copy: "think La...

ART ‘Caught’ review


Forget your identity; transcend your identity

Last year, I took the University Studies sophomore inquiry course, American Identities. On the first day of class, the professor requested that students introduce...