Campus galleries exhibit scholarship recipients’ artwork

For many prospective students, money is the deciding factor for attending school. Lacking funds, some turn away from the idea of higher education completely,...

Congressman Blumenauer hosts Wilderness Act public forum

Local environmental groups and community members gathered in Smith Memorial Student Union for the Wilderness Act 50th Anniversary: What’s At Stake For Oregon? public...

Socialists discuss capitalism and climate change

Global warming’s link to capitalism was the focus at a recent public forum by Canada-based political group Socialist Alternative at Portland State. “I assume most...

NASCC hosts annual craft fair and potluck

The Native American Student and Community Center hosted its annual potluck and craft fair on Oct. 1. The event featured numerous Native American vendors...

Chemistry students at PSU take home first place in state-wide undergraduate...

Chemistry undergrads from across Oregon flooded Portland State's Science Research & Teaching Center for the first undergraduate poster symposium and career fair. Placing first in...

Collaborative Life Sciences Building receives platinum LEED certification

The new Collaborative Life Sciences Building, located at Portland’s South Waterfront, has been certified LEED Platinum by the U.S. Green Building Council. The building is...

Bitter chill: A review of ‘Dark Souls 2: Crown of the...

As the final chapter of their Lost Crowns DLC trilogy, FromSoftware released Crown of the Ivory King for Dark Souls 2 on Sept. 29....

PSU cultural centers host summer social

Laughter and conversation filled Portland State's Multicultural Center as students and faculty members mingled, playing games like Jenga and Apples to Apples. Students attended the...

Dark Souls II: Crown of the Old Iron King review

FromSoftware's second entry into The Lost Crowns DLC trilogy for Dark Souls II went live Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2014. The DLC package plunges players...

PSU President Wim Wiewel accepts ice bucket challenge

On the green turf of Stott Field, Portland State cheerleaders chanted "Go Viks!" as others applauded. But it wasn't the Vikings football team that...

Rooftop party for online marketing connects businesses, students, faculty

The warm summer air of old town Portland's skyline was abuzz with music and conversation. Online marketing professionals and amateurs flocked from across the...

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Portland’s Lovecraft Bar sold after owner accused of sexual assault

After a post accusing Lovecraft Bar's owner of sexual assault and sympathizing with white supremacists traveled across Portland social media, the bar made a...

Opinion

In response to Commissioner Chloe Eudaly’s feud with local journalists

Portland City Commissioner Chloe Eudaly is finding herself in a social media feud with local journalists for a series mostly “friends-only”—and a few public—posts...