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Students rally against arming of CPSO

Students gathered in front of the Smith Memorial Student Union on Nov. 24 to rally against a resolution being considered by the Portland State...

EDJ rocks the Bunk Bar

Had I been taken blindfolded to EDJ's show at the Bunk Bar on Nov. 14, I probably would have guessed I was listening to...

SHAC debuts Mind Spa

The Student Health and Counseling Center at Portland State unveiled the Mind Spa on Nov. 3 on the third floor of the University Center...

Cascadia Meteorite Laboratory hosts fundraiser

The Cascadia Meteorite Laboratory, a group in Portland State's Department of Geology dedicated to the study and public education of meteorites, hosted its annual...

East Asian lecture series frames Beijing art

Historic Chinese culture was brought to life in Portland State's Urban Center building last Saturday, Nov. 1. Dr. Michele Matteini of Reed College discussed fine...

New AASPIRE healthcare toolkit provides resources for autistic adults

Last week, AASPIRE (Academic Autism Spectrum Partnership in Research and Education) launched an online healthcare toolkit to provide resources to adults on the autism...
Photo illustration by Joseph Thiebes

GMO measure cost breaks records

Oregon Measure 92 for Genetically Modified Organism (GMO) food labeling is the most expensive political issue in Oregon's history, exceeding the previous record set...

“Big Draw” brings out artists of all ages

Portland residents both young and old flocked to the Pacific Northwest College of Art's (PNCA) main campus building for the Big Draw, Portland's offering...

Economic forecast event examines Portland’s financial future

The future of Portland's economy was the topic of discussion at a recent panel and Q&A event hosted by the Portland State University Alumni...

China Town Hall gives insight into U.S.–China relations

A live broadcast of the National Committee on U.S.–China Relations's 2014 China Town Hall event—featuring former U.S. President Jimmy Carter—recently brought a discussion of...

Society of Women Engineers raises funds to expand outreach

The Portland State Society of Women Engineers (SWE, rhymes with “whee”) has raised more than 40 percent of its fundraising goal, which it will...

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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...