Portland Highland Games

The 62nd annual Portland Highland Games were held July 18–19 at Mt. Hood Community College in Gresham, Oregon. Hosted by the Portland Highland Games...

We love The W Lovers

Fleur Wood, one half of The W Lovers, is proof that sometimes it takes a Kiwi to sing Americana. Now based in Washington, Fleur...

Paris smashes stereotypes

The freezing floor cramped my legs and I woke up with numb hands—side effects of what I call "Francing." Francing included giving up my...

Portland Bureau of Environmental Services and Malarkey Roofing celebrate 30th anniversary...

This year marks the 30th anniversary of a long-standing business relationship between Portland's Bureau of Environmental Services and Malarkey Roofing Products, a local company...

Portland’s 44th annual pride parade: A retrospective

Earlier this month on June 15, the 44th annual Portland Pride Parade marched through the Rose City in a flurry of floats, cars and...
Lines of cars stopped up outside of Portland State University on account of a flurry of snow.

Slideshow: PSU snow day!

On Feb. 6th, Portland State closed at 2:00 p.m. on account of the heavy snowfall sweeping through the city. Here is a closer look at the campus under snow.

Vanguard ASPU Surveys Students on Proposed CPSO Changes

ASPSU Member Zack Shannon and Legislative Affairs Director David Coburn talk with the Vanguard about their student survey efforts in response to proposed changes to the Campus Public Safety Office.

Mixing it up: Two festive libations worth celebrating with

Leif and Emily once again share their drink secrets with two festive libations.

[email protected] with Brooklyn based band “Crushed Out”

Brooklyn based band "Crushed Out" plays at PSU for the Live @ Lunch concert series put on by Portland State Professional Sound. Guitarist Frank Hoier and Drummer Moselle Spiller talk with the Vanguard during their current cross-country tour.

Food For Thought: repairs underway

Repairs to Food For Thought Café are now underway. The café has been closed since the beginning of fall term because of flooding that caused an estimated $75,000 worth of damage.

Le Grand Continental comes to PDX

Can Portland out-do Philidelphia?
Get ready Portland, the West Coast premiere of Le Grand Continental by Montréal-based choreographer Sylvian Émard happens this weekend in Pioneer Square with over 165 performers. Here is a sneak peek at the rehearsals..

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Arts & Culture

On-Campus Events Calendar: Dec. 5–11

FEATURED EVENT DANCE Bolero + Billie Dec. 7–9, 7:30 p.m. Lincoln Performance Hall $34–58, all ages NW Dance Project performs Resident Choreographer Ihsan Rustem's Bolero and choreography inspired by the music of Billie Holiday. Tuesday,...

Opinion

End social injustice with Momentum Alliance: tomorrow’s leaders

Now that hate crimes are on the rise, minorities suffer the most. Although they have affected all minorities, the spike has been obvious against...