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...

Professor’s film makes festival circuit debut

Matt McCormick, a film professor at Portland State, has a few decades of filmmaking under his belt. His works have ranged from the feature...

YouTube star Clara C among performers at Hong Kong culture night

Hong Kong Student Association of Portland State hosted the "HKSA Annual Culture Show" to kick off the lunar new year, the Year of the...

Professor presents on how conservative big money made climate change controversial

About 40 people gathered in Smith Memorial Student Union on Wednesday, Feb. 9 to hear Dr. Riley E. Dunlap, regents professor of sociology at Oklahoma...

Pan-African Commons hosts workshop on pan-African unity

Watch some of the highlights from the pan-Africanism workshop. Nicolas Lee/PSU Vanguard Portland State students were invited to attend the "Pan-Africanism Vision Board Workshop," presented...

Are pickup lines still used?

Jamon Sin/PSU Vanguard Do you ever wonder if pick up lines are still a thing? Do they even work? I took a couple hours and walked...

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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...

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Looking back at an activist off-season

The NBA off-season of 2017 has been unlike any other of the past. For one, we saw superstar players get traded in lopsided fashion...