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Jacob Simeoni (Left), a PSU student, captures a Pokemon gym with other Pokemon Go players. Miles Sanguinetti/PSU Vanguard

Pokemon Go brings crowds to campus

Pokemon Go may leave its player base glued to their screens, but the augmented reality mobile game has brought a horde of students out of their dorms to explore campus,…
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Silvia Cardullo/PSU Vanguard

Sexual assault ‘vastly underreported,’ say 30 U.S. Senators

A recent letter from 30 U.S. senators, including Oregon’s Ron Wyden, stated that nearly 91 percent of colleges in the U.S. reported no incidents of interpersonal violence on campus to…
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Accelerated program offers leg up to would-be lawyers

This month, PSU announced its partnership with Willamette University College of Law to offer an accelerated program that would allow students to complete both an undergraduate and law degree in…
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Illustration by Lauren Chapluk

Portland State Women’s Soccer Preview

The PSU women’s soccer season is just around the corner as they prepare for their first exhibition game against the Oregon Ducks on August 12, 2016 in Eugene, Oregon. The…
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Crime Blotter July 14–25

July 14 When Fruit Flies Ondine Officer David Troppe responded to a report of people throwing fruit out of a dormitory window. When he arrived at the scene, the fruit…
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Crime Blotter July 5-9

Car Prowl Parking Structure Three Officer Gary Smeltzer found two bags, clothes and a tripod in the east stairwell on the third floor of the parking structure. He suspected that…
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Scott Fabian, Director of Strength and Conditioning, gives the Vikings a workout in the new weight room added as a part of the renovations. Photo by Miles Sanguinetti

Athletics huddles on future Viking Pavillion

Construction is underway on the Viking Pavilion, a brand new venue on the Portland State campus for sports games, academic forums and other university events. The 15,000 square foot building…
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A portrait of Nelson Mandela in honor of Nelson Mandela day, July 18. Illustration by Terra Dehart

National fellowship brings young African leaders to Portland

Portland State is the first institution in the Pacific Northwest to host the Mandela Washington Fellowship. Doctors, entrepreneurs, industry leaders and politicians from 21 sub-Saharan African countries have joined the…
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Courtesy of Toni Masingale (Manning) on behalf of the Manning family

Former PSU professor of 33 years passes at 73

Bill Manning, a former professor at Portland State, passed away in his home after a fight with cancer on Tuesday, July 12. Bill was 73, and taught at PSU for…
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Crime Blotter June 27–July 4

June 27 Bike theft on the MAX Northwest Fifth Avenue and Irving Street A Portland State employee had her bike stolen from the bike rack on the MAX train while…
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Illustration by Lauren Chapluk

PSU graduate programs receive notable ratings from college website

Two graduate programs at Portland State were nationally rated by SR Education Group, an organization aimed at helping prospective students find the right college and some of the top graduate…
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