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PSU celebrates the trees for Arbor Month

Whether Portland is experiencing rain, shine or everything in between, spring has officially arrived and Portland State will be welcoming…
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PSU addresses sexual violence

In observance of Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Portland State will be holding a variety of events throughout April to raise…
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Ethan Gardner, Kashi Tamang, Lizeth Gonzales, James Lopez and Haley White (Left to Right), collective members of Food For Thought, were left without a job following the closure of the student-run cafe. Photo by Miles Sanguinetti

A collective breakdown

Portland State students seeking a healthy and environmentally conscious meal were met with a surprise upon arriving at the Food…
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Harris Foster, ASPSU Student Body President, solicits interest for the upcoming elections at a table between Smith and Neuberger. Photo by Jacob Ashley

ASPSU prepares for elections

The beginning of spring term marks a new round of elections for the Associated Students of Portland State University. Each…
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Students vie for post-graduation opportunities

The approaching summer marks the exodus of another graduating class. While graduation is a feat in and of itself that…
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Crime Blotter March 31-April 7

MARCH 31 ARREST South Park Blocks Officer Denae Murphy observed non-student Ken Malmister sleeping on a bench at 3:29 p.m.…
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Students considering appeal to reopen closed cafe

This week students are considering an appeal to temporarily reopen the Food For Thought Cafe. The administrative arm that oversaw…
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Allina, MSW. Director of Health Promotions, SHAC. Photo by Christopher Sohler

SHAC plans 10-year anniversary celebration

A decade ago, the Center for Student Health and Counseling at Portland State decided to merge its medical and counseling…
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Salima Ikram, an Egyptology professor at the American University in Cairo, speaks about ancient Egyptian canine burials at Portland State. Photo by Alex Hernandez

All dogs go to linen

How long has man’s best friend been man’s best friend? Quite a long time, according to Dr. Salima Ikram, one…
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Mary King, President of AAUP, speaks about working and learning conditions at PSU at a Portland area workers' rights board hearing held in PSU's Native American Center. Photo by Miles Sanguinetti

Tentative contract agreement reached by PSU-AAUP and administration

After a year of contract negotiations between the Portland State chapter of the American Association of University Professors and the…
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Department Chairs voice concerns over the impact of a strike

As contract negotiations continue and a potential faculty strike looms ever closer, 25 department chairs and directors from the College…
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