ASPSU president-elect Adam Rahmlow held a press conference yesterday at noon in the Smith Memorial Student Union's Browsing Lounge to address Friday's Vanguard article detailing his arrest last summer and the charges attending them.
Details emerge about incident that took place while Adam Rahmlow served in ASPSUASPSU president-elect Adam Rahmlow was arrested outside of the Dixie Tavern last summer, according to Portland Police Bureau reports. He was charged with disorderly conduct, harassment, interfering with a peace officer, resisting arrest and attempted assault of a police officer. A jury convicted Rahmlow of one count of resisting arrest, for which he served a sentence of three days in Multnomah County Jail. He was acquitted of all other charges.
Jim Jackson, adjunct professor of geology at Portland State, delivered a lecture last month for the Yachats Academy of Arts and Sciences titled "Peak Oil: All Geology is Local," which covered the history and future of oil production, the many estimates of how much oil remains and the fact that global analysis of these issues has little to do with how a country's energy policy is actually crafted.
After Portland State's student-run radio station, KPSU, lost its AM signal last summer, the station's website suddenly became the de facto medium for broadcasting beyond campus.