PSU students demand $100 million more from state budget

Portland State students and members of the Portland public met at noon on March 3 in East Multnomah County Town Hall to voice their...

PSU adopts new religious accommodations policy

Portland State adopted a new policy for religious accommodations on Feb. 8, geared toward making students and staff feel more at home on campus...

Crime blotter Feb. 21–26

Feb. 21 Criminal mischief II Parking Structure 1 A vehicle’s driver door window was smashed. Nothing was taken. Theft Smith Memorial Student Union A 25-pound, yellow, hand-shaped chair was stolen...

Infiltrated: New marketing strategies model every American

The influence of social media and the general pervasiveness of the technology age have changed the way marketers attempt to entice and influence people....

Portland renters find their voice through new city ordinance

The Portland City Council unanimously approved a new ordinance that protects tenants from the cost of devastating rent increases or no-cause evictions on Feb....

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...

Cronyism in question

Associated Students of Portland State's Judicial Review Board heard appeals by student government members regarding failure to meet academic requirements on Feb. 1 and...

An interview with two Portland State activists

Donald Thompson III and Kaitlyn Dey are activists at Portland State. They have participated and helped organize actions such as Disarm PSU, 15 Now,...

The New Old Colossus: PSU talks immigration

The Portland State Multicultural Center hosted “We Won’t Go Back,” an event exploring immigration policy and advocacy on Feb. 16. Dr. Ronald Mize, associate...

Viks hold off Thunderbirds in one of the last games in...

The Portland State Men’s Basketball team (13−13) defeated the Southern Utah Thunderbirds (5−23) 93−86 Thursday, Feb. 23 in one of the last games that’s...

PSU veterans: a closer look.

More than 28,000 women represent Oregon’s veteran population. The I Am Not Invisible presentation, which opens tonight at 5 p.m. at the Portland Art...

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Arts & Culture

Fancy finals week pasta

My thoughts on wine are best summed up by, It’s great if I’m already drunk because if I’m already making questionable life decisions, I...

Opinion

The potential of our grizzlies

Several weeks ago I wrote a piece examining Betsy DeVos’ now famous “potential grizzlies” comment, in conjunction with Congress passing a new bill to...