Students protest PSU response to sexual assault allegations

“Rapists don’t deserve diplomas,” chanted a group of approximately 30 demonstrators marching across campus on May 31. The protestors—primarily members of PSU’s International Socialist Organization...

Portlanders mourn death of Gigi Eugene-Pierce, eleventh transgender person killed in...

This week, activists and members of Portland’s queer and transgender community mourned the death of Gigi Eugene-Pierce, a 28-year-old transgender woman who was murdered...

ASPSU frequently cancels meetings, citing lack of participation

The Associated Students of Portland State University canceled at least 10 committee meetings since the start of the spring quarter, most often due to...

Hill to Hall May 27–June 4

May 29: Bayer Monsanto merger The Justice Department approved the merger of Bayer and Monsanto, a deal amounting to $66 billion on May 29. Nine...

Suspect in custody after hit-and-run at PSU injures three

At least three people were injured in a hit-and-run at approximately 10 a.m. on Friday, May 25 on the Portland State campus when an...

Korea’s separated families face post-armistice uncertainties

The historic April 27 inter-Korean Summit marked a new chapter in the relationship between the North and South, as indicated by the summit’s motto...

More than 100 PSU Intensive English Language Program students win awards

The Intensive English Language Program (IELP) at Portland State held a ceremony highlighting students from the 2018 winter term on Friday, May 11. About...

Portlanders honor victims of MAX attack in anniversary vigil

Trimet shut down the Hollywood Transit Center in Northeast Portland for an hour and a half on Saturday, May 26 to commemorate victims of...

‘Come on down, Governor Brown’

Oregon’s Democratic Socialists of America and the Oregon Poor People’s Campaign held a rally on the front steps of the state capitol building in...

This Week Around the World

May 21 Democratic Republic of Congo: The World Health Organization launched a vaccination program amid the growing worries surrounding the Ebola outbreak in the...

Too sick for school: PSU student forcibly sedated and hospitalized claims...

Editor's note: The student in this story uses singular they/them/theirs gender pronouns. At 12:05 p.m. on Friday, March 9, Portland State student Ullahushi Lovsness, 23,...

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Colonialism weekend at 5th Ave.

If you’re looking for an easy summer blockbuster to help you beat the heat, maybe avoid the 5th Avenue Cinema this weekend. This week’s...

Opinion

‘I really do care, don’t you?’

America has a long-standing history of oppression, violence and injustice, but in all of the chaos, there are nonprofits, organizations and people willing to...