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Ex-cabbie with homophobic history returns to harass gay bar patrons

Portland locals were alerted by social media users on July 26 about a man, identified as Daniel Svoboda, who was verbally harassing patrons seated...

Trump tweets news of transgender military ban, citing burden of ‘tremendous...

Early this morning, United States President Donald Trump posted a series of tweets announcing the decision to ban transgender individuals from the U.S. military....

Fascism on the rise: Portland extremists reveal themselves

: In recent years, droves of new residents have flocked to Portland, many under the guise of a Portlandia-branded utopian liberal oasis: an easy-going city...

From the hill to the hall: July 18-24

Senator falls ill Senator John McCain (R–AZ) was diagnosed with a fairly aggressive type of brain cancer, a statement relayed on Wednesday, July 19. This...

Board of Trustees lowers tuition hike. Will students still feel the...

At a special meeting on July 21, the Portland State Board of Trustees approved a resolution to lower the planned tuition increase set for...

A smorgasbord of student services

Admissions Visit admissions with any questions about becoming a PSU student and how/when to apply. Financial Aid Financial aid supports students with their questions regarding scholarships, work...

Crime blotter: July 3–16

Portland State University crime blotter: July 3–16 July 3 Two Car Break-In Ondine Upper Lot Two vehicles were reported to be broken into in the Ondine Residence Hall...

Board lowers tuition hike, but students will still feel the pinch

At a special meeting today, the Portland State Board of Trustees approved a resolution to lower the planned tuition increase set for Fall term. The...

PSU Board approves lower tution increase, credits increased state funding

Portland State University Communications released the following press release after today's special Board of Trustees meeting: "The Portland State University Board of Trustees voted unanimously...

PSU Chief Public Safety Officer to step down

PSU’s Chief Public Safety Officer Phillip Zerzan will be stepping down from his post on Aug. 1 after six years of service, capping off...

Vanguard heat advisory: how to beat the heat

Beating the heat becomes increasingly important as summer turns into extra-summer. The warmth starts to take its toll and incidents of heat fatigue and...

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You can’t remake memories

As a current trend, Disney has been remaking its classic cartoons into live action movies. Starting with Tim Burton’s 2010 version of Alice in Wonderland,...

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You can’t remake memories

As a current trend, Disney has been remaking its classic cartoons into live action movies. Starting with Tim Burton’s 2010 version of Alice in Wonderland,...