Letter to the Editor

From Camelia Verduzco, Feb. 21, 2016 My name is Camelia Verduzco, a current undergraduate Business Student at PSU. I am writing to express my recent...

Letter from the Editor

Last week, the Vanguard published a news piece covering a $750,000 grant awarded to a Portland State professor for the development of sexual assault...

Letter to the editor: On waving Confederate flags on campus

I am a PSU student and as I was walking to class on July 6, I saw three older people walking through campus and...

Letter to the editor

I enjoyed reading your story about the 4YDG. Thinking about it, it’s probably the biggest lie ever written by our institution, or any college...

Letter to the editor: Student Trustee Pamela Campos-Palma

My first few weeks at Portland State were challenging. I was still trying to find the way from my [email protected]/[email protected] class to my P.E....

Letter to the editor: Response to “The Perils of Chinese Medicine”

I occasionally like to read articles that hold opinions that differ from my own to reflect on my beliefs and to think about how...

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 of Liberal Arts &...

Faculty file unfair practice charge against PSU administration

The Portland State chapter of the American Association of University Professors filed an unfair practice charge with the Oregon Employment Relations Board earlier this...

Students turn out, ideas sprout

Saturday, marked the second annual Student Power Convergence—an event where students came together in Parkway North in Smith Memorial Student Union for a five-hour...

Letter to the Editor: Tenure for teaching part II

Provost Sona Andrews made a statement in faculty senate in December regarding tenure at Portland State. “We can not be a research university without...

Letter to the Editor

I am writing this letter in response to [the] July 31 Vanguard article “PSU’s Diversity Action Plan proving difficult to define.” It’s important to understand both the background and goals of this campus-wide initiative.

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The Rite (and Riot) of Spring

Russian composer Igor Stravinsky’s ballet The Rite of Spring caused one of classical music’s most famous, exaggerated scandals. Rite’s debut on May 29, 1913,...

Opinion

Free yourself from the bad news barrage

Media headlines throughout 2017 delivered one dismal news story after the next. In this information age, troubling events bombard us from almost anywhere, and...