Progress is power

Portland is one of the most progressive cities in the country. Many have likened Portland today to San Francisco in its heyday: A place...

Cheap Meal Guide

I hate shopping for food. I’d much rather go get food prepared for me, with no mess or clean up, but unfortunately my status...

Eating on campus

Portland State is a huge commuter school, and when it comes to staying on campus for a majority of your day, students have to...

Student health insurance facts and figures for the 2014-2015 academic year

Student health insurance is a fact of student life at Portland State, and the following information will give you the basics to understand your...

Real talk: Residence life

So you’ve signed up to live on the Portland State campus, and you’re asking yourself, “Is this going to be worth it?” If you’re...

Campus resources for students with children

According to figures cited by Portland State’s Resource Center for Students with Children, one out of five PSU students is also a parent or...

The realities of urban living

Congrats! You made it to the big—er, still relatively small—city! Of course, if you’re a college student, cities are the place to be. Back...

Save money, cook for yourself

Add up your monthly food bill. If you eat out, you are probably spending between $6 and $15 a meal, three times a day....

The most annoying people you will meet on campus

10. The Lumberer: The person who takes up the whole sidewalk and walks slowly You’re two minutes away from being late to class, the streetcar...

The best areas to rent in Portland

So you’re moving to Portland for college? You’re going to need to find a place to rest your head at night; and while dorms...

Not your average PSU course list

If you’re new to Portland State, you may still be looking for a few classes to take. You might need some time to fill,...

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Arts & Culture

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...