Geocaching

Looking to tap into your inner Goonie? Just whip out your smartphone and you’ll be on your way. Geocaching is an outdoor, modern-day treasure hunting...

Get outside, Portland is your oyster

Portland State students should feel incredibly lucky to call the Pacific Northwest their home (or home to their university). The city of Portland is...

The future is here, and it came by segway

Portland is a city with options for walking and biking tours, and in the last few years a new mode of transportation has become...

Hunting: The dark side

Most of us are carnivores (well, omnivores hopefully) who consume meat that has been processed in factories. In Eric Schlosser’s famous book Fast Food...

Bigfoot isn’t real, but Sasquatch is

The rural forests of the Pacific Northwest are a daunting and labyrinthian sea of trees that undoubtedly house many dark secrets, one of which...

Waterfalls that are not Multnomah

Every Portlander has heard of Multnomah Falls; it’s the picture-perfect day hike for anyone who is looking to get away from the city and...

Hand-in-hand through the day

Taking that special someone on a date can cause a myriad of reactions, depending on the level of your relationship. A new beginning will...

Identified Flying Objects

Disc golf, often called Frisbee golf or frolf (although that irritates some purists who are still holding a grudge against Wham-O) is just about...

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Arts & Culture

On-campus events calendar: Oct. 17–23

FEATURED EVENT FILM The Devil Probably (1977) Oct. 20–21, 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Oct. 22, 3 p.m. 5th Avenue Cinema $4–5 (free w/PSU ID), all ages From the copy: "think La...

ART ‘Caught’ review

Opinion

Forget your identity; transcend your identity

Last year, I took the University Studies sophomore inquiry course, American Identities. On the first day of class, the professor requested that students introduce...