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How much do you pay for homework?

In the last ten years, textbook prices increased 63 percent and are growing faster than all other college costs, including tuition and fees. Textbook...

Walk it out: Celebrate PSU grads on Sunday, June 18

This year’s Portland State graduating seniors will celebrate commencement on Sunday, June 18 at the Moda Center at the Rose Quarter. Follow on social media...

Umbrella etiquette

In the same inexplicable way that a little rain suddenly renders many Portland drivers mildly...

LARP it up, suckers: How to die at the end of my magic missile

LARP IT UP, SUCKERS: HOW TO DIE AT THE END OF MY MAGIC MISSILE Live-action roleplaying,...
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A walk around food cart city

I grew up just across the bridge in Vancouver, Washington—home to many small breweries, coffee...

Day trippy

While the charming city of Portland is filled to the brim with kooky coffee shops...

Ways to spend spring break in Portland

You may be bummed if you have to stay around campus for spring break instead...

It’s a Runderful Life

Hibernating for the winter has its perks, most of which are supplemented by a steady...

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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,...

“I Wake Up Screaming” Goes Deep in Noir

Director Bruce Humberstone’s thriller I Wake up Screaming (1941) features a mix of flashback-heavy noir and comedy as it tells the story of a...

“Cloud of Petals” Grows Common Language Through Cliche

I experienced the virtual reality and short film exhibition Cloud of Petals, by the artist Sarah Meyohas, at its Portland opening reception on Dec....