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The unsinkable Azealia Banks

Azealia Banks is essentially the rap industry’s Courtney Love: too loud, too visible, too aggressive and too smart. Like Love, if Banks isn’t working...

TriMet unveils new policies

TriMet—Portland’s self-proclaimed “#1 Transit” provider—celebrated Independence Day week by making moves to liberate Portlanders from the financial burdens of taking public transportation and unveiled...

Hill to Hall June 2–8

July 2: White House lawyer named new DEA chief The Trump administration has named former Deputy White House Counsel Uttam Dhillon as the new head...

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Arts & Culture

Immigration reshapes what it means to be American

In its more than 240 years of existence, the United States has seen near-constant evolution of the average American. According to U.S. Census data,...

Michael Moore’s ‘Where to Invade Next’ is Pro-America as Fuck

This article contains spoilers for the film Where to Invade Next. You’ve probably already made up your mind about Michael Moore. You’ve seen him on...

Cheap and dirty bike camping for beginners

The four things anyone needs to go on an overnight bike camping trip are a bicycle, basic camping equipment, an interest in getting out...

Opinion

‘I really do care, don’t you?’

America has a long-standing history of oppression, violence and injustice, but in all of the...

America the empire

While the British Empire is permanently in the background of Western imperialism, the United States...

The divide between art and science

Educational funding in this country has always come with a narrative: Science, Technology, Engineering, Math...

Unpaid internships: the good, the bad, the networking, the exploitation

We’re graduating, and it’s time to face an important question: What’s next? As much as...

It’s okay not to graduate

A few days from now, thousands of Portland State students will walk across the stage...

This Week Around the World: July 1–8:

July 1 Mexico: Presidential elections held on Sunday saw the victory of Andrés Manuel López...

America the empire

While the British Empire is permanently in the background of Western imperialism, the United States...

This Week Around the World: June 24 – July 1

June 25 Gansu, China: A video went viral depicting the suicide of 19-year-old student surnamed...

Middle East elections: what is missing?

The election season has come to an end recently for Egypt, Lebanon and Iraq. Presidential...

Where to Defect After Graduation

Denmark Denmark is a Scandinavian country bordering Germany and separated from Norway by the Skagerrak Strait....