SFC members voted against Philip Arola's impeachement on Sept. 20. The meeting lasted two hours, and several students, protesters and student government officials gave input and testimonies. Alex Wittwer/PSU Vanguard

Student activists demand apology after controversial SFC member resigns

Student activists are demanding an apology from the Associated Students of Portland State University following the resignation of Student Fee Committee member Philip Arola, effective 1 p.m. on Sept. 30. …

Crime Blotter Oct. 1–4

Oct. 1  Theft A Portland State student reported theft of unattended property in the Park Blocks on Oct. 1. The theft occurred on Sept. 29.    Oct. 2  Peeping Tom …

Crime Blotter Sept. 24–30

Sept. 24 Burglary  A contractor reported an office had been entered. The incident occurred between 3:30 and 10 p.m.    Sept. 26 Fire Alarm Campus Public Safety officers and Portland…

Hill to Hall September 24–26

Sept. 24: U.S. House of Representatives initiates impeachment inquiry against president United States Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi announced a formal impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump amid allegations…

Crime Blotter May 20–27

May 20 Warrant arrest At approximately 10:02 a.m., Campus Public Safety arrested a non-student on a warrant and issued a Portland State exclusion. May 21 Harassing Communication/Trespass Arrest At approximately…

PSU President Shoureshi resigns

UPDATED 5 p.m. on May 13, 2019 Amidst an ongoing ethics investigation, employee accusations of unlawful termination and proof of deleted emails, Portland State President Rahmat Shoureshi resigned from his…

Capitol concerns

Amid Portland State facing a $18 million budget shortfall and a possible tuition increase of 18%, PSU students, faculty and staff gathered on April 16 in Salem to lobby for…