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Cardio-B

DJ Salinger Weekly Playlist May 8-14 Let’s face it: Cardi B’s newest album Invasion of Privacy is…incredible. That’s not just my humble opinion either; Invasion...

Power on

Spring is underway, midterms are around the corner, Trump is still president, and people are protesting in honor of International Workers’ Day. The urge...

Teaching Through the Lens of Filmmaking

Scott Ballard is an independent filmmaker, cinematographer and overall storyteller who’s traveling for work around the Pacific Northwest, the U.S., and in several weeks,...

‘There is No Planet B’

A group of Portland State students marched through downtown Portland Monday, March 5 to simulate a funeral for fossil fuels and raise awareness of...

Fun times destroying iconic art

Like all good things, Robert Frank’s quick and dirty retrospective Books and Films 1947–2018 has come to a close. Frank and his long-time collaborator...

DJ Salinger: Women rule

DJ Salinger Weekly Playlist: March 5–12 In honor of International Women’s Day, DJ Salinger presents WOMEN RULE. It would be impossible to include every amazingly talented...

DJ Salinger: Bass in Space

*Published Feb. 20, 2018 DJ Salinger Weekly Playlist: February 20–26 Bass in Space escaped planet Earth, a dystopian planet laden with infinite proliferations of human suffering....

DJ Salinger: Your missed connection

DJ Salinger Weekly Playlist: Feb. 26–Mar. 5 This is a playlist about unrequited love: honest, direct and inexhaustible. It’s a playlist for single Portland State...

Ex-google employee visits campus, community responds

Former Google engineer James Damore, known for his controversial diversity memo, joined students from Freethinkers of Portland State and Assistant Professor of Philosophy Dr....

Beer hall discussion talks racism and public health

Students and faculty of Portland State and Oregon Health and Sciences University School of Public Health along with community members, attended an open discussion...

Portland Winter Light Festival 2018 (Photo Gallery)

This year’s Willamette Light Brigade brought over 100 hundred artists from the North West together for a family-friendly 3-day event spanning the five quadrants...

News

Arts & Culture

Shadow of Demons: from Africa to Afru Gallery

In a nondescript industrial building in Buckman, demons, flesh-eating beasts and frightening human faces cover the walls, painted in vibrant colors on canvases made...

A Mercurial muse

Events Calendar Nov. 13–19

Opinion

#WontBeErased

The discrimination administration has struck again, this time targeting transgender and LGBTQ+ rights. A memo leaked by The New York Times reported the Trump administration...