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Downtown protest declared civil disturbance

Another day of rallies filled Portland’s downtown park blocks on Nov. 17, sparking conflicts between members of various right- and left-wing groups days after...

Portlanders rally for transgender rights

LGBTQ+ advocacy group Won’t Be Erased PDX held a rally on Nov. 16 at Portland City Hall to protest an unreleased Trump administration memo...

Campus, Portland police on leave after man pronounced dead at hospital

Four Portland State campus public safety officers and two Portland police officers are on administrative leave while an investigation is underway in the death...

Update on Jamal Khashoggi Case

The Central Intelligence Agency released a statement on Nov. 15, claiming Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the killing of the Saudi journalist...

PSU Native American center celebrates 15th anniversary

Portland State students, alumni, faculty and community members gathered on Nov. 13 in celebration of the 15th anniversary of the Native American Student and...

Mulugeta Seraw remembered

The Urban League of Portland held a conference on Nov. 13 at University Place Conference Center to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the death of...

Crime Blotter Nov. 5–12

Nov. 5 Vehicle break-in Parking Structure 3 At 5:45 p.m., a student reported their car had been broken into and looked through. However, nothing was stolen.   Nov. 6 Burglary Smith...

This Week Around the World: Nov. 11–18

Nov. 11–14 Israel; Gaza, Palestinian Territory: In the largest escalation of fighting since the 2014 Gaza War, the Gaza Strip and southern Israel exchanged...

Hill to Hall Nov. 13–Nov. 16

Nov. 13: Cause of Woolsey may be nuclear plant, officials say The Safety and Enforcement division of the California Public Utilities Commission is cooperating...

Black Friday, Cyber Monday and the future of consumerism

The holiday season retailers are counting on shoppers to take department stores by storm on Black Friday and scour the internet for deals on...

Is Portland ready?

As winter looms, it’s hard to forget the infamous Portland Snowpocalypse of 2016, when on Dec.16 a snowstorm hit the Portland metro area overnight,...

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Hill to Hall Dec. 1–7

Arts & Culture

Book pedalers

Laura Moulton stood in front of the art museum next to a cargo bike stuffed with books last month at the Portland...

Events Calendar Dec. 11–17

Events Calendar Dec. 4–10

Opinion

Does captivity kill?

The logic used to justify elephant captivity and breeding in zoos is no longer appropriate. It’s time to rethink what living in...