2018 UN General Assembly recap

The 73rd United Nations General Assembly opened on Sept. 18 at the UN headquarters in New York City, with the General Debate running from...

City Council candidates debate city charter, public safety and houselessness

Portland City Council candidates Jo Ann Hardesty and Loretta Smith faced off Oct. 5 in a debate hosted by the City Club of Portland...

Pressure on Board of Trustees to disarm campus police increases

A general assembly of students voted to disband the occupation after Portland State’s Board of Trustees Oct. 4 meeting. The decision came after 10...

PSU launches research centers on houselessness, future cities

Portland Mayor Ted Wheeler joined Portland State President Rahmat Shoureshi on Oct. 1 to announce the launch of a new PSU program, which will...

Protesters attend vigil for man shot by Portland police

More than 100 people attended a march and vigil on Oct. 6 to protest the death of Patrick Kimmons, a Portland man killed in...

Seeking asylum in Oregon

More than 120 Immigration and Customs Enforcement detainees were imprisoned in May 2018 in Sheridan, Ore., after seeking asylum in the United States. The...

Hill to Hall Sept. 30–Oct. 5

Oct. 1 - Supreme Court nominee once brawled alongside former Blazer U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh participated in a bar fight with former NBA...

PSU International Socialist Organization kicks off new school year

Portland State’s International Socialist Organization kicked off the new term on Thursday, Sept. 27 with an open meeting in Smith Memorial Student Union. Attendees...

International Cannabis Business Conference returns to Portland

Amid a national debate over marijuana legalization, nearly 500 individuals representing more than 20 companies showed up on Sept. 27–28 to Portland’s downtown Hilton...

Crime Blotter

Sept. 24 Graffiti Campus Campus Public Safety documented graffiti, signage and chalk writing associated with a protest on campus. Sept. 25 Theft Peter Stott Center At 4:28 p.m., CPSO responded to...

Hill to Hall: Sept. 23–29

Sept. 23: Regulators cancel license of cannabis farm linked to explosion The Oregon Liquor Control Commission announced its decision to cancel the recreational marijuana producer...

News

Disaster hits Indonesia

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Hill to Hall: Oct. 9 -13

Arts & Culture

Zoinks, Scoob!

Ah, autumn—the time of year when our collective thoughts turn to…horror? Whether you’re a horror nut or a theater nerd, look no further than...

Finally rich

Opinion

Portland State allowed a rapist to go unpunished and nearly ruined...

By Eden Paul I was raped and assaulted, then forced to participate in a process that tried to steal my dignity and resulted in Post-Traumatic...