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Buildings, departments gear up for name changes

Several name changes affecting two academic units and two campus buildings were announced Nov. 5 during a Faculty Senate meeting. The Faculty Senate voted to...

Village of Hope: continuing to keep hope alive

Months after the eviction of the houseless community known as Village of Hope in February 2018, village organizers continue to support those unhoused. At a...

Protesters rally against Sessions resignation

A group of protesters gathered on the evening of Nov. 8 at Tom McCall Waterfront Park to protest the forced resignation of Attorney General...

Vigil for Diego Tejada-Manzo

A small group gathered on the evening of Nov. 7 outside the Vue Apartment complex for a vigil commemorating the one-year anniversary of the...

Hill to Hall, Nov. 6–10

Nov. 6: Midterm elections conclude in Oregon Gov. Kate Brown was re-elected to the governor’s office at the close of 2018 midterm elections in what...

Portland vigil honors victims of Pittsburgh synagogue massacre

Community members from Portland State and the Portland area gathered on Nov. 1 in the Park Blocks to commemorate those killed in the Tree...

ASPSWho?

Political science major Fatima V. Preciado Mendoza is the director of the Associated Students of Portland State University’s Multicultural Affairs Committee. Her goals include providing...

Community speaks on campus public safety

Margolis Healy, the external consulting firm tasked with a comprehensive assessment of Portland State campus safety as a result of the fatal shooting of...

Governor makes election day visit to PSU

With just hours until the polls closed on Nov. 6 for the 2018 midterm elections, Gov. Kate Brown paid a visit to Portland State...

Hoax articles raise questions of academic ethics, rigor

Over the course of 10 months between 2017 and 2018, three academics—including Portland State philosophy Prof. Peter Boghossian—submitted a series of hoax articles to...

Hill to Hall: Oct. 31–Nov. 3

Oct. 31: No indictment for police in Sept. shooting, grand jury rules A Multnomah County grand jury found no criminal wrongdoing by officers Sgt. Garry...

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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...