Community & Wellness Resources

Happening Soon   Craft, Connect, Contribute: Volunteer Social & Open HouseWomen’s Resource CenterApril 17, 12 p.m.Free for studentsLearn more about the WRC and the various volunteer opportunities they offer  …

Tilikum Crossing spans the Willamette River in Portland and is the first new bridge built across the river in the Portland area since 1973. Alberto Alonso Pujazon Bolgani/PSU Vanguard.

Technologies safeguarding Portland’s bridges

Known for its scenic beauty and vibrant culture, Portland is also home to a network of bridges crucial for its transportation infrastructure. In light of recent bridge collapses such as…

Community & Wellness Resources

Happening Soon   Board Game NightSMSU CafeteriaMar. 15, 3 p.m.Free for studentsJoin the weekly board game event for some strategic and interactive fun   Purim Costume PartyViking Game Room, SMSU…

Community & Wellness Resources

Happening Soon   Shop for Free Resource Center for Students with Children Mar. 8, 10 a.m. Free for students Find gently-used clothing—as well as toys, houseware and more—for yourself and…

New regulations demand food carts near the on-campus library must connect to the county sewer system or vacate, spurring student efforts to petition to save these businesses, who have strong ties and importance to the PSU community. Alberto Alonso Pujazon Bolgani/PSU Vanguard.

Campus food carts forced to close

Due to new regulations, food carts near The Branford P. Millar Library and Montgomery Residence Hall must connect to the county sewer system by year-end or leave. The campus administrators…

Community & Wellness Resources

Happening Soon   Board Game Night SMSU Cafeteria Mar. 1, 3 p.m. Free for students  Hang out with the weekly group to play games and make friends   PSU Choirs:…

Artist Suze Woolf captures the unusual beauty of the fire-carved snags, known as totems, from all over western North America. The exhibit employs art to provide the public with a fresh opportunity to explore discussions surrounding wildfires. Anish Arumugam/PSU Vanguard.

Adapting to wildfires

The untamed ferocity of wildfires has long been a force of nature, shaping landscapes and ecosystems in both destructive and transformative ways. Once flames move across forests and leave trails…

Community & Wellness Resources

Happening Soon Fun Family Friday Viking Gameroom Feb. 23, 4:30 p.m. Free for students Bring your family to the Viking Gameroom for free bowling and pizza   Board Game Night…

In southeast Oregon, military drills use chaff at possible detriment to the environment. Moreover, as out-of-control wildfires threaten Oregon, the Department of Forestry discovered a military flare remnant at fire site. Courtesy of Friends of the Owyhee.

Air Force releases aluminum-coated glass fibers over Oregon

In Oregon’s Owyhee Canyonlands, where the air is crisp and the land echoes with the whispers of the Oregon wilderness, a new and different kind of thunder rumbles. When F-15…