Portland City Commissioner Sam Adams and the Portland Department of Transportation are developing a multifaceted proposal to increase bike safety throughout Portland, after recent fatalities have raised concern in local biking communities.
R. Kevin Hill, a professor of philosophy at Portland State, has written an article that will appear in the new collection Nietzsche on Time and History, to be published February 2008.
A drafter of Oregon’s marijuana law visited Portland State yesterday, advocating law changes, including increased rights to possess the drug as well as its limited legalization, which could be presented to the state legislature this session.
Larry Colton, founder of the non-profit group Community of Writers, always wanted Portland to have a writing festival.
Tsukioka Kogyo was one of the last artists in Japan to create woodblock prints depicting Noh Theater, and the Littman Gallery on the second floor of Smith Memorial Student Union will be displaying some of this rare art during the month of November.
The third annual Da Kaibigan showcase, featuring local and regional musical talents, will be held Tuesday at Portland State.
Portland State student Kim Tolomei is no stranger to activism. Having grown up in the 1960s, she has witnessed the changes to student protests over the years.
Student groups at Portland State who want access to state motor-pool vehicles may soon have to detail their request in writing, after use of the vehicles was suspended spring term.