Measures 68 and 69, appearing on the ballots due in on May 18, are legislatively referred constitutional amendments aiming to allow schools to use bond funds to pay for the renovation of existing buildings.
It was announced last week that Portland State is one of six national sites selected by Toyota to demonstrate and evaluate the next generation of Prius plug-in hybrid vehicles.
Lawmakers are considering the merits of switching the Oregon University System from operating on a quarter-based academic calendar to one that is divided by semesters.
Tuesday night’s debate, held in the Smith Memorial Student Union Ballroom, drew over 1,000 registered attendees, while adjacent rooms with live screenings of the debate accommodated the overflow.
April is sexual assault awareness month and the Women’s Resource Center wants Portland State students to know that there are three ways to report sexual assault incidents on campus aside from calling 911.
The Federal Credit CARD Act, or Card Accountability, Responsibility and Disclosure Act, took effect Monday after being signed into law by President Barack Obama last Friday. Among other things, this act changes the way that companies can market credit cards on college campuses.
Wrapped in green neckties and blue blazers, student ambassadors represent the student body in the presence of visiting speakers, educators and prospective students. These PSU representatives are planning to expand their ranks.
Student residents of the Park Plaza are dealing with a rampant bedbug infestation and have contacted Student Legal and Mediation Services for help.
Sometimes the best things in life can get even better. Take Indian food for example—an exotic mélange of spices, herbs, vegetables, sauces and rice intended to excite the palate while consoling the body.
The departments at Portland State will be updating their Web sites in an effort to create a unified layout. The Dean of Students’ site, the commencement site and the Student Affairs’ site are all examples of the new stylistic direction.
On the evening of Oct. 23, transgendered student Amaya Taina, 20, was harassed on Portland State campus.