On Nov. 9, U.S. Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Economic Development John Fernandez made a much-anticipated visit to Portland State’s campus.
Students may be surprised to find out that a popular building on campus is not entirely owned by Portland State.
It was October 2006 when Henry “Chip” Lazenby took control as the first interim general counsel in the President’s Office at Portland State.
Though Ethan Smith took over as the new Student Senate pro tempore on Oct. 5, he has already made a name for himself in ASPSU.
To discuss the student stance on the potential restructuring of the Oregon University System, the Oregon Student Association met on Sept. 24 at Mount Hood Community College to voice its concerns.
As the new school year begins, students crawl back to class and back into old, unhealthy habits.
Two years ago, a course in sustainability was not even an option for the University Studies program. Now, not only is it a Freshman Inquiry course, it is part of the first year experience and a relatively new program called Living Learning Communities.
September of 2010 brought many changes for Portland State’s Center for Sustainable Processes and Practices.
Nabil Mistkawi has made quite a name for himself. Although he graduated from Portland State last spring with a Ph.D. in chemistry, he has a secure job as a process engineer for Intel, and has already accomplished that which many students only dream about.
Student housing at Portland State will dramatically increase in the coming year as the result of the Portland Design Commission’s approval for the College Station Apartments. The structure was approved on May 20 by a 4-1 vote.
Cathlene McGraw’s first day of employment at the Queer Resource Center isn’t until July 19, but that hasn’t stopped her from getting acquainted with the campus in the weeks leading up to her official arrival.