2008 could be a year for many PSU students to cut back on their addictions. Maybe it’s cutting back on alcohol, cigarettes or hard drugs. Whatever your vice, there are many ways to make a healthier and less addicted you this year.
The campaign trail can be long and tough, and Andrew Stiffler knows all about it.
Both Michael DeVietro and Mark Krsak agree that in a Republican primary with no clear frontrunner, the strategy for Republicans should be to focus on issues and not specific candidates.
Thursday night in the Lincoln Performance Hall, Marian Wright Edelman stepped forward at PSU to celebrate the life and messages of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., emphasizing that a dream such as his will never die and a wish such as his can be realized.
On their day off, two atypical Portland State students enjoy shelter from an afternoon storm. The Brandlons, who humbly boast a 52-year marriage, made their way over the rolling Cascade Range from the coastal town of Newport just two years ago to return to the classroom.
A Portland State program is working with the city of Portland to reduce the amount of waste on campus by recycling your leftovers–anything from your favorite veggies to eggs and meat.
Two rallies promoting both sides of the argument over race will take place this weekend in Southeast Portland, with demonstrations from a white supremacist group and a group promoting racial equality.