Smith Space Committee postpones allocation decision: The Smith Space Committee, which oversees the parceling of space in Smith Memorial Student Union to student groups, announced on Wednesday its decision to postpone the allocation process until fall term.
KPSU raises $4,000 in annual pledge drive: KPSU’s annual two-week pledge drive ended on Sunday, and staff members estimate that roughly $4,000 in donations was collected, according to Music Director Jay Allen Turk.
After 31 years of serving Portland State, Campus Public Safety Office Chief Michael Soto announced his plan to retire on Friday. Phillip Zerzan, a retired lieutenant from the Oregon State Police, will serve as interim chief until a permanent replacement is found.
8th annual Undergraduate Research Conference today: Portland State is set to host the 8th annual Undergraduate Research Conference today, which will recognize the academic work being done by the university’s undergraduate students.
Students and community members gathered in the South Park Blocks on Saturday for a rally promoting climate justice.
Life sciences building project moves forward: Portland State, Oregon Health & Science University and Oregon State learned last week that they will have the money required to begin construction of the Collaborative Life Science Building, according to an article published by The Oregonian on May 4.
PSU mourns death of Harold Schnitzer: Last week the Portland State community mourned the death of philanthropist Harold Schnitzer, who died at the age of 87 on April 27.
Although the ASPSU elections results were supposed to be announced yesterday, the Elections Board was forced to push the announcement until tomorrow, due to last-minute infractions that were filed against presidential candidate Adam Rahmlow and his running mate Pearce Whitehead.
Hundreds of students and community members congregated on Portland State’s Park Blocks on Friday in celebration of the 41st annual Earth Day.
The ASPSU Student Senate unanimously approved a list of constitutional amendments last week to be added to the elections ballot, one of which would allow next year’s Elections Board to function more efficiently.
Just a few days before student government election campaigning begins, running mates Adam Rahmlow and Pearce Whitehead have been accused of violating campaigning rules established by the ASPSU constitution.