The new Student Rec Center, opened at noon on Sunday, Jan. 3, and students gathered in large crowds on Monday morning to use the facility.
New rec center is up and running
Today is World AIDS Day
The Portland Intercollegiate Rotaract Club is sponsoring a World AIDS Day community event today, Dec. 1.
Medicine panel and suture workshop tomorrow
Portland Pre-Health Society is hosting a medicine panel and suture workshop tomorrow, Nov. 19. The event, in its fourth year, is geared toward students hoping to enter the medical field.
Alerting PSU ASAP
Most of the time, receiving a text message in class can get you called out by the professor, but in the case of an emergency at Portland State, professors could be grateful for the interruption.
With summer’s scorching weather upon us, many students are staying out later and later at night. It is important to know where to go, what to do and who to call if you encounter an unsafe situation.
Coast to coast
With the release of the 2009–10 Portland State women’s basketball schedule last week, it is clear that this is a make-or-break year for the Vikings.
Setting priorities with the athletic director
When it comes to how Portland State athletics did in the 2008–09 season, Athletic Director Torre Chisholm is mostly pleased.
Future community builders share ideas, research
The Braindrops Student Symposium drew a large crowd to the Fourth Avenue Building on Friday, May 29 to discuss the environment as well as community planning. Arranged by the Community Development Student Group (CDSG) at Portland State, and in association with the University of Washington, this was the first event of its kind.
Perfecting the magickal craft
“One day the UPS man pulled up and gave me this box … and I was trying to think, ‘What did I order?’ But it was a dozen books!” This is how Susan Pesznecker, adjunct instructor in the Portland State English Department, received the official printed copies of her book, Crafting Magick with Pen and Ink: Learn to Write Stories, Spells and Other Magickal Works.
Final candidate check-in
With five more days to campaign, here’s a quick refresher on the important candidates and what they’ve been up to. Vote at banweb.pdx.edu.
SFC debate draws tiny crowd, plagued by tardy candidates
With a meager turnout, the first of two Student Fee Committee candidate debates took place yesterday in the Smith Memorial Student Union Multicultural Center. At the start of the debate, which began late, only six member candidates and one chair candidate were in attendance.