Wiewel wins award for green effort

PSU leads the nation in eco-friendly design

The Center for Green Schools at the U.S. Green Building Council has awarded Portland State President Wim Wiewel its Presidential Award.

What’s the deal with voting?

ASPSU Senate expresses concerns

On a dark, rainy Tuesday, the Associated Students of Portland State University senate convened. The hottest topic on the agenda: the Campus Public Safety Office.

The hit on marijuana

Student Legal Services wants you to know the laws governing weed

When it comes to using marijuana, everyone has a sense of what’s legal, but not everyone has the facts.

Clean air coming your way

Smoke-free zones to be enforced

It’s happening all over Oregon.

In 2009, Portland Community College became a tobacco-free campus.

On Sept. 1, Oregon State University and the University of Oregon also became smoke-free.

Celebrating indigenous culture

Daylong event spotlights on-campus connections

It was a day for the indigenous people of this nation to celebrate their solidarity and culture—and it happened on Columbus Day.

Indigenous solidarity

Event brings students, faculty, community together

Portland State’s first-ever Indigenous Solidarity event will be held at the Native American Student and Community Center Monday, Oct. 8.

Guest Wifi now on campus

Open access to the PSU network

Imagine being a guest at Portland State.

Whether you’re here to do personal research at Millar Library or attend an academic conference, accessing the Internet will be a necessary part of business.