Portland State’s 35th annual International Night takes place this evening from 5 to 10 p.m. in Smith Memorial Student Union. Proceeds will go toward relief efforts in Japan.
Facilities and Planning employee Mike Brody was working on campus three weeks ago when a poodle bit him on the leg.
After more than 30 years, the Berry Botanic Garden will be moving to Portland State’s campus this year.
In preparation for the June 2011 grand opening of the La Casa Latino student success center, the building committee is seeking one or more artists from the Portland State community to create an installation representative of “a student’s journey through education and beyond.”
About 200 Portland citizens gathered in Portland State’s Smith Memorial Student Union Ballroom last Friday to discuss the possibility of Portland rejoining the Joint Terrorism Task Force.
Because of a decrease in state funding and a bleak economic atmosphere, higher education will be a hot topic in this year’s 2011 Oregon Legislature.
A round up of all the best lunch places in Southeast.
Last week, the Department of Environmental Quality issued a $6,733 fine against Fortis Construction for discharging 5,000 gallons of turbid slurry water into the Willamette River on Aug. 25 while working on Portland State’s campus loop project.
On Oct. 7 three Portland State graphic design professors—Frank Chimero, Elsa Chaves and Tyler Lang—received the Young Guns Award from the Art Directors Club [ADC] for their work in visual communication and design.
Ecological Plaza is being built on the southeast corner of Shattuck Hall—a space formerly occupied by the Campus Public Safety Office.
On Wednesday, Portland State’s Office of International Affairs hosted its annual study abroad fair so that students could learn about internships, volunteer opportunities and study abroad options open to PSU students.