Portland State students, staff and mentors gathered in Smith Memorial Student Union for a panel discussion on consensual relationships and sexual harassment in the university last Thursday.
Over 130 people gathered at the Smith Memorial Student Union Thursday night to celebrate the publication of PSU Professor David A. Horowitz’s new textbook on American populist cultural studies.
The seventh annual Civic Engagement Awards at PSU were given in four categories to 10 members of the PSU faculty on May 17.
When Portland State Professor Ethan Johnson began studying Spanish in college, his professor suggested he go to Mexico for the summer.
PSU student Benjamin Grad decided that the best way to teach his high school students was to let them figure things out on their own in real-life situations. Now, he is applying that philosophy to a brand-new project called Watershed.
A measure appearing on the May 15 Multnomah County ballot could give Portland’s mayor greater control over city government bureaus.
The Portland State Aerospace Society (PSAS) will be launching a rocket for the first time in nearly two years in hopes that this one will land a little smoother than last time.
Alone in Berlin, Audrey Wiest and her friend needed a place to stay.
Supporters of Oregon universities testified Thursday night in front of the co-chairs of the Ways and Means Committee about the committee’s proposal that cut millions in higher education funds from the governor’s proposed state budget.
Patrick Beisell and Johnnie Ozimkowski want to be student body president and vice president.
Brandon Spencer-Hartle is a basement fanatic. As president of the Historic Preservation Club of PSU, he sees a lot of them. The club holds weekly tours of buildings on the National Register of Historic Places list to enjoy the architecture and ensure that the pieces of history are being properly maintained.