I’m glad “don’t ask, don’t tell” (DADT) has been repealed. I think that ultimately, we will be better off in the long run, despite the inevitable short-term middling that comes with wide-reaching reform.
Recently, many students have noticed a wave of spam e-mails in the inboxes of their school accounts, many of which claim to offer lucrative deals on textbooks, internship opportunities or newly available scholarships.
Over the break, the U.S. House of Representatives passed legislation S.3447, a landmark overhaul of Montgomery GI Bill benefits for veterans seeking higher education.
Alison Dennis, a local leader in sustainability, has been named executive director of the Portland State Center for Global Leadership in Sustainability.
According to Project Manager Mark Fujii, the project is on schedule and no major setbacks have been encountered.
The newly renovated Montgomery Street Bike Garage facility, located between Stephen Epler Hall and Blumel Hall, is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, for Portland State students, faculty and staff.
There are few known biologically-active environments that are as hostile as those which surround the deep-sea hydrothermal vents studied by Dr. Anna-Louis Reysenbach, a member of the Portland State biology faculty.
In order to continue providing quality academic support services to disadvantaged students, Portland State has been awarded a $1.85 million five-year federal grant.
On the eve of its 100th anniversary, Lincoln Hall was officially re-opened last Thursday after having been closed down for nearly two years while it underwent renovation.