From “lights off” reminder stickers to digital energy meters, Portland State is employing all sorts of techniques to use its resources more efficiently in buildings across campus.
On Wednesday the Associated Students of Portland State University met to discuss the initial draft of the student government’s budget for the fiscal year 2013–14.
With students needing vegan, gluten-free, and other dietary-sensitive food options, PSU Dining Services employees say they try to compensate and adjust accordingly.
From Dec. 22 to New Year’s Day, almost every Portland State building was locked and closed—save residence halls, where some students spent their winter breaks.
Students hoping to grab a cup of joe at Broadway Coffee are in for a surprise. Instead of a bustling coffee shop, they will now be met by brown paper covering the front door and window.
It’s been more than a year since the Occupy camp in Portland was dismantled. Where are the “Occupiers” now?
Despite the movement’s retreat from public view, activists said they have been working hard to reorganize and say they have no intention of quitting.
As issues of student debt and rising tuition resonate with students across the country, students at Portland State are making an effort to change the current educational system.
Portland is known to many as the place where young people go to retire, but spikes in the city’s elderly population may soon boost its reputation as the place where old people go to retire, too.
Moments after the polls closed on election night, it was clear that incumbent City Commissioner Amanda Fritz would remain in office.
Portland’s political minority—conservatives and libertarians alike—found camaraderie on Friday when they welcomed a prominent right-wing media voice to Portland State.
As Election Day nears for national, state and local races, candidates are frantically catering to their constituents for their votes and support.