For a century now, tenure has served as the basis of academic freedom and shared governance in higher education. Together, academic freedom and shared governance insure a robust, responsive, high…
I am writing this letter in response to [the] July 31 Vanguard article “PSU’s Diversity Action Plan proving difficult to define.” It’s important to understand both the background and goals of this campus-wide initiative.
Dear Mayor, Bin Laden got word to me, He thinks People know my name internationally because of him and I’m a Know body. New York Times, and the New York…
Dear Editor, They want to make a slave out of me They gave them dope, to give them hope They knew I was cool with the Pope Facebook wants to…
Students should vote no on the proposed constitution. It revives outmoded advocacy mechanisms, denies representation and advocacy for under-served and marginalized communities, and will be practically impossible to amend in the future.
Dear President Wiewel, My name is Lisa Meersman and I received a Bachelor’s in Community Development from Portland State this last December. When I started at PSU as a freshman in 2008, I founded Take Back the Tap at Portland State with four other students. I continued to coordinate the campaign until December of 2012, when I graduated.
I would like to address the students and faculty of the Portland State University campus.
There have been several incidents which have occurred to me while walking with my guide dog Bryson which makes me feel that perhaps a note regarding the proper protocol or etiquettes when dealing with a guide dog team (the guide dog and the handler).
The article on the University Studies program, “A University Program Studied,” [Oct. 11] contained many well-research points . We would like to add our observations to the conversation and correct a couple of items.