David Korten spent many years of his life as part of “the system.” He came from self-described conservative roots and served in the Air Force during the Vietnam War.
His new book, and his previous three, counteract all preconceptions of this man, however.
The Oregon Department of Justice received a $1.9 million federal stimulus grant from the federal office on Violence Against Women on Tuesday, May 22.
With the tournament season having recently ended, the Portland State debate team can now sit back and relax after competing in 15 tournaments. The team traveled to far reaching places including the World Universities Debating Tournament in Ireland.
Over winter break a group of Portland State students went to Nicaragua for 11 days and began work in four different rural communities to create a more sustainable lifestyle for residents.
On Feb. 3, Portland State University broke the record of units of blood donated by collecting 197 percent more blood than last year alone.
With a smile on her face, Rose Parsad, owner of the Center of Healing and Rejuvenation, sat patiently and with an air of excitement inside the Art Building Monday evening. She watched as seven students gave presentations that could revitalize how people view her business.