So, you’ve graduated from college. Now what? With high unemployment and a sluggish economy, new grads might feel tempted to delay their entries into the real world.
The Roots Festival, an annual event hosted by the Portland State Multicultural Center in partnership with Diversity and Multicultural Student Services and the Educational Activities Speakers Board, will take place on May 25 in the South Park Blocks.
The Millar Library held a town hall meeting yesterday to discuss how to best utilize resources amidst budget cuts and changing research practices.
Portland State’s Diversity Action Council awarded mini grants to faculty and staff on Wednesday for projects to advance diversity at the university.
The Oregon Idea, an organization of business and community members that focuses on reform for Oregon’s higher education, has been lobbying around issues in higher education for the past 18 months.
Over the last few weeks, many of the sustainability organizations on Portland State’s Campus have moved into a first-floor sustainability suite in the Market Center Building on Market Street and Fifth Avenue—a high visibility location, according to Mark Gregory, associate vice president of Finance and Administration.
A town hall meeting was held on Wednesday to discuss this year’s Smith Memorial Student Union room allocation to student organizations.
Portland State student Lindsay Caron Epstein has been awarded a grant from the Portland Society, which supports women entrepreneurs in the cycling community.
Portland State student Jacob Sherman was awarded both the PSU Student of the Year Award and the Oregon Student of the Year award at Wednesday’s packed Hats Off! Student Employee Reception and Recognition Ceremony.
The Oregon State Board of Higher Education unanimously passed a resolution in support of Senate Bill 742 (SB242) during its March 4 meeting.
What used to be a seedy inn for sailors and prostitutes is now a sexy vintage bar with red-tinged lighting and candles.