In 2005, President Bush signed into law an energy bill from the Energy Policy Act to extend daylight savings time by four weeks, starting this year. The new schedule kicked in on March 11, and will extend past October into the first weekend of November.
In light of the recent stabbing in Parking Structure 3 (located at 12th Avenue and Montgomery Street) and yesterday’s bomb scare, I wonder how safe we are on the “open” campus of our urban university.
Like most other reality TV shows, Kid Nation is a show I wish I’d never watched. I want that hour of my life back. No, all the hours I’ve spent watching reality TV. Just like that scene from Goonies, when “Mouth” dives into the underground fountain, reclaiming pennies that never fulfilled the wish for something good to come along.
The infamous white supremacy group Hammerskin organized a 20th anniversary celebration in Portland and gathered this past weekend in an undisclosed location.
Under the guise of free speech, was there any benefit for America or our educational system to allow Iran’s president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, to speak publicly at Columbia University last week?
It’s impossible to ignore celebrity gossip today. Even if you don’t listen to Britney Spears, you know she screwed up her “comeback” appearance two weeks ago.
Unless part of Portland State’s “urban campus” philosophy is supposed to emulate how bad you get screwed when trying to find housing within the vicinity of the school, University Housing needs to recalculate its rates for campus residents.