For the college-age crowd, spending 18 consecutive hours doing one thing probably means playing video games, watching TV marathons or—for the more ambitious among the crowd—studying until their eyes burn.
Two of Portland State’s athletic teams are facing NCAA discipline after scoring less than 925 during a nationwide multi-season review of the academic success of their student-athletes.
Nick Trubachik is a locomotive showing no signs of slowing down.
Most classes at Portland State have a few of what administrators call “non-traditional” students, but the data suggests there aren’t very many traditional students, either.
I’ve spent several months trashing Portland State students as clown-college attendees—oh, those Bozos. It’s been enjoyable blending insults with grammatical instruction but like everything else, this column must come to an end.
When I started at Portland State in the fall of 2004, there wasn’t a PSU logo to see all over campus.
The last two Junes in Portland have been indicative of Rip City’s postseason history at large: Despite entering the playoffs with a city’s worth of optimism, there seem to be just a handful of franchises blessed with that spectacular, championship-team magic we’ve only known once in 40 years.
The Academic and Student Recreation Center presents employees with many challenges, but the Member Services staff is working to assure that identity theft and fraud aren’t among them.
Three nights a week, about a dozen dancers gather for the Steps of Rhythm dance group’s practice and run through various songs and dance routines to make sure they’re prepared for an upcoming showcase.
Hours before making their mixed martial arts debuts, two fighters listened to officials explain the rules for the night’s bouts.
Mixed martial arts is a term that was coined in 1995, and Portland’s MMA scene has developed well in the 15 years since.