There are nights when fast food and takeout aren’t going to cut it. These nights call for a little creativity and a whole lot of fun. Grab a few friends and go shopping, then get ready for some cooking fun with these quick and fun appetizers.
Each and every term, students who excelled in high school or even their last term of college classes inevitably find that stress is catching up to them.
Half the time that we’re on campus, we’re not thinking about ways we can get ready for lunches during the week. We’re thinking about that midterm, the required Blackboard posting for class and how much we still have to do for the final project in a class.
The Student Senate formed a two-year task force at its meeting Tuesday night to address the recommendation to financially restructure Portland State. The recommendation was made in a report to the Oregon University System last fall, in which former University of Oregon President David Frohnmayer suggests that Oregon’s largest universities become public corporations.
Tomorrow, the City Club of Portland will hold a forum about its work and the organization’s mission.
In addition to the new exercise areas and classrooms in the recently opened Student Rec Center, the City of Portland Archives is also slated to open soon for student perusal in the multipurpose facility.
Portland State will be closed from Dec. 19–28 for mandatory furlough days. Furlough days (or leave days) are required for all classified and unclassified staff. For students, this will mean many services and amenities will not be available, so they should plan accordingly.
On Saturday, the Portland Water Bureau (PWB) told residents west of the Willamette River—as well as other water districts including Burlington, Palatine Hill and Valley View—not to drink water without boiling it first. The bureau’s routine testing uncovered E. coli and other hazardous bacteria in tap water supplied west of the river.
Compassionate students gathered at Portland State on Jan. 15, 1979, to give blood for the American Red Cross. Thirty years later, this tradition of students donating remains.
Through a cooperative program with Mt. Hood Kiwanis Camp and the Portland State University Capstone program, students spend their summers helping youths with disabilities enjoy their summers at camp.
For those of you who don’t live in the trendy downtown area, don’t think you’re missing out; these are some foodie treasures in your own backyard.