Fall term’s Midnight Breakfast, a dead-week event for students to relax before final exams, will take place this evening in the Smith Memorial Student Union ballroom.
With the rising popularity of college football in Oregon, the hype over the addition of Greg Oden to the Blazers, and the minimal attention that is given to the Portland Winter Hawks hockey team, most people would not think of ice hockey as Portland’s sport of choice. Yet according to J.J. York, a student at Portland State, Portland loves hockey.
Every year, along with a huge hangover and the removal of some intense beer goggles, the masses awake on New Year’s Day with a set of impossible-to-uphold resolutions.
Perhaps you are recently divorced. Maybe your entire family was killed in a freak smelting accident. Maybe you have chronic B.O., and no one is willing to be within 10 feet of your stanky ass. Or perhaps you’re just smart enough to avoid an evening of screeching as your Aunt Sallie wrestles the dog for the last turkey leg.
I have no idea how this happened. The sheer ludicrous-y of it haunts me to the core. Britney Spears has somehow–amid an obvious psychological, emotional and physical breakdown–released a new album.
The graduate business program at Portland State University will hold an informational session on their master’s programs today. The event is directed at students interested in the Master of Business Administration, the Master of International Management or the Master of Science in Financial Analysis programs.
The Sex and Gender Equality Task Force at Portland State is hoping to increase the number of gender-neutral bathrooms in the new recreational center, after meetings with building planners last week.
Matt Love, a PSU alumni, writer and founder of the Nestucca Spit Press, will be hosting a panel on his latest project, a retrospective of the Portland Trail Blazers 1976-77 championship season at Wordstock this weekend. The Vanguard sat down with Love to discuss Wordstock, his work, life, and most importantly, the Blazers.
The Men Against Rape student group at Portland State recently held its first “Interruptions” workshop, a program that aims to teach participants how to deal with and react to oppressive or sexist behavior.
“Don’t put any weight on the belt at the buckle. It won’t hold,” said my climbing partner from twelve feet above me. I didn’t listen. I was concentrating on conquering the Great Oak in front of me.
Portland received high marks in several categories in a recent survey by CNN and Travel + Leisure magazine rating the top 25 cities across the United States for various areas of interest.