This month, Portland State President Wim Wiewel will ask the State Board of Higher Education to increase the tuition for PSU students by more than 9 percent.
Rest assured there is a large population of people in Portland who can dance way better than you and wear decidedly better sneakers.
As a student, one of my most valuable possessions is my laptop.
The State Board of Higher Education recently approved capital construction project requests for two Portland State buildings totaling over $100 million.
Due to a dismal state budget forecast, Portland State could face a $5 million reduction in its budget allocation from the state General Fund over the next year.
A faulty software update released yesterday morning by McAfee, a company that provides computer virus protection services, caused computers to be shut down around the world, including many at Portland State.
Just over half of those running for Student Senate were present at a public forum yesterday, at which all candidates essentially agreed with one another on nearly every issue. As in past years, fewer candidates are running than there are vacant senate seats.
A protest against police brutality made its way onto the Park Blocks of Portland State’s campus yesterday at about 6:30 p.m. According to local TV news outlets, the protesters did not have a permit for the march, which started on the North Park Blocks at 5 p.m. and included unnamed anarchist groups.
My dad’s a classy guy and I like to think he produced some pretty classy progeny.
Since tenured economics professor John Hall accused student Zaki Bucharest of being an undercover FBI agent and provocateur during his class, white supremacy groups have threatened Bucharest’s family and he has received racist and violent harassment on his public social networking profiles.
Following the Jan. 14 incident in which economics professor John Hall accused a student of carrying a gun on campus, many have asked for clarification of the campus weapons policy.