Criminals caught

Two men accused of breaking into the University Services Building on campus in early January and stealing thousands of dollars worth of equipment are in police custody. They were arrested in connection to another burglary in Portland.

Student leaders talk Frohnmayer with president

Representatives from student government and the university president met last Friday to talk about the Frohnmayer Report and how the two parties can work together to educate the Portland State community about the possibility of a financial restructure of the university.

ASPSU Vice President resigns

ASPSU Vice President Azadeh Chitsaz announced her resignation from the elected position at last night’s Student Senate meeting, citing the need to spend time with an ill family member in her resignation letter.

Biker frenzy

Monday may have marked the opening of the new Student Rec Center, but the Bike Hub opened with a promising boom as well.

Thousands registered to vote

  Student volunteers at universities across the state registered 14,271 voters as of the Jan. 5 registration deadline to be eligible to vote in the Jan. 26 special election on ballot measures 66 and 67.


Is BlackBoard on the way out?

Students are invited to try out and give feedback about two potential online Learning Management Systems (LMS) that could replace the current BlackBoard system, which has been used under the former Web CT title for several years.

Financial aid reductions

Oregon students will see a reduction in their allocation of the Oregon Opportunity Grant beginning at the start of the 2010 spring semester, or, for students attending schools on the trimester system, the start of the spring term.