Disarmament debate continues at Capitol

Students traveled to the state capitol to speak to lawmakers about the possibility of disarming the campus police forces of two of Oregon’s largest public universities, Portland State and University…

Crime Blotter March 19–25

March 19 Vehicle Break-in At approximately 1:50 p.m., CPSO received a report on a vehicle break-in with property stolen from a student on the third floor of Parking Structure 1….

Crime Blotter March 11–15

March 11 Hit and Run At approximately 7:49 p.m., a vehicle hit a student crossing SW 6th Ave and SW Harrison St, causing minor injuries. The victim declined medical assistance….

Crime Blotter March 4–10

March 4 Sexual Assault At approximately 1 p.m. CPSO took a report about an incident of sexual assault that occurred on Feb. 1 and Feb. 21 in an east campus…

Report explores renovation of SMSU

Portland State’s Smith Memorial Student Union could undergo a multimillion dollar facelift within the next two years—as long as students are willing to foot the bill. Architecture and design firm…

There is no right way to be gay

The LGBTQ+ is a marginalized community that in times of animosity cannot turn against itself. Self-identity and labels are not up for debate. Queer people must be careful to not…

Events Calendar March 12–18

Tuesday, March 12 Art “Immerse” Stephanie Chefas Project Tue–Fri: Noon–6 p.m. through March 22 Free Yellena James uses multiple layers of resin to create grandiose pieces that channel “chimerical landscapes.”…