by Laura Gleim — May 29, 2012
They may disagree about politics or religion, but the one thing people in rural communities can agree on is their love of the land.
by Camille Aylmer — May 10, 2012
Leading Portland State’s Net Impact team as president over the last year has been an amazing experience. Net Impact is an organization committed to connecting MBA students to businesses that make the world a better place.
by Laura Gleim — May 8, 2012
In the aftermath of more than a decade characterized by disaster and conflict, stakeholders from the Klamath Basin have proposed an agreement for water allocation and natural resource restoration.
by Grant Lynn Neely — May 4, 2012
Since 1985, PCUN (Pineros y Campesinos Unidos del Noroeste) has been advocating for the rights of Oregon farmworkers. Current President Ramon Ramirez recently visited Portland State University during a student organized event for Farmworker Awareness Week, a nationwide recognition of the ongoing struggle of farmworkers across the United States.
by Laura Gleim — May 1, 2012
On the same day Governor Kitzhaber called for an extensive federal review of coal export proposals in the Northwest, Oregon’s First Lady Cylvia Hayes joined a panel of clean energy advocates for a discussion on emerging renewable energy possibilities in Oregon.
by Grant Lynn Neely — April 19, 2012
When I heard of the opportunity to help build vertical green walls at Portland State, I was thrilled. So, on a beautiful spring day, I headed to campus to lend a hand for one of the Student Leaders for Service (SLS) Alternative Spring Break projects happening throughout the week.