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Former Portland State student named heir apparent to the Saudi throne

A Saudi Arabian royal who attended Portland State University (PSU) from 1977 to 1980 has been named crown prince, making him the most likely person to be the next king of Saudi Arabia.

PSU Chamber Choir: The Little Match Girl Passion - FREE

Join the PSU Chamber Choir and New Avenues for Youth for a haunting choral performance about poverty and homelessness--and the chance to do something about it.

PSU Chamber Choir: The Little Match Girl Passion

The internationally renowned Portland State Chamber Choir presents a haunting choral work about poverty and homelessness Sunday, May 17 in southeast Portland.

Sustainable Solutions for Gentrification in Portland

Sustainable Solutions for Gentrification in Portland


5:30 pm: Doors Open 6-7:00 pm: Program 7-8:00 pm: Networking/Mingling


 

Tickets available via PSUAA TicketLeap. 

 

The Human behind PSU’s Award Winning Social Media Platforms

Portland State University knows talent when we see it, that's why we hired Christian Aniciete! Read about the Human behind PSU’s Award Winning Social Media Platforms here in his Alumni Profile, and check out his awesome #fearlessPSU Selfie!
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Serbian Health Sciences Student Pursues Physical Therapy

Thanks to a generous scholarship provided by CUPA alumni David and Janice Yaden, Serbian student Mladen Kolundzija is completing a degree in health sciences at the School of Community Health with plans to pursue a Masters degree in physical therapy.

Portland State launches Oregon’s first urban Honors College for high-achieving students


Portland State University’s popular Urban Honors program has grown so much over the past three years that it has been elevated to an Honors College, Oregon’s first in an urban setting.

Portland State gets a whole lot of Dark Horse

This article originally appeared in the Oregonian on October 15, 2008. Click here for the original

 

Gone are the days when eyebrows automatically shot up at the idea of colleges teaching courses about comic books. Academics now routinely present research papers with such titles as "Spandex Agonistes: Superhero Comics Confront the War on Terror," or "When Hawkman Met Tailgunner Joe: Constructing the Fifties as a Usable Past."