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Voting starts for new student leaders

Online voting has started with a new list of candidates in the election of leaders for the Associated Students of Portland State University (ASPSU).  

Go here to vote by 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 6. Results will be announced on Friday, May 8. 

Harvest Share: Free Fresh Fruits & Vegetables

Swing by to pick up free fresh fruits and veggies at the PSU Harvest Share.

Harvest Share is a partnership between Portland State University and the Oregon Food Bank that brings free fresh fruits and vegetables to the students and the greater PSU community. This is an effort to reduce food insecurity among our students and increase access to healthy food choices.

Letter from the PSU Nepalese Student Association

Dear Respected Faculty, Students, Friends and PSU Community Members:

SALP is looking for Advisory Board Members

We hope that you will apply to be a part of the SALP Advisory Board.  Applications are due May 10th at midnight

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.

Candlelight vigil held for Nepalese earthquake victims

Read the original article in the PSU Vanguard Newspaper >>

On Saturday, April 25, a 7.8-magnitude earthquake struck Nepal, killing over 3,000 people and displacing thousands more from their homes.

Portland State’s Nepalese Student Association will be holding a candlelight vigil tonight at 6 p.m. at Mercy Corps Action Center on SW 1st and Burnside.

Response to Nepal Earthquake

On behalf of the PSU community, PSU President Wiewel expresses his sympathies and support for the victims of the devastating earthquake on Saturday in Nepal. PSU’s Nepalese Student Association, which represents about a dozen of our students from areas damaged by the earthquake, encourages students, faculty and staff to attend a candlelight vigil on Monday, April 27 at 6 p.m. for the victims at the Mercy Corps Action Center in downtown Portland.