Today's elevator pitches, tomorrow's world-beating initiatives. You're welcome, Portland.
The administration isn't so sure.
Kanani Cortez and Julia Silverman
Lewis & Clark College is the first in the state to announce it will do so.
Aurora Biggers, Reina Harwood, and Julia Silverman
Frustrated students are questioning the decision.
Host Gabriel Granillo and editor in chief Marty Patail discuss the popular language learning app—and whether it's possible to harness tech to connect with th...
The colleges have closed, but the options for getting a fashion industry education in town abound.
Our six awardees have made an extensive impact on the world of art and design.
The Old College Try
Open up, and place students at risk of contracting coronavirus, or stay closed, and face a financial freefall.
Maggie Stanton, senior at St. Mary’s Academy, on living through history.
Newly-released data shows that 80 percent of the class of 2019 graduated after four years in high school.
Audrey Bilger is a gay trailblazer and pop culture pundit with an absolutely baller vinyl collection.
And to keep those hikes from going higher, the state will chip in nearly $1 billion over the next two years.
While he was in town, we caught up with the titan behind Roots, Reading Rainbow, and Star Trek.
After a year of losing longtime fashion establishments, one school is going gangbusters.
Kilns, xylophones, globes, Bibles, beakers, midcentury-modern furniture—we can have dibs on some of these, right?
The new MA in Design Systems barely cuts into a 9-to-5 grind.
Nom nom, garbage gobblers.
The Oregon Woman: Changing the Game
After enduring a violent sexual assault 20 years ago, the Portlander now travels the country, speaking to athletes and advocating for change.
The gift creates the world’s first interdisciplinary wine studies major.
Here's a preview of the university's ambitious plans.