Paul Collins's new book, Blood and Ivy, exhumes a once-infamous doctor-on-doctor crime.
Here's a preview of the university's ambitious plans.
You can trick out an Airstream, reinvent the office, and tackle society’s woes.
Rachel Wilson, Brian Libby, and Marty Patail
The student-led group works to ensure that everyone at Portland State University—especially members of the LGBTQ+ community—has access to necessary menstrual materials.
Ground control to Major Thomas.
Spoiler alert: an actual wall won't work.
At Portland State University, a former student from Syria is separated from his loved ones. Another just prays he'll be allowed to finish his degree.
Bringing people together, in a way.
The Partners on Dwelling Initiative fills a void at the intersection of architecture and activism.
The eastern edge of the Pearl is due for a major facelift.
With a brilliant new coach, a wild style of play, and long odds, the Vikings set sail on a new era. But does anyone, like, care?
Joe Bohling, an expert on the history of the French wine industry, says his research looks at the not-so-ancient concept of terroir. We asked him to explain.
SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
One small cup for mankind...
Designed and built by students, this is the little public space that could.
We explore PSU's exciting outdoor Ecological Learning Plaza and a handful of the city's best vertical gardens.
A bold new research hub unites three
ambitious universities and a rising neighborhood.
The city's southern end is waking up, with new projects aiming to tap the college-crowd population boom
Our spin through Portland’s raucous 170 years reveals a city molded by punks and power brokers, by brilliant breakthroughs and a few heinous mistakes.
Zach Dundas, Marty Patail, Marco España, Caitlin Feldman, Cari Johnson, Alexandria Bordas, and Doug Kenck-Crispin
OUT AND ABOUT
Design education is stepping into the big leagues in Portland; see proof at PSU's Made It exhibit.
A record 400 guests attended the annual President's Scholarship Reception