Sitting at the gateway to Portland’s South Park Blocks, Viking Pavilion at the Peter W. Stott Center is a modern, sustainably designed and state-of-the-art athletics facility and events center that opened in 2018. Continue reading Viking Pavilion is PSU’s MVP
The Knowledge is a giant mural of books picked from PSU’s library, photographed and enlarged. Continue reading The ‘largest’ book collection on campus
Lincoln Hall may be the oldest building on campus, but inside you’ll find a hive of youthful energy and creativity. Home to the School of Film, the School of Music & Theater and the offices of the College of the Arts, its halls are filled with a sensory experience for the eyes and ears. Continue reading Lincoln Hall, PSU’s oldest building, is rich with creativity
With its open studios, contemporary fixtures, high ceilings and natural light, Shattuck Hall is a fascinating blend of early 20th Century charm and 21st Century efficiency, and an ideal setting for the School of Architecture’s approximately 300 undergraduate and master’s students. Continue reading Shattuck Hall blends historical charm, modern efficiency
by Beth Royston Somehow, we’re a few weeks away from the end of spring term. I’m about to graduate, and it feels really bizarre. While I don’t necessarily feel like a completely different person from when I started, I recognize that I’ve grown a lot through the things that I accomplished and the trials that I went through. I also don’t feel as thrilled about … Continue reading Moving Forward, Looking Back
by Beth Royston I love receiving packages in the mail. Even if I know what it is, it’s still exciting, though never quite the same as a mystery piece of mail. In the pandemic especially, sometimes I’ll turn to a little retail therapy, but that doesn’t quite scratch the itch of a package arriving where I’m not entirely sure of the contents. I’ve tried a … Continue reading Subscription Services!