By Claire Golden One of the main reasons I chose PSU is because I could live at home and commute to college. I didn’t want to live away from my family for that long, and the dorms were too expensive, so commuting was the perfect solution. After three and a half years of taking the bus, I’m far from a master of public transportation, but … Continue reading Tips for Trouble-Free Transit Travel
Hello everyone, since it is the start of a new year and of a new term, I thought I should introduce myself properly and tell you all a little bit about myself. Continue reading Introducing myself
It’s been a month and a half since I moved, And I’m still amazed at the beauty of what is Portland. A city built within nature, So many colors and scenery. As I walk with my friends through the forest, I marvel at the beauty. This place that I never knew about up until this year, Has a type of wonder to it. It pulls … Continue reading Someone Pinch Me
By: Anchitta Noowong PSU Resources: https://www.pdx.edu/careers/internship-information-for-students Continue reading Let’s Talk Internship
By: Anchitta Noowong Tuesday, April 2nd was Equal Pay Day in the United States. Equal Pay Day was launched by the National Committee on Pay Equity in 1996 to shine a light on pay disparity between men and women. In honor of Equal Pay Day, I brought in 3 different women with 3 different backgrounds to share their stories. Is the gender pay gap fact or … Continue reading Gender Pay Gap: Myth or Reality?
By: Anchitta Noowong Continue reading Smashing Relationship Q&A
By Anchitta Noowong Winter is coming, winter is here. Are you feeling sad this winter? You’re not alone. Being born and raised in a hot tropical country, it was difficult for me to live in a place where it’s cold and dark half the year. I remember my first Portland winter, and it was brutal. I recalled that it rained all the time, there was … Continue reading Winter is Here