Real Talk About Internships

By Brooke Horn We’ve heard it before: Internships are a key part of your education. They provide valuable experience, they present networking opportunities, they look good on your resume, they help you transition from academia to the workplace, etc. We get it already. They’re important. What’s lacking in the conversation about internships (at least the ones I’m hearing) is how to really make them work … Continue reading Real Talk About Internships

How Rocks Taught Me about Happiness

 By: Chelsea Ware A little while ago I found out that I needed two more science credits to fulfill the requirements for that portion of my degree. My academic advisor told me about one-credit lab classes that consist of trips around Oregon where students learn about the natural environment. One of the one-credit classes I signed up for was a geology camping trip in central … Continue reading How Rocks Taught Me about Happiness

Discover PSU’s Resource Centers

By: Andreea N. Are you familiar with Portland State University’s resource centers? They provide students with the tools, resources and support networks to better integrate into the community. They also help students excel in their studies and increase social, cultural and global awareness. Diversity and Multicultural Student Services (DMSS) DMSS works with students from ethnically-diverse backgrounds to guide their academic success through a student-centered inclusive … Continue reading Discover PSU’s Resource Centers

Eat like a caveman, become lean like caveman?

By Mario Quintana The definition of a diet, according to Merriam-Webster, means food and drink regularly provided or consumed, habitual nourishment, or the kind and amount of food prescribed for a person or animal for a special reason. And for many, that special reason is to lose weight for a specific occasion or for their health. Some will try numerous diets and various exercise regimens … Continue reading Eat like a caveman, become lean like caveman?

You Don’t Know What You Got . . .

By: Theo Burke As I graduate, besides memories and friends, I am leaving behind the awesome Portland State student health insurance. I’ve written about this before, now I’m experiencing the difference. Since I don’t know what job is coming down the pike or what kind of health insurance it might carry, I’ve applied for individual insurance through Cover Oregon, the state exchange that sells private health … Continue reading You Don’t Know What You Got . . .