9 courses to learn about the histories, cultures & experiences of Latino/a/e/x communities

Whether you want to better explore your own identity or learn more about the perspectives and experiences of the U.S.’s largest minority group, we’ve got you covered with a variety of courses and programs. Continue reading 9 courses to learn about the histories, cultures & experiences of Latino/a/e/x communities

Film grad challenges gendered fashion in multimedia exhibition

If you could design an outfit that expresses your true self, setting aside fashion trends, gender-based expectations and worries about what’s considered “flattering,” what would you create? Would you go for sparkles and sequins, rich colors, fine tailoring or flowing fabrics? Would you design something that allows you to celebrate the distinctive, unique person you are?  Over the past year, thanks to Garrett Recker, a … Continue reading Film grad challenges gendered fashion in multimedia exhibition

A night with PSU’s School of Music and Theater

Picture this: an escape from the typical rainy winter evening in downtown Portland, combined with an entertaining and insightful student performance. I found this (and more) in the PSU School of Music and Theater’s performance of Richard & Jane & Dick & Sally, a play exploring the adult lives of the “Dick and Jane” characters of our childhoods, with themes of coping with grief, learning … Continue reading A night with PSU’s School of Music and Theater