Upcoming Events: June 2019

Upcoming Events June 2019

The school year is coming to a close at Portland State, which means we’re celebrating all our graduating students. Across campus, PSU students are welcoming summer with inspiring film, music and theater performances throughout the start of the month. Take advantage of these events before campus winds down. For a more comprehensive list, check out the PSU events calendar.

Archeology Roadshow

Saturday, June 1 | 10:00 a.m.- 3:00 p.m. | Walk of the Heroines, by Hoffman Hall
Join the anthropology department for a celebration of the region and Oregon’s heritage. Explore the archaeology of daily life with 40 exhibits and hands-on activities organized by PSU students, faculty, alumni and dozens of community partners. This event is free and open to the public. See more information about the activities.

Global Rhythms VIII

Saturday, June 1-Sunday, June 2 | various showings | Lincoln Performance Hall
People love to sing, and they love to sing together—this has been true in every culture since the dawn of humankind. In Global Rhythms PDX, the choir is a vehicle to explore the widest possible range of sounds and styles for the human voice. Tickets are $15 for the general public and $7 for students from any school. Purchase tickets online.

New Play Festival

Saturday, June 1-Sunday, June 2 | various showings | Boiler Room Studio
This is the final week of the School of Music and Theater’s showcase of new dramatic works, which are written, performed and directed by PSU students! Tickets range from $6 to $15 and can be purchased online.

PSU Vocal Collective with Nancy King

Monday, June 3 | 7:00 p.m. | Lincoln Performance Hall
Portland’s beloved jazz singer Nancy King joins the PSU Vocal Collective for their final concert of the year. The PSU Vocal Collective is a 14-voice ensemble and rhythm section, presenting unique arrangements of jazz and other contemporary music styles. The concert will also feature selections by the Advanced Vocal Combo. Tickets are $10 for general admission, $5 for seniors and students and free for PSU students. Get tickets online.

Senior Send-off

Tuesday, June 4 | 11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m. | Park Blocks in front of the Simon Benson House
Come celebrate the Class of 2019 with FREE PIZZA. The first 200 graduating seniors will receive a special gift from the PSU Alumni Association. There will also be a decorating station with supplies for students to decorate their grad caps for the 2019 grad cap contest. All students are welcome to attend. Learn more.

Kyogen! Dance! Drums!

Tuesday, June 4 | 7:00 p.m. | Lincoln Performance Hall
At this event, PSU students and Japanese guest actor Shingeyama Ippei will perform five short comic kyôgen plays. One of the plays is the first staging of an original play written by a PSU undergraduate. All are hilarious farces, which are full of surprises, hyperbole and physical slapstick. The PSU Taiko Ensemble joins the show for rousing, up-tempo drumming. Tickets range from $5 to $12. Learn more and purchase tickets.

Noon Concert Series

Every Thursday | 12:00-1:00 p.m. | Lincoln Recital Hall
This weekly concert series is hosted by the PSU School of Music. At these events, students, faculty and guest artists will perform various instruments and music genres. The concerts are always free and open to the public. View their performance calendar.

Chuck It for Charity

Thursday, June 6-Sunday, June 15 | 5:00 p.m. | various location on PSU campus
Each spring, students moving out of residence halls dispose of many usable items. Instead of sending them to the landfill, students have the opportunity to donate them to charity! Collection bins in select residence halls will be available for non-perishable food, clothing, home goods and other items. Donated items will be redistributed on campus via Pop-Up Swaps, through the PSU Reuse Room, and to local charities. Learn more.

School of Film Spring Showcase

Friday, June 7 | 3:30 p.m. | Lincoln Hall
This showcase features the work of students graduating from PSU’s School of Film. The event includes a portfolio show, followed by a reception, student showcase and award presentation. The student showcase features a faculty-curated selection of student work produced during the academic year. This event is free and open to the public. Learn more.

Honor Day Graduation Celebration

Friday, June 7 | 5:00-8:30 p.m. | Native American Student and Community Center
This is an annual commencement ceremony where the Native American Student and Community Center recognizes graduating PSU Native American, Alaskan Native and Pacific Islander students. Learn more.

Family Friendly Commencement

Saturday, June 8 | 1:30-5:00 p.m. | Smith Memorial Student Union
The Resource Center for Students with Children hosts this free event to celebrate the accomplishments of students who have triumphed in pursuing their degree at PSU while raising children. Children are invited to join their parents and cross the stage to receive a family diploma. In addition to the ceremony, the event will start with a family bash including a bouncy house, games, arts and crafts, refreshments and more. Learn more.

Free Food Market

Monday, June 10 | 12:00 p.m. | Park Blocks in front of Shattuck Hall
Every second Monday of the month, the Free Food Market provides fresh fruits, vegetables and other food items to PSU students and the greater community. This partnership between the Committee for Improving Student Food Security and the Oregon Food Bank is an effort to increase student access to healthy food options and to reduce food insecurity. This event is free and open to the public. Here’s how it works.

Lavender Graduation

Wednesday, June 12 | 6:00-8:00 p.m. | Smith Memorial Student Union
The Queer Resource Center hosts this event to honor the graduates of their community in an intimate setting. The ceremony includes dinner and acknowledgements of each participating graduate. This event will include a catered dinner, ceremony and reception to follow. All Gender Restrooms are available onsite. Learn more and register to attend.

Multicultural Graduation

Friday, June 14 | 6:00 p.m. | Smith Memorial Student Union
This is an annual Cultural Resource Centers ceremony that honors diversity and celebrates cultural traditions by creating a student-centered inclusive space to celebrate the graduation of multicultural students. The ceremony includes student speakers, a keynote speaker and a post-ceremony dessert mixer. Learn more.

Commencement Ceremonies

Friday, June 14-Sunday, June 16 | various times | Viking Pavilion and Moda Center
PSU students will gather together to celebrate the culmination of their hard work. Decked out in regalia, students will walk across the stage to be conferred their degrees. Graduates are encouraged to invite family and friends, but they must reserve tickets. The different colleges at PSU have dedicated ceremonies throughout the weekend at either the Viking Pavilion or Moda Center. See ceremony schedule.

Many departments and programs at Portland State hold their own events to celebrate students and their communities. See the full calendar of these graduation celebrations.

Upcoming Events: May 2019

May Events

This May, Portland State is encouraging students to nourish their bodies and minds. PSU is hosting events on and off campus centered on sustainability, wellness and art from diverse cultures. Here are just some of the inspiring events taking place this May. For a more comprehensive list, check out the PSU events calendar.

Noon Concert Series

Every Thursday | 12:00-1:00 p.m. | Lincoln Recital Hall
This weekly concert series is hosted by the PSU School of Music. At these events, students, faculty and guest artists will perform various instruments and music genres. The concerts are always free and open to the public. View their performance calendar.

All Majors Career and Internship Fair

Thursday, May 2 | 11:00 a.m.- 3:00 p.m. | SMSU Ballroom (3rd floor)
PSU students and alumni of all majors are invited to attend this event, which brings in over 80 employers from a variety of industries—see which ones suit your skills and interests. Take this opportunity to make progress on your job and internship search by networking with employers and making a great first impression! Learn about different career paths and ask your career questions directly to employers. This is a free event. See what you should do to prepare.

Fridays@4: Architecture Series

Every Friday | 4:00 p.m. | Shattuck Hall
Each Friday during most of the academic term, PSU School of Architecture students and faculty gather together to hear from professional designers and architects, academics, visiting artists, innovators and students in the program. This free event is open to the public and provides refreshments. See calendar for information about each event.

Be Honest! PSU Graphic Design Portfolio Showcase

Saturday, May 4 | 5:00-9:00 p.m. | Wieden + Kennedy, 244 NW 13th Ave
Be Honest is the PSU Graphic Design annual student portfolio showcase. All graphic design students who want to participate will display their work. It’s part portfolio show, part party, part open house, part alumni reunion, part scholarship ceremony and all fun! This event is free and open to the public. Learn more.

Coastal Camping

Saturday, May 4-Sunday, May 5 | weekend trip | Oregon Coast
Travel across time with PSU’s Outdoor Program through the history of the Oregon Coast on this oceanside camping trip. At Ecola State Park, take in the lush, temperate rainforest of the coast and the stellar ocean views. After a night camping in the fresh ocean air, you’ll get to explore Fort Stevens State Park, learn about the colonization of the Columbia River estuary and visit the remains of a hundred-year-old shipwreck. This trip is designed for all abilities and can be easily modified to accommodate disabilities. The trip costs $110 for Rec Center members (all PSU students pay for membership in their tuition and fees) and $190 for non-members, which pays for transportation, trip leaders, meals and all necessary equipment. Learn more and see other trips.

Pride Kickball Tournament

Tuesday, May 7 | 6:00-8:00 p.m. | Stott Field
Celebrate PSU Pride month (May) with the Queer Resource Center! Wear your pride colors and relive recess with a spirited game of kickball. Winners will receive a championship t-shirt. This event is free for Campus Rec members (all PSU students pay for membership in their tuition and fees) and $7 for guests. Register online.

Nourish Wellness Fair

Wednesday, May 8 | 12:00-2:00 p.m. | Viking Pavilion
Attend PSU’s annual Nourish Wellness Fair to learn more about wellness resources on and off campus. Receive free massages, healthy food samples, fresh produce and more. This event is free and open to the entire PSU community. Valid PSU ID required. Learn more.

Manuel Arturo Abreu: Beneath the Music from a Farther Room

Thursday, May 9 | 5:00-7:30 p.m. | AB Lobby Gallery, Art Building
The AB Lobby Gallery presents a solo show of new work by Manuel Arturo Abreu featuring sculpture, printed matter and video work exploring the musicality of abstraction and the veil of language. This event is the opening reception, and the work will be on display until May 23. The opening reception is free and open to the public.

Pacific Islanders Club 17th Annual Lu’au

Saturday, May 11 | 4:00 p.m. | AB Lobby Gallery, Art Building
Every year, the Pacific Islanders Club hosts a lu’au, an important cultural tradition around the Pacific that has been adopted by cultures around the world. This year’s theme, “Let The Legends Be Told,” showcases the stories of the island nations represented in the club including Hawai’i, Fiji, Tahiti, Samoa, Tonga, New Zealand and Palau. You’ll eat culturally-inspired food, watch performances by members of the community and see a special appearance by Tolo Tuitele and Kaloku & Da Krew. This event is free for PSU students with proof of ID. Tickets cost $10 for faculty and staff, $12 for pre-sale and $15 at the door for the general public. Learn more.

How Race Is Made in America: Natalia Molina Lecture

Tuesday, May 14 | 5:00 p.m. | SMSU Ballroom (3rd floor)
Come listen to this lecture by Dr. Natalia Molina, who will illustrate how broad themes of race and citizenship are constructed and explore how “racial scripts” are easily applied to different peoples, places and events. Register for this free event online.

Reuse Pop-Up Swap

Thursday, May 16 | 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. | SW Montgomery between 6th Ave and Broadway
PSU Reuses is hosting this swap, where campus and community members are invited to leave something, take something or do both! Donate household goods, office supplies, clothing and non-perishable foods. There will also be a bin to collect e-waste for any broken electronics or appliances. We are not able to accommodate furniture or broken or hazardous materials such as chemicals. This is a free event.

Chamber Choir: Surprise!

Friday, May 17 | 7:30 p.m. | St. Philip Neri Catholic Church
The Portland State Chamber Choir celebrates guest tenor Paul Sperry’s 85th birthday with a concert of American premieres, new works and old favorites. The program includes the American premiere performances of “Vineta” and “Es Rakstu” by Eriks Esenvalds as well as new arrangements of music by American composers Richard Hundley, Paul Bowles and Dudley Buck. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased online.

Music That Binds Us

Saturday, May 18 | 1:30-3:00 p.m. | Lincoln Recital Hall
Join us for an afternoon of music you won’t soon forget! Six local composers join forces to create this exciting one-time only concert. This performance entwines moving audio recorded stories of everyday people with beautifully composed music commissioned with each story in mind to create a powerful and thought-provoking exhibit of the human experience. This concert is full of everything it means to be human—love, loss, sadness, triumph and tribulations. This event is free and open to the public. Reserve your seat.

12th Annual Sustainability Celebration

Thursday, May 23 | 3:00-5:00 p.m. | SMSU Ballroom (3rd floor)
This once-a-year extravaganza of inspiration provides a lively overview of sustainability initiatives, projects and programs at PSU. You’ll have the opportunity to mix and mingle with the most forward-thinking students, staff and faculty on campus. This event features an awards ceremony, project showcase, live music and free food. RSVP online.

Vikings Sports

Vikings Softball and Track events are happening all month. Make sure to check out the PSU Vikings event calendar for a detailed schedule.

Upcoming Events: April 2019

Cherry Blossoms

It’s officially spring, which means it’s a time for renewal. Portland State is hosting events on and off campus that challenge students to grow as active and engaged members of the community in Portland. We’ve highlighted some of the many events happening in April. For a more comprehensive list, check out the PSU events calendar.


Cherry Blossoms in Portland

Most of April | Tom McCall Waterfront Park
We may be in the city of roses, but there are other amazing flowers to view in the spring just a few blocks from campus. One of the most enchanting times of the year is when the cherry blossoms take over Portland. You can find them all over the city, but check out the prime viewing locations.

Earthquake Preparation Event

Monday, April 1 | 5:00-8:00 p.m. | Columbia Falls Conference Room, University Place Hotel
This event invites PSU students, faculty, scientists and community members to discuss the potential of the Cascadia Earthquake taking place again in the Pacific Northwest. The goal of the event is to provide credible information about how this earthquake could impact life in the region and how to prepare. This evening will include free dinner, a keynote speaker from the Oregon Department of Transportation, a panel of researchers and professionals and tables displaying student research and local company contributions. This event is free with registration. Learn more.

Jamillah James: Connective Conversations Curator Critic Tour

Tuesday, April 2 | 7:00 p.m. | Portland Art Museum Whitsell Auditorium
Jamillah James is Curator at the the Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. As part of this ongoing Tour, she will deliver a lecture and lead community conversations about art and making investments in Oregon visual art institutions. This is a free lecture hosted in part by PSU’s School of Art + Design. Advanced tickets are recommended.

Noon Concert Series

Every Thursday | 12:00-1:00 p.m. | Lincoln Recital Hall
This weekly concert series is hosted by the PSU School of Music. At these events, students, faculty and guest artists will perform various instruments and music genres. The concerts are always free and open to the public. View their performance calendar.

Bring Your Kids to Campus Day

Monday, April 8 | 8:30 a.m. | Across PSU campus
The Resource Center for Students with Children invites you and your family to this campus-wide celebration. Different departments and student clubs will host activities in locations all over campus designed to educate and entertain children. This is an opportunity for you to show your children all that PSU has to offer, and to get them excited about university life! This event is free for all students, faculty and staff. Register to reserve your spots.

Zumbathon

Thursday, April 11 | 5:30-7:30 p.m. | MAC Court, Campus Rec
Join Campus Rec and the Women’s Resource Center for this fundraiser, which occurs each year during Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Donations support the WRC’s Survivor Emergency Fund ($5 suggested donation). There will be multiple instructors leading participants through a variety of musical genres and dance styles. Come dance for five minutes or the full two hours. Open to the entire PSU community and up to three guests (Campus Rec guest fee waived for this event). Read requirements to attend event.

Silas Munro: A Proclamation in Type and Image Form

Thursday, April 11 | 7:00-9:00 p.m. | The Redd on Salmon
Bridging education and practice, Silas Munro applies design to inspire people to better themselves and improve society. His studio, poly-mode helps organizations embrace cultural diversity and increase community involvement. This free lecture is part of Portland Design Week. Register to attend.

Elevating Impact Lab: Better Cities Challenge

Thursday, April 11 – Saturday, April 13 | Various times | KMC Atrium
PSU’s Elevating Impact Lab is designed to activate PSU students into change agents. During two evenings and a day, you will work with mentors from the community, faculty and staff to experience innovation in action and grow your entrepreneurial skills. Over the course of the lab, you will build a team and develop, refine, test and pitch a business concept. The theme of this Elevating Impact Lab, Better Cities Challenge, explores opportunities for innovation and business applications in our urban environment. The Keynote is free, but the Elevating Impact Lab is $10 (not including fees). Purchase tickets online in advance. Learn more about scheduled speakers and events.

Bridgetown Boulder Bash

Friday, April 12 – Saturday, April 13 | Various times | Northwest Collegiate Climbing Circuit (NC3)
Each year, Campus Rec offers an all-skill-levels bouldering competition. This year’s Bridgetown Boulder Bash is comprised of two events: the Community Climbing Event on Friday evening and the Northwest Collegiate Climbing Competition series on Saturday. This event is open to the public, and ticket prices vary between $10 and $40 for the different events. Register online.

La Finta Giardiniera

Friday, April 19 – Sunday, April 28 | Various showings | Lincoln Performance Hall
This opera includes mistaken identities, ridiculous coincidences, lovers going mad and the brilliant music of Mozart. You’ll see talented and growing young artists of the PSU Opera Program and Orchestra. Tickets range from $15-$30 and can be purchased online.

Denim Day and SAAM Rally

Wednesday, April 24 | 10 a.m.-3:00 p.m. | Park Blocks
Denim Day is part of a national awareness campaign initially mobilized by Peace Over Violence in the late 90’s. Since then, wearing jeans on Denim Day has become a symbol of protest against sexual violence. The PSU community will wear denim and gather in the Park Blocks to rally together in resistance against sexual violence, in honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM). There will be free food, raffle opportunities and games. This free event is open to the community.

Vikings Sports

Vikings Basketball, Tennis and Golf are playing all month. Make sure to check out the PSU Vikings event calendar for a detailed schedule.

Upcoming Events: March 2019

Events in March

This March is the month of creativity at PSU. Performances, concerts and seminars will be heard all around campus, beckoning students to take a break from school work and enjoy the show. Here are some event highlights happening in March. For a more comprehensive list, check out the PSU events calendar.


Redefining Failure: Empowering Women of Color in Business

Friday, 1 | 12:00-2:30 p.m. | Karl Miller Atrium
Join PSU’s School of Business and Women’s Resource Center for this annual event. Hear from local leaders of color within a business as they share insights to visibility in the workplace and sustaining in a predominantly white field and city, as well as stories of redefining failure through lessons gained along the way. These speakers will be providing TEDx Talks on their experience followed by a Q&A. This event is free and light refreshments will be provided. Learn more and register to attend (required).

In the Next Room or the Vibrator Play

Friday, 3 – Saturday, 9 Various showings | Lincoln Performance Hall
This play is set in the 1860s, when a new invention has electrified the Victorian home of Dr. and Mrs. Catherine Givings. Don’t miss this provocative comedy from Sarah Ruhl about electricity, pleasure and true intimacy. This play is for mature audiences. Tickets are $6 – $15, which you can get online.

Creative Writing Program Reading Series:
Suzanne Matson and Andrea Hollander

Monday, 4 | 6:30-8:00 p.m. | SMSU 333
Fiction writer Suzanne Matson and poet Andrea Hollander read from their new work, hosted by the Creative Writing program. These readings are always free and open to the public. View their readings calendar.

Won’t You Be My Neighbor

Wednesday, 6 | 1:00-2:30 p.m. | SMSU M211
This conversation, facilitated by Jen Mitas, encourages attendees to reflect on their own role in the social networks that make a positive impact on the places we live. This is a free event hosted by the Office of Academic Innovation. RSVP online.

Frida Fest

Friday, 8 | 5:00-7:00 p.m. | Parkway North, SMSU 101
Diversity and Multicultural Student Services is hosting this event to celebrate International Women’s Day with influence from Frida Kahlo’s life. Come enjoy various activities, catered food and music. This is a free event.

Ladies’ Lab Night

Saturday, 9 | 12:00-6:30 p.m. | Hoffman Hall
At this event, young women in the Portland community interested in science are invited to meet the women doing research in PSU’s biology, chemistry, geology, physics and engineering labs. Attendees are able to learn about the amazing work these women are doing, make valuable connections and see what a career in science might look like. Everyone is welcome to attend, regardless of gender or age (children must be above 9). RSVP online and see the event schedule.

PSU Vocal Collective: A Celebration of Women in Art

Wednesday, 13 | 7:00 p.m. | Lincoln Recital Hall (LH 75)
The PSU Vocal Collective and Advanced Vocal Combo present a concert of music by female composers and arrangers. They will explore topics of women’s rights, empowerment, strength, love and grace through a selection of contemporary compositions. This event is free and open to the public.

Elevating Impact Summit

Friday, 15 | 8:00a.m.-5:00 p.m. | The Portland Armory
Join The School of Business’ Impact Entrepreneurs to celebrate business for positive social, environmental and economic impact. Attendees enjoy talks on the main stage, a pitch fest for local entrepreneurs, exhibits and activities on the mezzanine levels and breakfast, lunch, and an afternoon reception. Student tickets are $25 and regular tickets are $110. Learn more and buy tickets online.

My Soul Is a Witness: Spirit and Spirituality in the Songs of America’s Enslaved

Sunday, 17 | 4:00 p.m. | Lincoln  Recital Hall (LH 75)
Listen to lyric tenor Leroy E. Bynum, Jr., Dean of the College of the Arts, and Music faculty Chuck Dillard, on piano. This recital will explore both the spirit and spirituality of America’s “slave songs” captured in concert arrangement by several of the 20th century’s most celebrated arrangers of spirituals. This event is free and open to the public.

Mandelring Quartet

Monday, 18 and Tuesday, 19 | 7:30 p.m. | Lincoln Performance Hall
Listen to the Mandelring Quartet, presented by Friends of Chamber Music. The four individual members are as one in their shared determination to seek out the innermost core of the music.  Their approach to the music is always both emotional and personal. Tickets range from $30-$55 and can be purchased online.

We Met in Moscow

Friday, 22-Sunday, 31 | Various showings | Alpenrose Dairy Opera House
This musical is based on the lives of Eleonora Andreevna and Ralph Bunch, Portland State University professor emeritus. Both middle-aged and broken-hearted when they met, the show not only explores the unique way this couple fell in love during the post-Cold War era but also the adventures they had exploring their cultural differences. Tickets range from $5-$18 and can be purchased online.

Vikings Sports

Vikings Basketball, Tennis and Golf are playing all month. Make sure to check out the PSU Vikings event calendar for a detailed schedule.

Upcoming Events: February 2019

Students attending an event at PSU

At PSU this February, students are challenged to get active and stretch out those stiff winter muscles. Here are some event highlights happening in February. For a more comprehensive list, check out the PSU events calendar.


Super Bowl Watch Party

Sunday, 3 | 3:30-7:30 p.m. | Rec Center Sports Office
Join Campus Rec to watch the Super Bowl and enjoy free food. The event is free for all Campus Rec members (all PSU students are members) and $7 for non-members.

Noon Concert Series

Every Thursday | 12:00-1:00 p.m. | Lincoln Recital Hall
This weekly concert series is hosted by the PSU School of Music. At these events, students, faculty and guest artists will perform various instruments and music genres. The concerts are always free and open to the public. View their performance calendar.

Oregon Humanities Conversation Project: Can We Get Along?

Thursday, 7 | 10:00-11:30 a.m. | SMSU 209
Chisao Hata will facilitate a discussion on race, perspectives and cultural values, considering what brings people together and what separates them. This is a free event hosted by Oregon Humanities.

Career Workshop: Writing Resumes & Cover Letters

Thursday, 7 | 10:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. | ACS Office, USB 402
Advising & Career Services (ACS) hosts frequent Career Workshops throughout the year. This free workshop will help students write effective resumes and cover letters targeted to specific jobs. For more career-related events, review the ACS calendar.

Light Up Recreation (Portland Winter Light Festival)

Friday, 8 | 6:00-10:00 p.m. | Peter W. Stott Community Field
Light up the night in this interactive installation. Visitors will glow while they play games and do activities, with something for every age and ability. This free event is hosted by Campus Rec as a part of the 4th annual Portland Winter Light Festival, a city-wide event showcasing illuminated art and performances.

Nepalese Cultural Night

Friday, 15 | 5:00-9:00 p.m. | Smith Memorial Student Union 101
Celebrate Nepali culture and connect with community at PSU and beyond at this free event, hosted by the Nepalese Student Association. There will be free food, raffles and cultural performances. Nabin Dhimal, who was featured on our blog, will be officiating the event!

Splash Mob: PRIDE

Friday, 22 | 5:00-7:00 p.m. | Rec Center Pool
Trans, genderqueer and all body-positive people are invited to Open Rec Swim. Test your balance on the log roll, play water basketball, swim laps, relax in the spa and more. Free food and inner tubes will be provided. The event is free for all Campus Rec members (all PSU students are members) and $7 for non-members.

Vikings Sports

Vikings Basketball and Tennis have games going on all month. Check out the PSU Vikings event calendar for a detailed schedule.