Friday Jul 11
The upcoming World Junior Championships will have a Portland impact; Oregon track & field...
The World Junior Track & Field Championships land in Eugene, July 22-27, but the meet will have a Portland presence too.
Kent charter school hires dean of academics
Myra McCormick is the new dean of academics at Excel Charter School in Kent. The school is scheduled to open in the fall of 2015.
How sexual assault rates compare among Oregon's colleges
A new report shows wide disparities in the rates of reported sexual assaults on U.S. college campuses and ranks Portland's Reed College with the nation's third-highest rate.
Santa Cruz Sentinel
Rep. Sam Farr, July 2, 2014: Continuing the fight for racial equality
Fifty years ago, President Lyndon Johnson signed into law the Civil Rights Act. It was a landmark piece of legislation that outlawed discrimination in the United States, ended racial segregation in public places and struck down unequal voter registration requirements.
Southern Oregon U gets interim president, retired Minnesota college leader Roy Hirofumi Saigo
Southern Oregon University, whose president is leaving for a college presidency in Washington, has a new interim leader: retired Minnesota college president Roy Hirofumi Saigo.