From the Oregonian, May 21, 2012 A preschool teacher first told Marne Maykowskyj Nordean that her son Henry might have a developmental disorder. “He was disruptive,” says the Portland mother of three. “Most kids would do what they were told. Henry just never saw anything that way. His thoughts move in a cyclone instead of […]
By Katherine Boyce, Portland State Vanguard, January 19, 2012 Vending machines with healthier alternatives are being installed at PSU As you grow hungry on your way to class, you may begin to regret not bringing food with you. Thankfully, you spot a vending machine in the hall, which allows you to grab something quickly and […]
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