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With all the stories being shared about Alaska on national networks, most Alaskans see beyond the shallow exterior of these Hollywood acts; however, their stories... [Read More]
Alaska is notorious for seasonal affective disorder, which a 1992 study said affected 9.2 percent of a random sample of 283 Fairbanks residents. Hoping to... [Read More]
At the senate meeting on April 15, student government was visited by representatives from Student Affairs, DRAW, Student Health and Counseling Services, and Transportation Services.... [Read More]
When I signed up for my first women and gender studies class I was ecstatic. You can imagine the joy of a blossoming activist, receiving... [Read More]
Students Who Enjoy Economic Thinking is a club that anyone can visit to talk about economics in a respectful environment. Meetings start out with a... [Read More]
On Friday, the Trump administration released a report stating that human activity is a dominant cause of climate change. This report follows President Trump's June... [Read More]
We are now firmly in the holiday season. Halloween has passed us by, Thanksgiving is only a few weeks away, and Christmas is just around... [Read More]
Tuesday, November 7Do you like chili like I do? Well today you can eat chili to your heart's content from noon – 2 p.m. In... [Read More]
Suspicious Circumstances10/24/2017 4:15 pm – A man in the Sustainable Village called 911 to report another man following him around and trying kill him. The... [Read More]
Correction: Photo captions have been edited to contain the proper names of individuals pictured. Volleyball The Nanook volleyball team was defeated by the Northwest Nazarene... [Read More]
For most performances, the entire crowd shouting "Fuck you" at the top of their lungs would be considered a failure, but "The Rocky Horror Picture... [Read More]
The Wood Center Ballroom transformed into a vision of South Asian culture on Saturday as hundreds of revelers gathered for the celebration of Diwali, the... [Read More]
To educate people about the freezing and thawing layers of sediment called permafrost, the University of Alaska, in conjunction with the Oregon Museum of Science... [Read More]
One of the charming things about the university is how my social media feed blows up with pictures of costumes, makeup, and party decorations when... [Read More]
Live in the Now. Many of us have heard it, seen it on bumper stickers and yoga shirts, but what does it really mean? This... [Read More]
On Oct. 21, President Donald Trump announced on Twitter that he would be releasing the classified files on President John F. Kennedy's assassination. On Thursday... [Read More]
Harassing Communication10/23/2017 10:28 a.m. – An email was sent to the police department, a man had been touching and harassing residents of Moore Hall. The... [Read More]
Tuesday, October 31Happy Halloween! I hope you're ready for a terrifying day as college student. Or, you know, as whatever you're dressed up as for... [Read More]
Claims of PrejudiceAccusations were levied against Sen. Daniel Dougherty concerning things he allegedly said in the public ASUAF office, and a motion was made by... [Read More]
The American Sign Language program which has been a part of university curriculum for more than twenty years, has gone from a program offering a... [Read More]