The Student Union has gotten out of hand this semester.
Stories By Emily Hodson
Alcohol and college are a common combination. Students both of and under the age tend to drink sometimes.
Every year, UAA gets the opportunity to host Alcohol Awareness Week, an annual event that is designed to help students develop a good understanding of how to drink responsibly.
“This summer there was an increased risk of Syphilis among men having sex with men who are finding their sex partners online, through sex-seeking sites in Anchorage and Fairbanks,” warns the State of Alaska Department of Health and Social Services website.
The seventh annual “Ton in Ten” canned food drive, where students can trade in jars of peanut butter and jelly for parking ticket reimbursement, is finally here again.
Two internationally recognized comedians are visiting UAA this Thursday. Student Activities presents “A Night of Comedy with Marcus and Melissa Villasenor.”
The Student Union has many events each week, but none as loud and consistent as the Noon Music near Subway.
Students, people and bands from all genres and backgrounds are selected each week to perform for two hours inside the Student Union cafeteria, where many people pass by to go to classes or grab food.
If sweet and sour are mixed together, it becomes wonderful in many senses. The flavors complement each other well. It’s often unusual to make a sour face from a drink that has some sort of sweetness to it, and the Margarita Tropical Fruit Island beverage is one of those drinks. To make a Margarita Tropical […]
Until iTunes displayed The xx’s album on its “new featured music” page, the talented music group never really had a spotlight. The British indie trio is on their second album now, called “Coexist.” Their album cover, which features a big “X” with a rainbow oil splatter inside of it, was very appealing. After listening, “The […]
Due to get married and soon to have a baby, Alanis Morissette graces fans with a new helping of her unique brand of pop through her newest album, “Havoc and Bright Lights.” And it’s a worthy listen by far.