The 2010 Carrs/Safeway Great Alaska Shootout Men’s championship game was nothing less than what a college basketball enthusiast could hope for. It would be the St. John’s Red Storm took home the title with a 67-58 win over the Arizona State Sun Devils after coming back at the half when they were down 30-20. It […]
Stories By Megan Edge
Brown cardboard boxes and blue plastic tubs fill the space on my boyfriend’s floor as he prepares himself for the next step in life. It was another Friday in the office and I had just received the text announcing that my other half had gotten the job in Kenai Alaska. I reacted differently than I […]
Recently I started playing Intramural soccer at UAA and as much fun as I have had with the program this far I find certain rules discriminatory towards the female gender. In intramural soccer if a woman scores a point her team receives two points. If a man were to score a point he would […]
In 2008 when Alfred Kangogo joined the UAA cross-country team as a freshman he was quick to make a name for himself in the world of college athletics, receiving All-region and All-Conference honors.
Abuse can be delivered in more than one form. There is physical abuse and mental abuse. These can occur when someone is under the influence or completely sober. Both men and women can deliver this. It can be dealt by a friend, a family member or a lover. But no matter the situation, it is […]
Fairbanks joins the WCHA starting in 2013 putting both of Alaska’s D1 schools in the same conference. The rivalry is natural. At the last governor’s cup, USUAA student body president Miles Brooks made an agreement with Fairbanks; if UAA lost we would say that Fairbanks was a better hockey team. UAA lost. UAA students were […]
The UAA cross-country meet at Kincaid Park was a starting line for the season, where the men and women both finished in in the top four spots for both teams.
With a 18 minute finish in the 5K race was senior Ruth Keino crossing the finishing line 46 seconds before the second place finisher.
Lets take a journey back in time. Not back too far, just April of this past year. It’s the Friday before finals week and I sat in my nighty shorts and cream-colored tank top, beneath my boyfriend’s white down comforter reading F. Scott Fitzgerald’s, “This Side of Paradise.” He had just finished a final that […]
After the devastating changeup in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA) this past July, in which several top schools scheduled their departure from the conference, the program seems to be looking up.
In the last days of August, invitations were sent out to Alaska Fairbanks, Bowling Green, Ferris State, Lake Superior State and Western Michigan.
The line between clingy guys always seems to be teetering on a line no wider than dental floss. Some say it’s sweet how in love they are, others say it’s awful being so obsessed, but what separates the two is solely decided on how far someone is willing to go.
As most beer drinking, apple pie loving, hot dog eating Americans already know the NFL lockout has come to an end.
We should all sleep more sound knowing that the men of our favorite teams are training preparing for another season of America’s favorite sport.
Located at the end of Raspberry Road is Kincaid Park, and the home to the second most challenging disc golf course in the city of Anchorage. Now its no Hilltop, in difficulty but up until Hilltop opened in early June the course held the bar for hard core frolfing.
Compared to the local favorite Westchester, Kincaid has minimal people, or at least thats what it seems.
Contrary to the bad reputation that the Hanshew Middle School disc golf course has, I find it to be a personal favorite. The course is only a half course, with nine holes that work their way from the track, to the woods across the parking lot, and eventually all the way around the building. The […]
Zack Loivton remembers his first time diving in Alaskan waters. He swung his legs onto the platform on the back of the dive boat and stood up, took a deep breath, put his regulator into his mouth, pressed his had to his mask and dropped into Prince William Sound.