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Here’s the Women’s and Men’s Great Alaska Shootout Schedule!
Also: get a break down with Thomas McIntyre and Mark Hoffman including stats on the University of Alaska Anchorage Seawolves (Women’s and Men’s), Georgetown University Hoyas, Nicholls State University Colonels, UC Riverside Highlanders, Indiana State Sycamores, University of Denver Pioneers, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Phoenix, University of Tulsa Golden Hurricane, Pepperdine University Waves, Texas Christian University Horned Frogs, and Harvard University Crimson.
In the first week of November, the United States experienced an airport shooting, an airport bomb threat, and an armed individual in a New Jersey mall and a university lockdown. The events sparked discussion about public safety across social media sites. Are people overreacting, or are they not concerned enough?
Check out photos from Homecoming Week 2013, October 10-18, including the Shopping Cart Parade, ‘Breast Show Ever’ Opening Reception, Broomball, Quiddtich, TNL’s own Murder Mystery Night, A Cappella Festivella 20, and the Homecoming Dance!
Updated news on the campus construction. Includes parking openings and alternatives as well as road closures.
What do beards, feedback, and vocal static have in common? They’re all fuzzy.
Straight from Australia, The Growl’s new 11-song album “What Would Christ Do?” is a hazy, bluesy indie rock album that lives up to its ambitiously growling title.
Throughout the many years of gaming history, the RPG genre has gone through many phases.
From “Zelda” to “Final Fantasy,” gamers have a lot of great memories and “Evoland” will likely evoke similar ones.
As of March 21, the country’s most renowned institution of higher learning can add another accomplishment to its lengthy list of achievements: its first NCAA basketball tournament victory.
After six long years of rumors and mounting excitement, “BioShock: Infinite” is everything gamers have hoped for and much more.
The University of Alaska at the University of Alaska Assembly, the student government, is hosting its annual election for President and Vice President.
The duos running are Andrew Lemish and Andrew Lessig and Max Bullock and Johnnie Templeton. Write in candidates are also eligible to be elected.
What about a medical school in Alaska? It is in our best interest to have excellent medical education and teaching hospitals where we live.
Many important issues were raised in the Women’s History Month edition of The Northern Light, nearly all of which were either only vaguely touched on yet overshadowed by inconsequential nonsense or entirely redirected in a way harmful to women everywhere. There are numerous examples of this in nearly every article, but I will confine this letter to what I think are the most important.
My aunt always told me, “If you see a person driving off a bridge to stay out of the way. You do not want to turn a suicide into a homicide.” Well, this article is not about a car crash but on Greek Life on campus.
These days, many games try to tell complex stories. They follow the example of titles that succeed with edgy, well-told narratives without realizing that those legendary titles are, at their core, interactive experiences. “Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance” is one of those conflicted games. It can’t decide whether it wants to be an awesome action game like “Bayonetta” or a soul-crushingly dispiriting story like the other “Metal Gear” series titles.