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UAA employee salary info to be included in state records database

The salaries of public employees are a matter of public record — but that doesn’t always mean these records are accessible to the average person. Juneau’s public radio and television station, KTOO, is spearheading an effort to create a searchable database containing the records of a variety of state agencies, including the sprawling University of […]

2014 Slush Cup at Alyeska (Photos)

Photos By Adam Eberhardt

Athletic director thanks Seawolf supporters

Dear Friends of Seawolf Athletics, Today marks the completion of my first six months as Director of Athletics, without question the most exciting and rewarding period of my professional career in college athletics. It has been an honor and privilege for Patricia and I to make your home our home. It has also been an […]

NSAA XC Skiing Championship/Super Tour 2014 (Photos)

Photos by Adam Eberhardt

Chicken, apple & grape salad

This recipe is meant to give a little extra flavor to a classic dish and hopefully encourage you to experiment with ingredients. You can choose to either get pre-cooked chicken or buy fresh chicken and season it to your taste. Some may like coating the chicken breasts in vegetable oil and sprinkling some garlic-based seasoning […]

Winter break photo contest winners

Check out the winners from the Winter Break Photo Contest!

Great Alaska Shootout Schedule & Dissecting the Shootout field

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.

Recent events raise public, campus safety concerns

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?

Photos from Homecoming Week 2013

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!

UAA Construction Corner

Updated news on the campus construction. Includes parking openings and alternatives as well as road closures.

Aussie band growls out a new album

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.

‘Evoland’: A nostalgic, yet unnecessary game

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.

Shootout ’13: watch out for Harvard

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.

‘BioShock: Infinite’ is a masterpiece

After six long years of rumors and mounting excitement, “BioShock: Infinite” is everything gamers have hoped for and much more.

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