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Seawolves spoil Falcons’ upset hopes at home

March 5, 20150

When Seawolf forward Megan Mullings checked out of last Thursday’s game against Seattle Pacific University for good, the Alaska Airlines…

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An epic battle of facial hair commences in the Student Union

March 4, 20150

Bearded and mustached individuals and beard lovers, or pogonophiles, gathered together for an event like none other, the UAA Beard…

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‘Contentment’ explores serenity

March 4, 20150

“Contentment,” an art exhibit showing in the Student Union over the course of WinterFest, is about exactly that: contentment. It’s…

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Seawolf Women #1 in national poll

February 26, 20150

In sports, there is no shortage of average teams — teams that win some and lose some at about the…

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Engaging students and faculty in discussion about life’s hardest questions

February 26, 20150

A debate over faith and its relevance in education sparked common ground at the Student Union last Thursday night. Secular…

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Alaska Gaming Convention comes to UAA

February 26, 20150

Alaska has a vast gaming community, but for a long time, organizing it was rather difficult. However, the folks behind…

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Seawolves hit ‘rock-bottom’ in 10-0 defeat against No. 5 Huskies

February 18, 20150

The UAA hockey team did not sleep well on Saturday night — nightmares of the No. 5-ranked Michigan Tech University…

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When faced with budget cuts, what at UAA would you cut?

February 18, 20150

Austin Bauer Freshman Music Education “I personally would cut funding to student loans. There are many scholarship opportunities, so we…

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Keep your soul and spirit alive: Charles Bradley talks to TNL

February 18, 20150

Charles Bradley started his career in music as a James Brown impersonator by the name of Black Velvet. Bradley was…

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UAA’s agreement with Tanaina comes to an unexpected and sudden end

February 11, 20150

On Jan. 27, 2015 Tanaina Child Development Center was issued a notice to vacate their space in the Wells Fargo…

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Governor’s arctic policy adviser urges UA involvement in arctic issues

February 11, 20151

In April 2015, the United States will become chair of the Arctic Council, an intergovernmental forum for arctic states and…

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UAA’s talented poets perform at Spoken Word

February 11, 20150

Tuesday night held laughs, fresh talent and some Jonah Hill in the UAA Student Union Den. New and old voices…

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5 reasons why Mountainfilm on Tour is worth watching

February 11, 20150

Telluride Mountainfilm is an annual festival and worldwide tour, displaying an array of beautiful and unique films from around the…

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The Grammys 2015: Underlying Racism?

February 11, 20150

As February is here, so are the annual Grammy Awards. It will be the 57th year that the National Academy…

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