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Annual UAA Crafts Fair: A meeting of talented Alaskan artisans

December 8, 20140

UAA’s annual Crafts Fair took place Dec. 6 in the Student Union. The event, hosted by Commuter Student Services, was…

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What can you do after graduation?

December 8, 20140

For Caitlin Cheely, a UAA alumna who earned her major in Russian last year, the weeks following graduation were a…

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Duke Kahumoku to speak on UAA’s Class of 2014’s behalf

December 8, 20140

Duke Kahumoku is representing UAA’s class of 2014 as the fall commencement speaker. Kahumoku is graduating this semester with a…

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ANSEP: Kids build computers on campus

November 20, 20140

Last Thursday and Friday, the newly remodeled ANSEP Academy Building buzzed with excitement as 48 middle school-aged students made empty…

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TNL Coverage: Interview with election worker Bill Gee

November 7, 20140

By James R. Evans More than 1,000 people cast their votes at the UAA Student Union during the midterm election.…

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Seawolf Slug: Ebola: What me, worry?

October 30, 20140

By Klax Zlubzecon Translated by George Hyde I saw a picture on Facebook that summed up my opinions on this…

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Orange Rhymes With: A weekend at sea

October 30, 20140

In a last-ditch attempt to obliterate any chance of passing my few remaining midterms I decided to make the obvious…

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Paul Nicklen, Biologist and National Geographic Arctic Photographer Explains How He Got His Start As a Photographer

October 15, 20140

National Geographic has just debuted its “Live!” speaker series in Anchorage. From daring tales of dealing with 8,000-pound elephant seals…

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Smoke-free initiative update

October 3, 20140

UAA students voted to support smoke-free initiative on campus last April. If passed, the smoke-free UAA policy would mean zero…

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Note-taking battle: pen and paper vs. laptops

October 3, 20140

When the semester started last spring, history professor Curtis Murphy made one thing quite clear: laptops were not to be…

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Seawolf Slug: Gaming in 2014: Or, the tragedy of hype

October 3, 20140

Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2012. George watched the live feed of Ubisoft’s fateful presentation with a twinkle in his eye.…

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Orange Rhymes With: Anchorage gets plundered: Pirate Pub Crawl 2014

October 3, 20140

I’ve never been a big fan of bars. With the exception of the beer itself, they’re typically filled with loud…

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RED ZONE: Burden of Proof

October 3, 20140

In a case of sexual assault on campus, there can be two different amounts of evidence required for action to…

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RED ZONE: Bystander ethics – what to do if one witnesses a sexual assault

October 3, 20140

If you see something do something, is a commonly known phrase when it comes to actions a bystander should take…

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