Father-son duo to kick off 2017-18 basketball season

Son of UAA head basketball coach signed national letter of intent to join the Seawolves following his 2017 graduation from Dimond High School

The future of trail races with the bear epidemic

Due to an unexpected amount of bear attacks in the Anchorage area, the traditional Crow Pass Crossing was suspended, leaving other trail races to debate the issue

New sculpture at the CPISB reflects on the sciences

"Inflorescence," a new sculpture on campus by Los Angeles-based artist Heath Satow, is more than meets the eye

Radical Recreation: Emily of the woods

Emily Wood's love for nature inspired her career in wildlife conservation

Student Spotlight: Joey Sweet to serve as Student Representative on the Board of Regents

Joey Sweet was appointed as the student representative to the Board of Regents this summer

Plant, garden and grow: Yarducopia digs a connection in Anchorage community

  Living in a housing complex or a highly condensed area of Anchorage can make it difficult to garden without the extra yard space. Yarducopia is a project of Alaska Community Action on Toxics that...

Interim Chancellor Samuel Gingerich assists in leadership transition

  As of July 1, Samuel Gingerich has stepped into a temporary role of interim chancellor, all while continuing service in previous roles as provost and executive vice chancellor. Gingerich has been at the University...

The flying gymnast: Marie-Sophie Boggasch takes on the Alaskan sky

In the spring of 2016, Marie-Sophie Boggasch, UAA gymnast, graduated with a bachelor's degree in aviation technology emphasizing on professional piloting. Boggasch joined UAA's gymnastics team back in 2012. At the age of only...

When two great things come together

Local craft beer and crispy bacon await at the fifth annual Beer and Bacon Festival

Student Life, Leadership Director retires after over 30 years

  Student Life and Leadership Director, Annie Route, is retiring June 30 after almost 31 years at UAA. Route has been recognized for her service to students with the 2009 Staff Make Students Count Award...

Team Fishers Fuel Takes Mud Volleyball Tournament

The winners of this year's Big Lake Mud Volleyball Tournament answer why spectators should play

Student Spotlight: Meet Student Showcase winner, Kaylin Jones

  One of 2017’s Student Showcase winners, Kaylin Jones is skilled at writing, public speaking, and she has a third often elusive ability –for those talented in reading and writing– to understand mathematics. When Jones...

Radical recreation: Touché

The current the Alaska State Champion in foil fencing, Joseph Longuevan works towards double major and hopes to become a professor

Route 33 open for business in Spenard

  Hans Nowka, part owner of TapRoot, is ready to move on. The Spenard venue is closed and in its place is his newest venture, Route 33. Rather than focus on music six days a week,...

A closer look at UAA Parking Services

When a student accidentally locks themselves out of their car, needs a jumpstart or requests to be escorted during late hours, the UAA Parking Services is the one to answer the call. Lisa Thayer, a...

The green thumbs behind UAA’s gardens

There's a reason UAA's landscaping is kept lively but safe all year long

Weidner Center for Real Estate Management opens this fall

New center is provided to cater to the growing career field

College Cookbook: Roses gone wild

Bring food and drink to another level with this burst of floral flavor.

Political science majors give their two cents on fixing the Alaska Legislature

As a budget crisis loomed, the state of Alaska was scheduled to shut down on July 1. The Division of Motor Vehicles, Alaska Ferries and 2.5 million fish housed at state hatcheries, according to...

Get Down and Derby at Alaska’s First Party on Wheels

The Alaska Aviation Heritage museum will be holding a rollerskating party provided by Down and Derby on June 17

UAA’s 2007-08 Men’s basketball team — Where are they now?

Four standout alumni from UAA's basketball team look back at their collegiate careers and reflect on how it has shaped their lives

Alaska flavors fuel Wild Scoops ice cream

No one was screaming for ice cream downtown on the overcast evening of May 26, but people were eagerly lined up down the block from Wild Scoops’ new ice cream shop. It was the...

Student Spotlight: The life of a Truman Scholar

  Cheyenne Mathews is a member of the UAA Seawolf Debate team. Jacob Shercliffe’s first job was in high school bagging groceries at Carrs; the summer after that he was a pizza boy at Papa Johns....

Into the wild: A staycation

Alaska has many options for those who want the vacation without the hassle

Radical Recreation: Too close to the edge

As a kid, seeing a tree with perfect branches made climbing irresistible. This urge to climb stuck with biology major, Gus Barber, who picked up rock climbing three years ago. After spontaneously going by the...

The road to Mount Marathon

Starting out over 100 years ago, the Mouth Marathon Race became an official organized event that challenged racers to climb a mile and a half up the mountain to get to the 3,022 foot...

Big Lake’s Mud Volleyball Tournament turns 30

Join the fun at the Big Lake Lion's Recreation Center for the annual Mud Volleyball Tournament

Celebration of the past, present and future

UAA will be hosting a Juneteenth celebration June 14-15

Everything you need to know about cancelled classes

This spring semester art major Hannah Paulston’s typography class was cancelled. When she received an email about her class cancellation, Paulston’s first thought was “crap.”"It was shorter notice than I’m comfortable with,” Paulston said....

Get tipsy with springtime spruce tips

Take advantage of the abundance of spruce tips this spring.