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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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RED ZONE: Protecting yourself from online sexual harassment

October 3, 20140

The webcomic “Penny Arcade” has a great strip regarding what they call the “Greater Internet F—wad Theory,” or GIFT for…

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RED ZONE: Avoid sexual assault by partying safely

October 3, 20140

Fact: Most sexual assaults on campuses involve alcohol. Many parties also involve alcohol, and when students party — especially freshmen…

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RED ZONE: LGBT Community at Risk

September 23, 20140

Sexual assault and harassment are major issues for young Americans in today’s culture. Some people already know this, but what…

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An ode to my fallen car

September 23, 20140

Once upon a time there was a baby-faced, poorly dressed high school boy who got his first car, and it…

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Sleep and the collegiate brain

August 26, 20140

In the year 2013, an alien brain slug from one of the galaxy’s most feared empires crash-landed on Earth and…

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