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Sports, markets, music and more

Annual PB&J drive continues in year eight

“The primary goal of the event is to stock the Emergency Food Cache here at UAA… which directly benefits UAA and it’s students,” Echternacht said.

Student business owner shares his path to success

"I literally had a store in my bedroom. I had tables set up and I was just selling different things. Entrepreneurship was in my blood, if you will. It was something that I found great interest in and just loved to do,” Jones said.

The Chronicles of Yarnia: The crochet, the knit and the cross stitch

Be sure to catch their upcoming sales, and the last of the fall semester on Nov. 21 and Dec. 5 at 11:30 a.m. in the Social Sciences Building.

College Cookbook: Honey garlic ferment

This strong and sweet sauce would make a great addition to a stir-fry, or even hummus.

Radical Recreation: Mixing up happiness

Restaurant hospitality management major Jessica Struempler specializes in making desserts

UAA Atwood Chair to discuss Alaska’s oil money

Tim Bradner is an accomplished journalist who has covered Alaska public policy issues since the 1960s

Student-led Swahili lessons help represent global student organization

Victor Samoei, of Kenya, explains challenges of teaching crash course in complex language

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A steampunk celebration, movies and beer tasting.

Anchorage happiness rating receives mixed reaction

Recently published article ranks Anchorage as one of the happiest cities in North America.

Arguing Alaska debate investigates proposed immigration reforms

Next in the series to take place Nov. 13. Tickets are $15, accessible from beartooththeatre.net

Radical recreation: For the thrill of it

Desmond Ongaro is dedicated to enhancing a rider's performance through engineering

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First Friday, concerts, a ski swap and more.

College Cookbook: Three salads to distract you from Halloween candy

It's that time of the year again. Take a break from the cupcakes, cookies and candy. These tasty and healthy salads will keep your energy up to get you through the last half of...

Professor at UAA receives perfect score on ratemyprofessors.com

Ron Crawford, professor emeritus of history and geography, tops the charts in student reviews, overall quality

Clubs, charity and candy at UAA’s Haunted Halloween Fun Night

The event will be held on the second floor of the Student Union, from 1-6 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 28. Parking and admission to the event are free and tickets to participate in the different activities are $0.50 each.

Delta Alpha Pi Honor Society starts new chapter at UAA

The three Greek letters of Delta Alpha Pi stand for disability, achievement and pride in accomplishments not just as students with handicaps, but as members of the university community.

Thai salmon soup

A hearty, healthy soup fit for an Alaska winter day.

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Halloween parties, movies and more.

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A Tribe Called Red, author discussions and more.

Radical Recreation: Head in the clouds

Aviation enthusiast Maksim Mayer's passion for flight began during childhood.

UAA’s student-athletes by the numbers

Every year, numerous talented Alaskans join the Seawolves to represent their home state, but out-of-state athletes and international students also seek to become part of the Green and Gold.

College Cookbook: Thirty-minute chicken Marsala

All this elegant dish requires is a pan, a stove and wine.

Contemporary art space and bookstore opens downtown

Bivy specializes in independently published books from around Europe and North America.

Q & A with ‘I Am Inuit’ photographer Brian Adams

Brian Adams talks photography, gear and current projects.

The Academic Coaching Center eases the college transition

The Academic Coaching Center focuses on skills like note taking, studying, and time management.

Homecoming week to feature new events, old favorites

It's homecoming week at UAA, but the traditional shopping cart parade has been replaced by a photo scavenger hunt this year.

Radical Recreation: Go with the flow

Master's student Sabre Hill wants to help preserve nature with her love of river rafting

UAA culinary arts takes second place in professional dessert competition

In their first year competing, UAA's culinary and hospitality program placed second in the Sweet Rivalry edible centerpiece competition on Oct. 2.

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A Cappella Festivella, UAA surplus sale, "She Kills Monsters" and more.