Rebekah Moras insists she's an average student. She dropped out of high school in favor of traveling to Switzerland in her teens, and then earned her GED when she was 20 and enrolled at UAA. This year she was awarded a Fulbright teaching scholarship - one of the most highly regarded scholarships in the country.
Kally Greene-Gudmundson will be strutting the stage this spring commencement
Backpacks and a suitcase bulging with books. That's all Alaska filmmaker, Mary Katzke and her son, Corin Katzke took when they sold everything and left Anchorage on a one-way trip to Ireland in 2010. They continued to travel across three continents with no set itinerary for what was then Corin’s entire fifth grade school year. Photographs from the Katzkes’ year-long adventure will be shown during the “World School” exhibit at Hugi Lewis Studios beginning this Friday, Sept 6, 5 p.m. Showings will continue throughout the month. The accompanying “World school” documentary film will screen at the Bear Tooth Theatrepub, Sept. 16, 5:30 p.m.
The Copy and Print Center is also offering a new service called the digital storefront. Users will have access to all of the services they currently offer by making an account on their website.
Long, smooth, straight hair. Just like in the magazines. Some women would risk their lives for it. You might be risking your life for it without even knowing it. The popular keratin treatment ‘Brazilian...
What is one thing that is essential to most students’ daily lives? Coffee. And what is one of the most popular places to get coffee on campus? Starbucks. Unfortunately, like most places on campus, the menu at this particular Starbucks is more expensive than other off-campus venues. This fact causes problems because many Starbucks fans believe the prices of Starbucks’ coffee is already too highly priced at regular locations.
Kristin Hamerski walked into The Northern Light office wearing a spotless white jacket, high heels and diamond hoop earrings. Looking at the fashionable young woman, it's easy to imagine her donning a tiara and sash and gliding across stage. This is in fact what she does in her spare time.
UAA’s diligent pursuit of diversity has recently taken another stride forward in the form of a newly-completed video series by the Campus Office of Diversity and Compliance. The office, in partnership with Monica Kane, has...
Homecoming week offers plenty for students, as well as staff and faculty, but what about those who have finished their time at UAA? Well, those UAA grads can join in on Homecoming festivities with...
Epilepsy patients. Cancer survivors. Homeless shelters. The list goes on. Summertime in Anchorage is always busy, but this summer is packed to bursting with charity events for all sorts of different causes and organizations. Beyond the act of simply giving money, people have the chance to get out and actively support numerous foundations benefiting those in need, becoming involved in a community, state, and nationwide act of goodwill.