Lunch in the neighborhood

Looking for something cheap to eat within a few blocks of the university? Of the three nearby cafeterias, UAA's cafeteria doesn't wow and is expensive, Providence Hospital sometimes has good food, but it's unpredictable....

And the 2000 Student Satisfaction Survey says…

Ever suffered through “rude” administration people at UAA? Well, it probably won't come as a surprise to you, but you are not alone. According to a new student satisfaction survey released in December, red...

Creative writing grad classes tell their stories

During fall finals, UAA visiting professor Nancy Lord took her UAA creative writing graduate students to her favorite Anchorage spot—Cyrano's Bookstore. As part of Lord's non-fiction workshop, each student read stories of their lives...

Diversity Workshop Celebrates Civil Rights

A group discussion got `juicy' while breaking polite silence and attempting to “quit faking the funk” with notions about prejudice, racism and bigotry. Healing Racism in Anchorage, a local non-profit organization, and the campus...

Civil Rights Day visitor speaks his mind

Russ Pressley, University of Alaska Anchorage's AHAINA (African-American, Hispanic, Asian, International and Native American) Student Programs coordinator, and Dr. Eric Abercrumbie, this year's visiting speaker for Civil Rights Day, have something in common. They...

UAA crosses cultures with growing international program

The University of Alaska Anchorage wants to add an international flavor to its curriculum mix. “Broadening perspectives and learning other ways of thinking is just the kind of mind and attitude expanding experience that a...

Great American Smokeout: Is it Your Time to Quit?

If you don't take care of your body, where will you live? If you have ever tried to lose weight, start an exercise program, change your study habits or give up chocolate, you know that...

Native Heritage Month : sharing traditions

Beading is a Native Alaskan traditional art form that has been handed down through the generations. “It is a way to tie in home with something that goes on at the university,” said Rachel...