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Archaeology Day thrills explorers of all ages

October 21, 20140

The University Center took a trip back to the Paleolithic Age on Oct. 18, when UAA’s Anthropology Department hosted its…

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Residence hall break-ins raise safety concerns

October 7, 20140

In the wake of two Main Apartment Complex break-ins within a week, concerns have been raised for the safety of…

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USUAA appoints rules committee weeks late

October 7, 20140

USUAA has officially established a rules committee as of its Sept. 26 general assembly meeting. According to the bylaws of…

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Residence halls may give alcohol amnesty

October 6, 20140

The Student Code of Conduct Review Committee is in the process of revising the Student Code of Conduct to include…

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UAA prepares for Title IX compliance review

September 23, 20140

UAA is preparing for a Title IX compliance review, expected to take place next month. Over the past two years,…

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Club Council upholds NSLS deactivation

September 23, 20140

On Sept. 19, Club Council voted to uphold their Executive Board’s decision to deactivate the National Society of Leadership and…

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Pat Gamble’s retention bonus rescinded

September 23, 20140

A retention bonus of $320,000 intended for University of Alaska President Pat Gamble was rescinded Sept. 8 through a Board…

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UA President, Pat Gamble offered $320,000 bonus

September 23, 20140

Amidst prioritization in the University of Alaska system, the UA Board of Regents have offered the president of the UA…

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Student government president and vice president platforms and priorities

August 26, 20140

USUAA President Stacey Lucason and Vice President Jolaine Polak won out the student government election with 455 votes, leaving competitors…

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Prioritization reports go public

August 25, 20140

UAA released its final reports for the massive review process known as prioritization Aug. 13. The project, with many hours…

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Last call at the polls

August 25, 20140

Depending on when you're reading this, you're either: a) Basking in satisfaction, having cast your ballot in the 2014 primary…

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Former engineering dean sues UAA

August 5, 20140

Tien-Chien Jen, whose abrupt resignation in May as dean of the College of Engineering had some scratching their chins, has…

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UAF starts laying off people amid budget woes

July 22, 20140

A reduction in state funding combined with rising fixed costs will force layoffs at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. The…

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Black bear with two cubs shot near Goose Lake

July 22, 20140

A black bear family that had since early June been a familiar sight around UAA will not be returning. Alaska…

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