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A Proposal to Save the World; One Cup of Coffee at a Time

February 18, 20150

Tucked within students’ UAA billing statements lies the “Green Fee,” a $3 fee that goes into a larger pool of…

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Senior McKenna Hanson works in project to save Aleutian Terns

February 18, 20150

Environment and society senior McKenna Hanson is attempting to help save the Aleutian tern, a species of bird dying off…

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UAA’s agreement with Tanaina comes to an unexpected and sudden end

February 11, 20150

On Jan. 27, 2015 Tanaina Child Development Center was issued a notice to vacate their space in the Wells Fargo…

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Highly Anticipated ‘Prioritization’ report released, Music Program faces uncertainty.

February 11, 20150

The University of Alaska Anchorage released its latest program prioritization report Feb. 3. UAA Chancellor Tom Case and his cabinet…

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Governor’s arctic policy adviser urges UA involvement in arctic issues

February 11, 20151

In April 2015, the United States will become chair of the Arctic Council, an intergovernmental forum for arctic states and…

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Love at UAA, Brattons meet via foreign exchange

February 11, 20150

Nine years ago for the Northern Light’s Hot Topic question, students were asked what their best or worst date experience…

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Search for provost coming to a close

February 2, 20150

The search committee for UAA’s new provost and vice chancellor of academic affairs is coming to a close. In Dec.…

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UA system faces budget cuts from Governor

February 2, 20150

On January 22, Governor Bill Walker unveiled new operating and capital budgets to the public and submitted them to the…

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Love is More Powerful than Hate

January 27, 20150

Rev. Bernard Lafayette Jr., original Freedom Rider and Civil Rights activist spoke Thursday night at the Wendy Williamson Auditorium. Friday,…

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Upcoming lecture highlights women’s issues in China

January 20, 20150

Back in November, a series of lectures began at the UAA Bookstore regarding Chinese works of literature and what American…

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UAA suspends chemistry degree program enrollment

January 12, 20150

Last month, the College of Arts and Sciences announced it will suspend the admission of new students into the chemistry…

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Health Campus Pedestrian Bridge built across Providence Drive

January 12, 20150

Over Christmas break, Providence Drive was closed from Dec. 20 through Jan. 4 to make way for the new Health…

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What can you do after graduation?

December 8, 20140

For Caitlin Cheely, a UAA alumna who earned her major in Russian last year, the weeks following graduation were a…

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VIDEO: UAA Anthropology makes move back to Beatrice G. McDonald Hall

December 5, 20140

After two years in the Professional Studies Building with a temporary lab downtown, UAA’s Anthropology Department is returning to the…

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