Athletic/recreation fee may increase

October 7, 20150

Fees at UAA, which seem to always be going up, don’t just increase without the input of students on campus.…

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Renovations underway for “reimagined” campus bookstore

September 30, 20150

The UAA Campus Bookstore is ordering much more than textbooks for next semester. Along with the thousands of new textbooks…

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Introduction to UAA Housing series: “Something Phenomenal”

September 23, 20150

What David Weaver won’t admit is the fact he has probably one of the most challenging jobs at the university.…

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Residential hall lobbies to be remodeled

September 21, 20150

In a few short months, the first floor lobbies of East, West, and North Hall, as students know them, will…

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UAA’s new Engineering and Industry building unveiled in ceremonial ribbon cutting; September 10

September 8, 20150

  Under construction since 2013; the new engineering and industry building is now open and ready to be broken in.…

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Wells Fargo Sports Complex construction coming to a close

August 19, 20150

As fall semester looms just around the corner, so does the reopening of the Wells Fargo Sports Complex. The recreation…

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Alaska Airlines Center nears 1-year anniversary

August 18, 20150

The Alaska Airlines Center is approaching its first full calendar year of use. The $109 million, multi-purpose arena has seen…

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What they don’t tell you about living in the dorms

August 10, 20150

A decent amount of my freshman year was spent in room 207-B of West hall. I really liked West, it…

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Stone lion guards UAA Rock Garden

July 30, 20150

The massive feline looks startled as if rudely awakened from an afternoon snooze from commotion outside the UAA Natural Sciences…

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USUAA lends hand to depressed Green and Gold Bike Share

June 16, 20150

It was the one of the first proposals set before the newly formed Green Fee Board several years ago: a…

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UAA nursing students to host community fair, “Swear to Care,” tomorrow

June 12, 20150

Senior nursing students from UAA’s School of Nursing are culminating a seven-week intensive capstone project this Saturday from noon-6 p.m.…

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Are Cameras Making Police and Civilians More Accountable?

May 23, 20150

Most of us have had the experience of whipping out our smartphones to capture an “out-of-the-ordinary” event in public to…

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The Cost of Graudation

April 29, 20150

Seniors looking to graduate after years of paying for college find themselves with a new dilemma: How to pay to…

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UAA bids farewell to beloved ‘gentleman’ professor

April 29, 20150

As soon as this semester ends, Professor of English Clay Nunnally is retiring after 45 years at UAA. Nunally is…

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