The uaa_memes account was created shortly after Josiah Nash, USUAA student ombudsman, started a different account called uaailluminati on Instagram, which featured memes that were directed at USUAA members. Both accounts have since been deleted.
The Northern Light reports Student Life and Leadership's contract costs for Bill Nye, Alabama Shakes and Garfunkel and Oates.
In a time of transition, when national searches are underway to fill several top university positions, in-state executive pay for college leaders falls below the national average.
$358,093.43 was spent on travel for members of the Board of Regents over the past five years.
Small and meaningless phrases or behaviors can hold much larger implications
This fall, UAA is implementing a new way to provide meal plans for students residing on campus. This change includes adding more meals per...
Domestic violence has been a prominent issue in the state of Alaska for decades, which has lead to reports of sexual assault that have...
Anchorage, with the fifth largest cargo airport in the world, may be an underdog in nationwide search
Identity Evropa is classified as a hate group by The Southern Poverty Law Center, a public interest law firm and civil rights advocacy organization, located in Montgomery, Alabama.
Lance Ahern What is your party affiliation of any? "None." How many years of political experience do you have? "I’ve been in service at city and state government...
For students graduating, one of the personal ways to represent one’s self beyond a cap and gown is through the cords adorning the neck....
On May 9, Burris announced his resignation to the student government's assembly. According to the USUAA constitution and bylaws, the vice president assumes the vacant presidential position and seeks a student to fill the vice president seat.
It’s not just women that have spoken out; several men have come forward with stories of sexual harassment and inappropriate behavior by Kevin Spacey, the now former "House of Cards" actor.
The University of Alaska Anchorage recently signed a contract with the education publishing company Pearson. The agreement allows the university to start shifting from...
Even back when movies were in black and white, Hollywood films normalized sexual assault. The media has played a serious role in de-stigmatizing rape,...
For more information on the search for UAA Chancellor, visit uaa.alaska.edu/about/administration/office-of-the-chancellor/chancellorsearch.cshtml
Proposed plan seeks to hold administration accountable
On the afternoon following the 7.9 earthquake, Natalia Ruppert from the Alaska Earthquake Center presented and answered questions about the earthquake through Facebook live.
The University of Alaska is the only system actively using the state minimum wage exemption
About every other month, UAA Surplus holds a public sale to offload extra equipment.
“Blackboard has always been a kind of a sticky wicket… even when I was a grad student. But this fall semester has been really trying,” Howard said.
The drafted document, posted on WHO's website, describes the disorder as "a pattern of persistent or recurrent gaming behavior ('digital gaming' or 'video-gaming'), which may be online (i.e., over the internet) or offline."
The School of Allied Health opens program to help local healthcare facilities and provide opportunity for UAA students
In its fourth year, the Red Zone series continues to share stories and news to eliminate the shame surrounding sexual assault and harassment.
Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., the parent company of Sam’s Club, announced Jan. 11 that it will be closing 63 different Sam’s Clubs nationwide, including ones in Alaska.
Teacher turnover has averaged 20 percent in rural Alaska schools for nearly a decade
A fungus that has wiped out millions of bats since appearing on the East Coast a decade ago is making its way to Alaska.
Last month, UAA signed a partnership agreement with the National University of Mongolia. This agreement will open doorways to collaborative research and faculty and student...
The “What does a solution to homelessness in Anchorage look like?” Think Tank event will take place on Thursday, Jan. 25 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:45 p.m. in the Consortium Library, room 307. The event is free, and open to all students, staff, faculty and other community members.
“When something doesn’t go right for a student here, it doesn’t go right for one of my kids, and there are a lot of students on this campus that I feel like are my kids,” Lampman said.