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July 5 4:47 a.m. A man contacted University Police Department from an emergency phone on the bike path by west dorm claiming he had been...

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June 28 12:15 a.m. The University of Alaska Anchorage experienced a brief power outage lasting two minutes. Several emergency generators engaged during the outage, but...

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More helicopter assistance in fighting Kenai fires A second Alaska Army National Guard helicopter joined the ongoing fire fighting situation 100 miles south of Anchorage...

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Ulmer speaks on organic nature of Alaska salmon Lieutenant Governor Fran Ulmer went to LaCross, Wisconsin to talk about Alaska's organic salmon. She addressed the...

UPD hires new dispatcher

Traun Green is on the job. As the most recent addition to UAA's University Police Department staff, Green began training for his new position...

Anchorage grasping the elements

Year after year, suspense builds as spring cross fades into summer in a smooth cyclic motion with the solstice progressively approaching. Each new season...

Hate crime bill fails to include adults?

Following the paintball incident earlier this year involving juveniles targeting Native Alaskans, it came to the attention of many that Alaska does not have...

Housing help

An emergency call rings into the University Police Department's dispatch center. “A man is choking on pizza in the College of Arts and Science...

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May 31 12:55 p.m. A UPD officer on patrol on Sharon Gagnon Lane observed a vehicle with two different plates. The officer determined that one...

Housing help

The University Police Department recently appointed me to the post of Housing Officer. I look forward to serving students and staff in housing. The position...

Parking at UAA remains an ongoing issue

The campus is quieter in the summer and parking is not stressful like in the fall and spring. Parking has been a problem for...

Remembering the legacy of Rachel Carson

A fresh garden salad, along with salsa, chips and organic apple juice attracted inquiring minds for an earthy celebration. Various booths providing information and...

Summer travel classes finding departure difficult

Summer session travel study classes at UAA are finding it difficult to get off the ground. Professor Carol Dee's study tour of Italy has...

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May 24 4:19 a.m. While on patrol on at UAA, an officer observed a subject sprawled out on the grass on the south side of...

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OPPORTUNITY Volunteers needed for MDA summer camp The Muscular Dystrophy Association is accepting applications from people willing to volunteer to serve as counselors at the MDA...

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March 15 8:00 a.m. A moose was reported at the southwest entrance of the sports center. A UPD officer responded and observed two moose that...

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Alaska student loan program expands            So far a running success, the Alaska student loan program is planned to expand into the Alaska Advantage program....

Donating blood _” giving the gift of life

One of the best things you could do in your life is to help save someone else's life. There's one way that you can...

March against hate brings UAA closer together

To show their support against racism and hate Wednesday, over 30 students and faculty members gathered in the Campus Center to march against bigotry...

UAA pool gets gold safety award

Someone has been keeping an eye out on the University of Alaska Anchorage swimming pool, regularly video taping the nine part-time student lifeguards throughout...

Regents’ recap reveals new degree

Regents of the University of Alaska spent the day before their March meeting talking individually with legislators to press for full funding of the...

Common ground hosts redistricting forum

What subject could bring together the republican and democratic parties as well as the University of Alaska Anchorage and Alaska Pacific University to co-sponsor...

Nursing Career Fair

The Nursing Career Fair provided a sure cure for students sick of having no direction in their nursing fields. Opportunities for scholarships, internships, and...

Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist predicts future of global issues

Two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Thomas Friedman visited Alaska Thursday as the final speaker of the Governor's Millennium Lecture Series, an event hosted by Alaska's...

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Feb. 8 8:40 a.m. While on patrol a UPD officer observed a small female juvenile in the playground of Lake Otis Elementary. The officer transported...

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Dialing (809) is enough to raise some eyebrows Messages all over the country are being left on answering machines, voicemails, and pagers to return a...

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Feb. 1 3:44 a.m. White on patrol in Birch Lot, an UPD officer observed a vehicle which appeared to have been broken into. A broken...

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'Symphony of Sounds'supports scholarships             UAA Department of Music presents the fifth annual “Symphony of Sounds” college scholarship-fundraising concert at 8 p.m. on Feb. 23...

Students work to reduce museum fee

Would you support an addition to your student fees if it meant that you could get into the Anchorage Museum of History and Art...

Opportunity to help disabled children in Mexico

With the snow finally upon us, many students are wondering how they are going to manage that dream vacation. How about one in Mexico,...