The Edge Update: Wildlife regulations, Chinese naval operations and Russia accepting Ukrainian documents

The Edge Update can be heard every weekday on KRUA 88.1 FM The Edge, UAA's college radio station.Local:The U.S. House of Representatives passed a...

UAF starts laying off people amid budget woes

A reduction in state funding combined with rising fixed costs will force layoffs at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. The university said about 40 positions...

Crimes of the Week! January 13-19

A list of crimes that occurred around UAA campus between January 13 and January 19, 2012 UPD Crime Log 1.13.12 Includes seven traffic incidences and two...

Athletic department pushes forward after shaky turn of events

Despite the recent turn of events that left Anchorage shaking, the Alaska Airlines Center and Wells Fargo Sports Complex are still standing. However, there...

USUAA seats up for grabs

The ballot for the upcoming city elections is not the only one that Anchorage residents will see this month. On April 11 and 12,...

Summer course enrollment rises with every passing year

A constant buzz engulfs Anchorage during its fleeting summer months. The UAA campus, however, seems somewhat quiet. The vacant classrooms and dark hallways make...

Energy test in Anchorage results in conservation

In October, UAA participated in a citywide energy conservation test. Mayor Sullivan’s “Energy Watch” campaign was in preparation for potential energy shortages during the...

Parking hardships worsen during ‘Whales’ filming

I am going to be late. But I don’t want to walk that far. It’s cold outside. Should I make another loop? Such are the...

Former director of Student Life, Leadership honored with legislative citation

“The students I’ve met over the years have changed my life and I hope they continue to change yours,” Annie Route said.

Alaska Senate approves hike in minimum wage

Alaska's minimum wage would get a boost under a bill that has passed the state Senate. Lawmakers voted 17-2 April 8 to set the state rate to 50 cents above the federal minimum wage starting next year. The state's rate would get a smaller bump this July from $7.

Statewide Briefs 11/10/2009

Obama to stop in Alaska Wednesday on way to Asia President Barack Obama will visit Alaska as he begins a longer trip to Japan, China,...

Flailing markets prompt student’s fear for future aid

The constant stream of bad news that has come from Wall Street and Washington over the past few months has many students worried about how the economic crisis will affect them. Ted Malone, director of student financial aid at UAA, said he has had many students calling, asking if their loans are still there.