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Residence hall break-ins raise safety concerns

October 7, 20140

In the wake of two Main Apartment Complex break-ins within a week, concerns have been raised for the safety of…

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Student housing renovations make new accomodations

February 23, 20140

The cost of renting an apartment in Anchorage can be high, and working to pay for rent, utilities and groceries…

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USUAA Advocacy Report

February 23, 20140

The USUAA student government Advocacy Team returned from the state capital after a slew of productive meetings with state legislators…

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Fall Commencement in new sports complex

February 23, 20140

Running the risk of an unprofitable overlap of graduation and Christmas gifts, UAA students will have the chance to walk…

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General Chemistry Concentration Cut

February 23, 20140

The University of Alaska Anchorage offers a major in chemistry with two concentrations: biochemistry and chemistry. At present, a total…

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UAA Advocacy Team presents student body issues in Juneau

February 4, 20140

In the next few weeks, important decisions about issues affecting students will be made. Students will be able to vote…

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Conduct ye yourselves as adult students

January 28, 20140

Plagiarism has been the scourge of academia for centuries. But should every culprit be punished? When does plagiarism become an…

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‘Claybody’ lets ceramic art, artists breathe

January 21, 20140

It starts with a block of clay. Pieces are lopped off, rolled between hands and fashioned into objects and bodies.…

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Prioritization plods forward

January 21, 20140

First, take the over 300 programs and 200 or so functions that constitute UAA and have staff and faculty describe…

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UAA to eliminate equivalency exams for history courses

December 10, 20130

As of Jan. 1 UAA will no longer grant credit for College Level Examination Program (CLEP) exams for Western Civilization…

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USUAA hosts 5th annual Legislative Luncheon

November 26, 20130

USUAA and Alaska state legislators persevered through a handsome ice storm to sit down for lunch Friday afternoon in the…

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Student debaters discuss smoke-free UAA campus

November 12, 20131

As part of Engage Week, UAA’s Smoke-Free Task Force, Seawolf Debate, the Journalism and Public Communications Department, and the Department…

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Prioritization: a review under review

November 5, 20130

Faculty and administration are working to iron out the kinks in the juggernaut that is prioritization. Many details of the…

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Staying on track

November 5, 20130

On Oct. 28, the University of Alaska’s Stay on Track, Finish in Four campaign launched a photo contest. Upload a…

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