News Briefs

Theatre on the Rocks presents "Fat Pig" Come experience a story about the true nature of beauty, love and our inability to change what we despise about ourselves August 21-September 3 in the Jerry Harper Studio Theatre in the Fine Arts Building. "Fat Pig" is directed by Christina Ashby and stars Jaron Carlson, Jessica Pervier, Kate Williams and Eric Holzschuh.

Snow plowing on campus comes at no cost

UAA Maintenance clarifies the cost to students to remove snow on and around campus.

The Edge Update: New police officers, unemployment drops and French presidential election

Last Thursday, 26 new officers graduated from the Anchorage Police Department Academy. Anchorage has had a rise in crime this year and APD has...

Keith Hackett speaks publicly for the first time as athletic director

Keith Hackett was officially introduced as the new athletic director at a press conference Friday afternoon. He used the event to share his vision for UAA athletics and to address some lingering questions. Hackett’s plan for the department is a three-headed monster. The first step is ensuring they are always in alignment with the educational mission of the university. He wants to stress the “student” aspect of being a student-athlete.

The Edge Update: Alaska megaproject, cyber warfare against North Korea, French election and the...

The Edge Update can be heard every weekday on KRUA 88.1 FM The Edge, UAA's college radio station.Local:Alaska Gov. Bill Walker is asking the...

The Edge Update: An Alaskan in space, cellphone privacy and a UK election disaster

The Edge Update can be heard every day on KRUA 88.1 The Edge, UAA's student-run radio station.

The Edge Update: University of Alaska tuition increase, Donald Trump and Leonard Cohen

On Thursday, Nov. 10, the University of Alaska Board of Regents approved a five percent increase in tuition for students in the UA system...

The Edge Update: President Xi in Alaska, reforming Baltimore’s police and political chaos in...

The Edge Update can be heard every weekday on KRUA 88.1 FM The Edge, UAA's college radio station.

The Edge Update: Uber and Lyft in Alaska, civilian death toll of American airstrikes...

The Edge Update can be heard every weekday on KRUA 88.1 FM The Edge, UAA’s student-run radio station.

The Edge Update: Alaska job loss, Puerto Rico to stay or go and French...

The Edge Update can be heard every weekday on KRUA 88.1 FM The Edge, UAA’s college radio station.

The Edge Update: Methane leak in Cook Inlet fixed, Alabama church police and mounting...

The Edge Update can be heard every weekday on KRUA 88.1 FM The Edge, UAA's college radio station.

UA Statewide Briefs

Advisory committee to help UA president plan streamlined future UA President Mark Hamilton is calling on a campus-led advisory committee to help with streamlining and improving service at UA's System Office. The system office, which provides administrative and leadership support for the 16-campus UA system, was recently reviewed by external consultants Terry MacTaggart, who has extensive higher-education experience at numerous university systems in the lower 48 states; and Brian Rogers of Fairbanks, former chair of the Board of Regents and a previous UA vice president.

The Edge Update: Murkowski breaks with party line, wealth in the White House and...

The Edge Update can be heard daily on KRUA 88.1 FM The Edge, UAA's college radio station.

The Edge Update: Alaska legislative session, Trump congressional feuds and Myanmar violence

Alaskan legislators have revealed the bills they’ll be working to push through in the upcoming legislative session, and only a handful address the budget...

The Edge Update: Alaska income tax, conflicts of interest and domestic violence decriminalization

  The Edge Update can be heard every weekday on KRUA 88.1 FM The Edge, UAA’s college radio station. Local A wealthy Alaskan businessman is campaigning against...

Weekly Buzz: October 1st, 2013

Have you heard? We're one step closer to a lightsaber, there has been a motion filed to free the Fairbanks Four, homeless housing has been proposed near Kincaid Park, and an Anchorage man fatally beaten outside mental health clinic.

Weekly Buzz: October 8th, 2013

Get a quick rundown on these topics: Somali terrorist group Al-Shabaab threatens more attacks in the future, Obama speaks by telephone to Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, Vladimir Putin nominated for Nobel Peace Prize, Tropical storm Karen forms off the Gulf of Mexico, Road rage incident involving SUV and motorcycles leaves one man seriously injured, National Toy Hall of Fame, PFD day, Anchorage crime rate has risen, and Former Tatitlek Village president guilty of stealing money.

The Edge Update: Gov. Bill Walker, Rolling Stone and Brexit

Local news:Governor Bill Walker announced Friday that he had been diagnosed with prostate cancer. However, the governor says that the cancer is treatable and...

USUAA shuffles leadership

In the wake of former USUAA President Andrew Lessig’s resignation, former Vice President Drew Lemish has taken over the position. Lemish explained the transition at a press conference on August 29th. Andrew Lessig had cited an inability to keep up with the demands of being USUAA president as a reason for stepping down.

News Briefs

A last push to deregulate The Bush administration is working hard to enact a wide array of federal regulations before a new administration takes over in January and while Congress is not in session to veto. The regulations would weaken government rules that currently protect consumers and the environment.

The Edge Update: New state budget proposals, Standing Rock evacuation and North Korean assasination

The Edge Update can be heard daily on KRUA 88.1 FM The Edge, UAA's college radio station.Local:On Friday, the state senate’s Republican-dominated majority proposed...

The Edge Update: Mike Kelly, Russian hacking and South Korean impeachment

On Wednesday, Dec. 7, former Republican state representative Mike Kelly of Fairbanks died in a plane crash in Fort Wainright. Kelly was flying a...

News Briefs

Former CAS Dean dies Dr. Wayne C. Miller, Dean for the UAA College of Arts and Sciences (cas) from 1990-1996, died this past week in Tampa, where he lived. Dr. Miller was 67 and had been an advocate of liberal arts and sciences education - helping to raise millions of dollars through faculty grants and research contracts from corporations and foundations.

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...

The Edge Update: Offshore drilling, Trump cabinet appointments and seasonal Zika

The Obama administration has cancelled Arctic offshore lease sales through 2022. On Friday, the Department of the Interior released a plan for offshore...

The Edge Update: Alaska stalking, El Chapo extradited and warming global temperatures

According to a new survey, more than a third of Alaskan women have been stalked. The results come from the Alaska Victimization Survey, a...

News Briefs

TNL wins 7 awards in statewide competition The Northern Light's staff members took home seven awards from the Alaska Press Club's annual awards banquet April 21, including a third-place award for best weekly newspaper in Alaska. It is the second consecutive year the newspaper has placed in the best weekly newspaper category.

Briefs: March 18-24

Briefs for the week of March 18-24 include: Police ID 2 Anchorage officers in shooting, Body found in Alaska not missing barista, Documents show NYPD infiltrated liberal groups, and French spymaster: Gunman didn't plan school attack.

UPD Safety Alert

The University Police Department is seeking the community’s assistance in locating Stryker L. McLane. McLane (pictured below) is charged with Misconduct Involving a Controlled Substance...

News Briefs

Integrated Science Building gets its topping The University of Alaska Anchorage and Cornerstone Construction Company paused to celebrate progress on the Integrated Science Building with a "Topping Out" Ceremony Oct. 12 at the nearby Administration and Humanities Building.