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Walk or Not: Should you go to your own Commencement?

December 6, 20150

TNL writers debate attending Fall Commencement

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Can you feel the Bern?

October 21, 20151

As a journalist I’m told to keep my opinion private, to not let anyone on to my beliefs, but a…

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Can’t stump Trump

October 21, 20153

In my official capacity as just some guy, I’m told that I shouldn’t have deeply held opinions about complex issues…

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“Our thoughts and prayers are not enough”

October 5, 20152

Chris Harper-Mercer walked into Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon with six guns. Upon entering the classroom, he shot the…

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She’s beautiful, all 20,310 feet of her

September 4, 20150

I don’t try to get involved in politics. Wow, everyone says that, I get it. Really, though. I ignore Facebook…

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After Graduation

April 29, 20150

For seniors: What do you plan to do after graduation? For alumni: What did you do after graduation? Chloe Akers…

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Anchorage Public Schools will suffer immensely in result of potential budget cuts

April 14, 20151

Editorial by Danielle Ackerman, [email protected] As a lifetime Alaskan who was educated only in public schools and married into a family full…

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Apartheid Israel? Injustice for Palestine.

April 14, 20151

Editorial by Maria Lilly, [email protected] Students on campuses around the United States and around the world are finding themselves in the middle…

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‘Doing it for Duir’: What it means to be a leader

April 7, 20150

On April 6, 2013, likely the most wonderful person I’ve ever met was stabbed to death. He was a friend,…

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It’s about our future

March 29, 20150

By Nick Black, [email protected] Being a college student is exciting and challenging — it also can be a bit nerve-wracking…

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Tanaina Child Development Center cut is a serious mistake

March 19, 20150

Universities across the country are aiming to create what UAA has already had for decades. Let’s not fall behind, but…

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UA students pay for their silent opinions

February 26, 20150

At the Feb. 20 Board of Regents Meeting at Gorsuch Commons, the University of Alaska Board of Regents voted 8-2…

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When faced with budget cuts, what at UAA would you cut?

February 18, 20150

Austin Bauer Freshman Music Education “I personally would cut funding to student loans. There are many scholarship opportunities, so we…

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Students cut short by UAA athletics again

February 18, 20150

With the recent release of the prioritization report plans for an expanded Seawolf Hockey area in the Wells Fargo Sports…

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