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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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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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A lesson in ethics

October 19, 20140

Chances are we have all said something we wish would have never come out of our mouths. It happens to…

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Do you feel safe on campus?

February 18, 20140

Written by, Ashley Snyder, Executive Editor Tulsi Patil, Managing Editor In the wake of the assaults in the past few…

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Chelsea Manning: A lesson to the public

September 10, 20130

On July 12, 2007, two United States Army Apache helicopters opened fire on nine to eleven men in Baghdad, according…

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Criticism surrounds controversial cover choice

July 25, 20130

The August 2013 cover of Rolling Stone magazine is the subject of national buzz lately. It doesn’t feature a glammed-up…

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Media coverage causes jury system malfunction

July 10, 20130

Many cases throughout the U.S. history have caused shock and upset as jury members decide the fate of those standing…

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Becoming a society member

June 11, 20130

You open up the mail and receive a letter that says “Congratulations! Your outstanding grades and/or achievements have opened up…

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Summer bus fee should be option for student workers

May 29, 20130

Despite the gloom and overall lack of greenness, summer has arrived. While most students will go away to visit family…

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Repealing the big oil giveaway is a smart move for Alaskans

May 29, 20130

There is not a lack of interest in Alaska’s oil supply. So the old adage, “If you build it, they…

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Prioritizing your future

May 1, 20130

Sometimes it is hard to look into the future optimistically. There is always going to be something along the path…

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Taking more than a five minute break

May 1, 20130

Everyone already knows how important it is to take a five-minute break while studying and working. These mini-breaks increase productivity and brain power. But…

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