Fictional universes often collide with reality in ‘Imaginary Worlds’

The podcast mixes geek-culture and science in a way that is both foreign and familiar

Simplicity makes ‘The Red Turtle’ a masterpiece

Making something as straightforward as “The Red Turtle” is no easy task. Making something so simple and as incredible as “The Red Turtle” is...

The conclusion of the Seawolf gymnastics season

With no expected NCAA West Regional qualifications, the 2017 gymnastics season is brought to and end after the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation championship meet

Yes, ‘Gantz: O’ is as crazy as it looks

There's no way around it, the 3-D CG action flick “Gantz: O” is nuts, just like the manga it's based on.“Gantz,” the movie is...

Express Studio hopes to expand Anchorage’s break-dancing scene

Express Studio is currently Anchorage's primary break-dancing studio, located downtown on fourth Ave. The studio opened its doors for the first time last month...

Prof-iles: Meet David Bowie, the UAA professor, not the singer-songwriter

Sharing his name with a glam-rock star and flunking out of college led Bowie to find success in linguistics.

Prof-iles: Sociology professor challenged his horizons and was the first in his family to...

Chad Farrell, UAA sociology professor, has received national recognition for his research on diversity

Prof-iles: The rebellious child learns to run the distance

UAA English professor, Toby Widdicombe, is a self-proclaimed rebellious child, but his rebellion helped him succeed in life.

Prof-iles: Professor reaches for the stars and learns to fly on the way

As a child, Katherine Rawlins had one huge dream and that was to become an astronaut. Rawlins, who is the department chair of the...

UAA volleyball wins NCAA West Regional Championships

Seawolf volleyball heads to the NCAA Div. II Elite Eight national quarterfinals

UAA men’s basketball jumps into the season

The Seawolves deputed their season with two back to back wins.
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Alaska Shield Exercise

https://youtu.be/2p14SOQB0o0 On April 1st, several first response groups got together to simulate a crisis. This training helps first responders better understand what to do in...
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Last Thoughts Before Graduation

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_e8lDVXgqQ These upcoming college graduates express their thoughts about graduating and leaving college.

UAA sports briefs: Feb. 4-6, 2016

Thursday, February 4, 2016UAA - 59, Concordia - 32Megan Mullings' 19 points and 12 rebounds propelled the Lady Seawolves to a 59-32 beat down...
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Bowling Green doesn’t scare Seawolves on Halloween

There has been no shortage of questions surrounding this years’ Seawolves since they first took the ice last month. Will they rebound from last season?...

Nearing the end: A look back and nervous glance forward

  13 weeks. By a rough estimate, that’s the imprecise remainder of time in which the excuse of being a college student is sufficient to...

What they don’t tell you about living in the dorms

A decent amount of my freshman year was spent in room 207-B of West hall. I really liked West, it was overflow housing so...

UAA hosts 42nd annual Mayor’s Marathon to a great response

The University of Alaska Anchorage Seawolves hosted Alaska’s most popular marathon and half-marathon event June 20. Several thousand runners competed in the race. It...

After Graduation

For seniors: What do you plan to do after graduation? For alumni: What did you do after graduation? Chloe Akers Senior Languages, Theatre “After graduation, I just want to...

Meet the Seawolf: Nordic skier Mackenzie Kanady

Under the umbrella of UAA Athletics are eight teams: five that are distinctly men or women’s, and three that are co-ed. Of the three that...

Back to school: Nicole Sola shares her new passions

Student Nicole Sola might be seen around campus studying chemistry or at Bear Tooth Theatre Pub serving pizza and beer. A UAA graduate in...

Meet the Seawolf – Jessica Sullivan

Between baking banana pumpkin bread and studying lines for her role in Anchorage Community Theatre’s “The Trip to Bountiful,” UAA’s Jessica Sullivan is busy...

Orange Rhymes With: The ‘green’ revolution and what it means for you

Well it finally happened. Much to the surprise of every cynic, including myself, marijuana legalization passed in Alaska and reefer madness quickly ensued, destabilizing...

‘Hand of Fate’ is a weird, awesome mix

A deck building dungeon-crawling rogue-like

Quasi-intimacy and the dangers of social media

Twitter has drastically changed the relationship between fans and sports teams. It has allowed fans to not only follow their favorite teams, but be...

Michigan Tech Brushes Off UAA, 5-1 Friday Night

The Seawolves struggled to match the Huskies speed in the first period and spent very little time in the Huskies zone.  The Seawolves were...

Anger and paranoia: A public transit story

By Klax Zlubzecon Translated by George Hyde I laugh at your methods of transportation. We have great warships that travel at light-speed, and what do you humans...

What can you do after graduation?

For Caitlin Cheely, a UAA alumna who earned her major in Russian last year, the weeks following graduation were a difficult and uncertain time. “Life...