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University of Alaska Anchorage to return to on-campus instruction for Fall 2021

The University of Alaska Anchorage will return to primarily in-person instruction for the Fall 2021 semester. Interim Chancellor Bruce Shultz announced the plan to...

Dave Bronson elected mayor of Anchorage

Dave Bronson was elected mayor of Anchorage in a runoff election held on May 11, 2021. Bronson took 50.66% of the vote, defeating his...

Sean Parnell named UAA’s new Chancellor

Sean Parnell was announced as the new chancellor for the University of Alaska Anchorage by Interim President Pat Pitney in a press release on...

Anchorage mayoral runoff election set for May 11

The 2021 Anchorage mayoral election was held on Apr. 6, with 15 candidates on the ballot. Because no candidate won a vote share of...

UAA Gymnastics team optimistic about fundraising efforts

In Sep. 2020, UAA’s Board of Regents voted to eliminate gymnastics, hockey and alpine skiing unless they could raise funds to cover two years...

COVID-19 Updates: How Alaska has the best rollout plan in the United States

After a year of quarantining, the light at the end of the tunnel is finally here.  The first doses of the Pfizer vaccine arrived...

Alaska Public Health Response Team Helps Combat COVID-19 Conspiracy Theories

At the beginning of the pandemic, scientists didn't know much of COVID-19 and it made it a breeding ground for conspiracy theories of how...

Anchorage area employees express safety concerns in wake of security threats

On Jan. 11, employees at a neighboring business suddenly saw a swarm of police officers surround the midtown mall just across the street from...

The Blacksheep Initiative and what UAA is doing for Black History month

Earlier last year in the wake of George Floyd’s death, a group of alumni from various Christian schools have come forward to talk about...

Tuluksak fire victims find support in unexpected places

The Alaskan village of Tuluksak has not had stable access to fresh clean water for 3 weeks. A fire on Jan. 16 burnt down...

UAA nursing student talks about her time working in a hospital during COVID-19

Britney Saenz, a new UAA nursing student, but she's also a medical assistant at the SouthCentral Foundation hospital. This specific hospital is a subsection...

The Second Impeachment

After the insurrection at the capitol, many congress people started to draft articles of impeachment. This would be the first time in United States...

Attack on the US Capitol

On Jan. 6, the United States Capitol was raided as the vote to certify the election was well underway. Rioters consisted of Trump supporters...

New UAA Intern Chancellor: Bruce Schultz

On Dec. 14 former Chancellor Cathy Sandeen sent out an email saying her final goodbyes to UAA students and staff. Shortly after, interim president...

Places to donate for the holidays

With the pandemic still raging on and the holidays coming up, this time can be especially hard for people. This is also a time...

Anchorage hunkers down with a new mandate

Anchorage is hunkering down for December as a new mandate is imposed for the rising COVID-19 cases throughout Alaska. The acting mayor of Anchorage Austin...

A quick recap of the 2020 election as it unfolded throughout the week

2020 has been way more turbulent than any other year in recent memory. A big source of anxiety this year was the 2020 election....

Students can vote and make their voices heard at UAA

Election Day is on Nov. 3, deciding if Donald Trump will remain the President of the United States or if a newly elected leader...

An irate news anchor and abrupt resignation usher in a new mayor of Anchorage

Anchorage Assembly member, Austin Quinn-Davidson, has become the first woman and openly gay acting mayor of Anchorage after the abrupt resignation of the current...

UAA ranked No. 6 for best online bachelor’s programs

The University of Alaska Anchorage is currently ranked No.6 on OnlineU’s top 10 best colleges for bachelor's degree rankings. OnlineU is a free guide offered...

Enlaces makes efforts to get the Latino votes before the November election

The Latino community is very prominent in Anchorage and has been growing each year. With the presidential election coming in November, many community members...

Polaris — UAF’s rebranded newspaper

In the 1980s, a newspaper called Sun Star was established at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. The paper hadn’t gained much traction or community...

UA Update: Final sports cuts announced

The Board of Regents and Chancellor Sandeen announced the official budget cuts to multiple sports programs earlier this month. Sports being discontinued include men’s...

ACS Alumni speak up about racist experiences

Controversy surrounding Anchorage Christian School, or ACS began this past summer when former students revealed information about racist experiences and the curriculum. Many students...

New Student Regent delivers “love letter” to all UA Students

With the new school year starting, the new student regent Cachet Garrett sent all students a letter regarding her new position and what that...

Chancellor Sandeen announces new budget proposal

Right before the semester started, Chancellor Cathy Sandeen and Director of Athletics Greg Myford announced their financial plans going forward. This included cutting the...

Gamescom 2020 Opening Night Live highlights

Gamescom is an annual video game convention typically held in Cologne, Germany. Due to Covid-19, the event went digital this year. Gamescom 2020 began...

NASCAR bans confederate flag after years of tiptoeing

In 2015, NASCAR asked that fans refrain from bringing confederate flags to races. But in June, Bubba Wallace, NASCAR’s only full-time African American driver...

Summer 2020 video game announcement highlights part two

The last few weeks have seen even more game companies host livestreams announcing upcoming games instead of at their regular Electronic Entertainment Expo, or...

Summer 2020 video game announcement highlights part one

The annual Electronic Entertainment Expo, or E3, was scheduled to take place in June this year before being canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic....