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25 Saudi Students join UAA this fall

USUAA representatives were very excited for the new students. Senator Daniel Ribuffo said that a lot of them are living in East Hall. “I’ve had a few conversations, and they’re all very nice people. Most of them are excited to be here.” Ribuffo said.

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Oct. 26 Book `em Dano 1:08 a.m. University Police Department received a call from a Templewood resident who was allegedly assaulted by a roommate. Officers...

New shifts in UA leadership positions prompt salary adjustments

Since last year, The Northern Light has published an organizational chart of university leadership including the base salary for deans, vice provosts, vice chancellors...

Recent events raise public, campus safety concerns

In the first week of November, the United States experienced an airport shooting, an airport bomb threat, and an armed individual in a New Jersey mall and a university lockdown. The events sparked discussion about public safety across social media sites. Are people overreacting, or are they not concerned enough?

Channel 9 provides no content for students

University of Alaska Anchorage currently has a television channel dedicated solely for their free use. GCI Channel 9, “UAA Tele-Campus,” has existed since 1972, when a mandate by the FCC started requiring large television markets to dedicate a channel to educational access.

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Tech-savvy generation tempted to cheat Brigham Young University National surveys have shown that as many as 70 percent of college students in the United States say...

Library survey shows impact of budget cuts

Cuts to the library budget have impacted staff positions and online offerings from the library.

Police Scanner

Sunday, Jan. 20 Non-student at Commons had a few too many drinks 7:45 p.m. -- The Commons desk attendant called UPD to report an intoxicated male lying down and moaning at the rear of the building. Officers responded to perform a welfare check; they determined that the subject was all right and not a UAA student.

UAA gets funds for alcohol fetal syndrome study

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome is a problem all over the nation, but the incidence of FAS in Alaska is 30 percent higher than the national average. According to a survey released in 2002, conducted by the Center for Disease Control, the state of Alaska had approximately 45 Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder births per 30,284 live births between 1995 and 1997.

The effect of lawmaker ethics on Alaska

How those in political power impact our state

UA Statewide Briefs

Museum design wins national architecture award The University of Alaska Museum of the North continues to garner national and international acclaim for its architectural design. Last month, the Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design, together with The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies and Metropolitan Arts Press Ltd.

Engineering degree awaits regents’ approval

By Brian Bublitz Northern Light A new engineering degree, designed to satisfy the needs of Alaska’s industries, is on the horizon for UAA. The proposed new...

SKELETON RACE: Adrenaline and ice

Former TNL editor and reporter, Michelle Bartleman Loscher has a relatively typicalresume: UAA Alumni; ex-track sprinter, rugby player, and gymnast; to date: Skeleton Racer...? What is Skeleton racing? Skeleton racing is a combination of breakneck speeds and intense turns, while lying flat on a toboggan-like sled cruising head-first down a track.

Summer season is ripe for construction

UAA Facilities, Planning and Construction dives right into work during summer when there is less traffic and more favorable weather conditions. There are literally...

UA Board of Regents pass FY 2013

The Board of Regents approved a 924M operating budget last Wednesday. The BOR does not anticipate any new construction, but will focus on maintaining and...

Pared down, focused budget approved for FY11 by BOR

After final deliberations by the Board of Regents, the Regents upheld their decision to leave a plea for state funding for a new sports...

UAA wants your help!

The university is looking for a few good names to help make campus navigation easier for first time visitors. The week of September 8,...

English dept. moves to Admin.

At the beginning of May the English department began a physical migration across campus, marking the culmination of a plan roughly two years in the making. The English department moved from their space on the second floor of the Professional Studies Building, a space they had occupied for about 10 years, to a completely renovated space on the first floor of the Administration building.

Suicide, the hidden social issue

The season has returned when the rate of suicides, both attempted and fatal, goes up in Alaska. According to UPD Det. Mike Beckner, the rates of both have increased on the UAA campus from last year, with four or five attempts since January. Suicide is often considered too taboo for media to report on.

Potluck serves up medley of possibilities

Native Student Services hosted a welcome back potluck Sept. 17 that offered free food, fun and advice for University of Alaska students. The event featured...

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...

Red Zone: Female Empowerment in Sports

When women succeed in sports, they succeed in the world

Students make fund-raising history for foreign school

The Inspiration Journalism major Linda Hardyman was writing a story for one of her journalism classes when she discovered the Alaska nonprofit organization...

SHAD campaign provides open forum for student questions

Oct. 11, exactly one month from the terrorist attacks on America, UAA's Shad campaign met in the Campus Center cafeteria to discuss views of...

Police get dynamic defense tool

University police can battle bullets better than ever.

Regents propose statewide tuition increase

Student leaders at UAA are preparing to respond to a Board of Regents recommendation to increase tuition by 17 percent over the next two...

RED ZONE: 1 in 2 Anchorage women experience sexual or intimate partner violence

“Alaska’s rates of child sexual abuse are six times higher than those of the Lower 48. Statistically, once someone is harmed by sexual violence, they are more likely to be harmed repeated times,” Olson said.

Aid checks mailed late this year

Financial aid can be a necessity for many students; some rely on it for purchasing textbooks as well as paying for rent or food...

Student log-ins to change

UAA student usernames will be changing over the March 6 weekend. This change will affect how students log into Blackboard, Webmail and computer labs. After...

UA Statewide Briefs

UAF helps Alaskans battle against marine debris Alaska has a reputation for clean waters and pristine vistas. But fishing nets, rope, totes, six-pack rings, bottles, drums, and myriad other trash - much of it plastic - litter many of Alaska's shores. It's a vexing mess made by both humans and nature.