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Sunday, Jan. 27 Drug paraphernalia confiscated 12:36 a.m. -- APD responded to a 911 disconnect from a housing unit in MAC 5. Officers responded and discovered that the caller had drug paraphernalia in their possession, which was promptly confiscated. Housing will handle the situation.

The recruiters’ lair

When I entered the army recruiting office on Dimond Boulevard, I received three strong handshakes and one question: "Thinking of joining the army?" Hesitation. I...

Stock update: Streaming platforms have seen major gains

Stocks have been changing rapidly as more news about COVID-19 is released. Streaming companies such as Netflix have seen major growth during the quarantine....

News Briefs – March 3rd, 2015

UAA Women Basketball Team ranked No. 1 in the NCAA Division II West Region On Feb. 28, UAA’s Seawolves beat Montana State Billings 74-64, giving...

Library helps Anchorage ‘shine’

The official reopening ceremony for the Consortium Library was held Oct. 8 in the Great Room of the new facility. The new library features...

Andrew McConnell Aspires to be Commissioner

On Feb. 8th and 9th, Andrew McConnell stood 30 feet away from booths that shouted “Vote for student regent & commissioner.” Student governments representatives...

Compensation review finds faculty salary competitive, executive salary below market median

An analysis of the compensation in the UA system found that faculty and staff receive competitive salaries in comparison to the market median. Executives...

Career advice from job guru Ryan Kahn

Though Ryan Kahn specializes in connecting students with very hard to get jobs—working at HBO, Warner’s Brothers, or MTV—he knows that not everyone is...

Bank donates $50,000 to UAA science education

Wells Fargo Alaska has donated $50,000 to support the Alaska Native Science and Engineering Program at UAA. ANSEP is an organization dedicated to getting...

Top oil and gas producers work with state of Alaska for liquid natural gas...

History was made last week when the state of Alaska, along with Alaska’s top oil and gas developers, signed a commercial agreement to move forward with the development of Alaska’s natural gas. This historical move will have all of the major developers working together on a singular project for the first time.

Aramark food contract extended for another year

Students hoping for a new food vendor at the UAA will have to wait a bit longer. Aramark, the company that currently holds a contract...
Wells Fargo Pool

University considers future of Wells Fargo Sports Complex pool

The university administration is currently considering repurposing the swimming pool in the Wells Fargo Sports Complex. A review by UAA Facilities found that the...

What women want: the challenges faced by today’s superwoman

The meaning of feminism has shifted throughout history along with the roles and responsibilities of women. Women in the 1950s were expected to find...

300 protesters gather for Occupy Anchorage

About 300 people entered Town Square last Saturday as part of Occupy Anchorage. Alaska is one of the 47 states and 1,040 cities that have an Occupy movement, as of Oct 8. The protest is part of the Occupy Wall Street movement that began Sept 17, when 1,000 protestors filled Zuccotti Park, two blocks north of Wall Street. Occupy Wall Street began as a demonstration against corporate greed, and has since developed as a vehicle to voice all shades of discontent.

Impeachment is an accusation, not a removal sentence

The U.S. was buzzing about the impeachment of President Donald Trump and the subsequent impeachment trial during the past few weeks. The rules and...

Gold exploration to resume southwest of Ketchikan

The CBR Gold Corp. said gold exploration will resume early next month at the Niblack project on Prince of Wales Island. Derek Iwanaka, manager of investor relations for CBR Gold, says equipment and supplies have been barged to the Moira Sound site about 30 miles of southwest of Ketchikan.

Nationwide Briefs

Calif. gay-marriage ban creates legal uncertainty Last week Californians passed a new ban on gay marriage, overturning a prior ruling by the California Supreme Court that allowed same-sex couples the right to wed. Legal experts said it is unclear whether an attempt by gay-rights activists to overturn the prohibition had any chance of success, and whether the 18,000 same-sex marriages performed in California over the past four months are in any danger.

Renovations underway for “reimagined” campus bookstore

The UAA Campus Bookstore is ordering much more than textbooks for next semester. Along with the thousands of new textbooks that will make their...

University’s search for a provost enters final stretch

Since August 2005, when UAA lost its last provost, an interim provost has been filling in and the search for a permanent replacement has...

Bicyclist hit at UAA Drive, “injuries aren’t life threatening”

DEVELOPING STORY: last updated 3:54 pm, Aug 30. A bicyclist was hit on UAA Drive Monday morning at 7:30. UAA student Elizabeth Kubitskey was present at the time, and said it was a minivan that hit the bicyclist. Kubitskey said that the biker was several feet away from his bike, on his back with his feet in the air when she first saw him.

Despite criticism, UAA plans to bolster Shootout with airline incentive

In an effort to bolster attendance at the Great Alaska Shootout, UAA has announced plans to provide reduced airfare for fans from rural Alaska...

Trail safety evaluated on ‘walkabout’

Do you feel safe walking alone at night? Seven UAA representatives walked the campus Oct. 25 to identify hazards that may cause safety concerns...

Campus parking permits become more pricey

This semester, UAA students may want to consider putting air in their bicycle tires, finding a bus stop near their homes or arranging for...

NBC’s ‘Predator’ wants capital gain more than justice

What do a lawyer, a doctor and a rabbi all have in common? No, this is not a bad joke. These three men are under investigation due in part to the "To Catch a Predator" series aired on NBC Dateline. Upon finding out about the investigation, the lawyer committed suicide; his family is now suing for $105 million dollars.

UAA ROTC cadets request early registration

Tensions ran high at the last USUAA meeting as 11 ROTC Army cadets sat poised and resolute, attentively anticipating their opportunity to address the...

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...

Math major wins national research award

UAA math student Ben Nolting, 23, recently received a Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship and will spend his summer at Penn State University in researching...

Psychology professor receives first Selkregg award

The very first Selkregg Community Engagement and Service Learning Award was granted to Mari Ippolito, a psychology professor at UAA. She will use the...

Twitter to crack down on harmful content, hate speech

Next month, the social media platform will begin enforcing tighter policies and rules

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Sunday, Aug. 27 Officer harshes fish-bowler's buzz 12:19 a.m. _" While on patrol at the south UAA lot, an officer observed a suspicious vehicle. The officer...