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Skagway nightlife does exist

There are three types of people who came to Skagway in 1898. There were those who were looking for gold, those who were looking to make money off the gold stampeders and those who came for the sheer adventure of it. The same three types of people reside there to date.

Seen but not heard

Last spring, UAA music professor Philip Munger decided the show must not go on. Munger’s cantata “The Skies are Weeping,” which commemorated an American...

Providence Drive closes for six weeks to repair Chester Creek culverts

The Municipality of Anchorage has closed Providence Drive for six weeks to replace the rusted culverts in Chester Creek. Chester Creek runs under Providence Drive...

The Edge Update: Alaska income tax, conflicts of interest and domestic violence decriminalization

  The Edge Update can be heard every weekday on KRUA 88.1 FM The Edge, UAA’s college radio station. Local A wealthy Alaskan businessman is campaigning against...

UA’s student regent barters for a new charter

The Coalition of Student Leaders, a group that represents university students from around Alaska, will vote on a revised charter that could implement new...

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.

Phase one of Strategic Pathways seeks to cut UA athletics programs

In a presentation on August 17, University of Alaska announced one of the first proposed phases of the Strategic Pathways program. This announcement focused...

{News Briefs}

Purcell, ACLU appeal to Superior Court The American Civil Liberties Union has decided to represent Mike Purcell, a UAA social work student convicted of murder...

Financial crisis impacts UA funds

A student is budgeting for the next school year. They plan on having $1000 once the semester started, with their parents contributing money as needed to that fund. When the parents balanced their checkbook, they realized that they didn't have as much money to give, and instead they had the student reduce their spending plan to $900.

Police Scanner

Sunday, Sept. 23 Drunken kids leave MAC, get caught 12:10 a.m. - While on patrol, an officer observed two subjects on the fourth floor of the parking garage. The officer contacted the subjects and determined they were minors consuming alcohol, having departed a party in MAC Six.

New UAA chancellor appointed

UA President Jim Johnsen announced in a press release on May 30 that Cathy Sandeen would be the next chancellor of UAA. Sandeen...

SB-176 amended, moves to committee

State Senate Bill 176, which would if passed, allow students with concealed carry licenses to bring concealed weapons on campus, including the residence halls,...

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Gender gap widens

Alaska has one of the highest gender gaps in the nation when it comes to college success, according to the UAA College of Education....

UPD nets $150,000

The UAA Police Department has been awarded a $150,000 grant from the Alaska Department of Homeland Security. The money will be used to update...

Coffee prices range across campus, showing divide around accepted meal currencies

The cheapest coffee on campus can be found at The Drowsy Wolf, a coffee shop that does not have to reimburse Seawolf Dining for meal block or dining dollar purchases.

Business profs need to hit the books

The College of Business and Public Policy recently underwent an accreditation review with the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. The college is...

Coronavirus outbreak affects the stock market

In late January, after the novel coronavirus spread across China and into countries, including Australia, Canada, Germany and the United States, global stock markets...

Student fees explained

In the wake of budget cuts, university officials are brainstorming ways to save money in the state’s uncertain economy.  In late February, the Board...

{USUAA This Week}

Representative Reports Concert Board Sen. Jonathan Wilcox announced the upcoming Morgan Spurlock event. Blockbuster video is offering one free movie rental to all event...

UA accused of anti-development

A state representative created a political uproar last week when she criticized the political views of UA students and faculty. When UA president Mark Hamilton presented his case for UA's budgetary needs to the House Finance Committee meeting on Feb. 5, Rep.

Cutbacks expected in CAS

Increased class sizes and fewer professors will likely greet students this fall as the College of Arts and Sciences continues to struggle with its...

Making money funny

Comedic speaker Colin Ryan, who visited UAA in 2013, has been trained in credit counseling and financial advising. As the author of several books on financial literacy, he speaks to student audiences nationwide about money and offers financial literacy training for schools and financial institutions.

College of Education gets national accreditation

Applying for jobs after college can be daunting enough, but not getting the job because your school didn't meet the employers' standards can be...

{Police Scanner}

Aug. 14 Checking the records 5:42 p.m. – A United States Treasury investigator came into the University Police Department office and requested backgrounds on two previous...

2-term president departs UAA

After serving as the only two-term student body president in more than 20 years, Anthony Rivas is moving on, leaving behind a legacy filled with accomplishments, personal growth, criticisms and car-keyings. Rivas, the amiable former Army soldier, graduates this May and hopes to either pursue a job in federal law enforcement or attend law school.

Food Summit sparks debate on quality of food at UAA

Should people be able to eat what they value? UAA’s Sustainability Club hosted a panel discussion in the Student Union April 7 to talk...

News Briefs

Spring class schedule is posted online The Spring 2008 class schedule is now on UAOnline. Printed schedules are planned for release on Nov. 2. Priority registration begins on Nov. 12, and regular registration begins on Nov. 19. Dean named on Alaska's Top Forty Under 40 A program recognizing the state's top professionals younger than age 40 awarded UAA Dean of Students Bruce Schultz as a top 40 under 40.

University sponsors forum of concerned young Alaskans

This past weekend, hundred of young people convened at the new Dena'ina Convention Center to discuss topics related to Alaska's past, present, and future and what role they will play. Approximately 400 young people took part in the video teleconference from locations across the state including: Anchorage, Fairbanks, Juneau, Sitka, Nome, Dillingham, Homer, and Kodiak.

Lower tuition increase scenarios proposed to BOR, possible tuition consolidation

The UA Board of Regents (BOR) met in Anchorage Tuesday, Nov. 9 to discuss topics important to the university system. Student leaders and faculty...