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{News Briefs}

Human Resources offers basic supervisor training Human Resource Services is offering basic supervisor training free to the UAA community. New and experienced supervisors are encouraged...

Student salaries in the UA System continue to fall lower than state minimum wage

The University of Alaska is the only system actively using the state minimum wage exemption

Teaching teachers about technology

There is nothing wrong with the Audio Visual system in room 101in the Business Education Building. That was the report submitted by Jim Weller, a...

55th Inauguration of 44th President

Last Tuesday morning it seemed the enthusiastic crowds gathered in the Washington Mall had extended all the way to Anchorage. Nearly 1,000 people politely, and with big smiles, filed into the Wendy Williamson Auditorium to watch the live telecast of President Barack H.

Army ROTC accepts Ranger challenge

The UAA Army ROTC Ranger Challenge team has left the building. On Nov. 11, several cadets flew to California to compete in their first-ever Ranger...

The Edge went silent

It was a day about silence. UAA's radio station, KRUA 88.1 FM, joined webcasters across the nation as they shut down Web broadcasts in participation of the National Day of Silence protest. The June 26 protest, a joint effort mounted by the Save Net Radio Coalition and Radio and Internet Newsletter, was against the Copyright Royalty Board's decision to raise royalty rates and institute a retroactive royalty payment owed to SoundExchange, an organization that collects royalties on behalf of copyright holders, by July 15.

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University of Alaska lawsuit A former University of Alaska employee has filed a racial discrimination suit seeking damages over $100,000 against the university, President Mark...

Atwood celebration brings back professors

It’s not often three Pulitzer Prize winners are in the same room in Anchorage but that was the case during a forum celebrating the...

Annual security report shows increase in motor vehicle theft

Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Student Conduct and Ethical Development Michael Votava says UAA's motor vehicle theft increased from one case in the 2014-15 school year to 12 in 2016.

Funny calls for police

A humurous outlook on calls requesting UPD assistance.

Privacy trumps recent safety concerns

Background checks at UAA aren't something the Dean's office is willing to weigh against safety when taking into account a student's right to privacy.

‘It’s more and it’s familiar’: John Stalvey appointed as interim provost for academic affairs

John Stalvey, formerly dean of UAA’s College of Arts and Sciences, has been appointed interim provost for Academic Affairs. Duane Hrncir’s term as interim provost...

Fuel price gouging under legislative review

A new bill going through the Alaska State Legislature would give more power to the Attorney General to investigate price gouging by oil refineries. House Bill 68 would make it illegal to sell fuel from a refinery at "excessive or exorbitant" prices. The report defines such prices as that which exceeds by more than 10 percent the average wholesale price of the comparable energy resource charged by refiners in the state of Washington.

RED ZONE: Faculty, students react to mandatory training

The University of Alaska has entered into a Voluntary Resolution Agreement with the United States Department of Education Office of Civil Rights. In February...

Parking meter transactions unprocessed for summer

Students parking on campus with Pay N Park permits this semester will notice a sudden deficit in their banking funds soon. UAA Parking Services is missing about $15,000 of outstanding Pay N Park transactions since parking enforcement began on Sept. 4. All transactions from then to the present will be withdrawn from bank and credit accounts the day that the contract goes into effect Oct.

Statewide Briefs

University Regents decry recent NCAA development The UA Board of Regents unanimously backed a resolution criticizing a change to the NCAA's Division II playoff format. The change keeps Alaska and Hawaii from hosting full eight-team tournaments. The measure received Gov.

Cordova taking part in net recycling program

Cordova is one of five communities in Alaska participating in a program to recycle nylon gillnet and seine web. Nets tossed in Dumpsters and sent to the baler get tangled in city refuse equipment, increasing city operating costs. And they don't decompose anytime soon.

Marijuana tax revenue reaches $4.5 million for state of Alaska

After the state began collecting marijuana tax in October of 2016, the total revenue for fiscal year 2017 came to $1.7 million. Brandon Spanos, deputy director of the department, says that the numbers are not surprising.

Nursing Career Fair

The Nursing Career Fair provided a sure cure for students sick of having no direction in their nursing fields. Opportunities for scholarships, internships, and...

Speakout showcase Seawolf skills

Debate teams from all over the nation converged in Anchorage on Sept. 28-29, competing in the fourth annual Great Alaska Speakout. The Speakout is...

UAA Advocacy Team presents student body issues in Juneau

In the next few weeks, important decisions about issues affecting students will be made. Students will be able to vote on the issues such as the smoke-free initiative and the introduction of a $6 recreational fee. For other issues, such as the funding for building operations, students are dependent on USUAA student government for representation. Student representatives were in Juneau after battling flight cancellations last Friday and brief delays Saturday morn- ing. The annual advocacy trip officially commenced Saturday afternoon.

News Briefs

Assembly Member comes to UAA, listens to the concerns of students Elvi Gray-Jackson, an Assembly Member of Anchorage, came to UAA on July 24 to meet with student leaders and address their concerns and questions about the city. Being the Chair of the Budget and Finance Committee, she readily had information on where taxpayer money was going.

Bookstore explains markup system, upcoming events

Concert Board The Concert Board’s next event will be speaker Morgan Spurlock of “Supersize Me” Nov. 18 at 7:30 p.m. in the Wendy...

Briefs: March 18-24

Briefs for the week of March 18-24 include: Police ID 2 Anchorage officers in shooting, Body found in Alaska not missing barista, Documents show NYPD infiltrated liberal groups, and French spymaster: Gunman didn't plan school attack.

Missed deadlines cost cash

Students wanting to drop or add classes must do so within the week. Eric Pedersen, associate vice chancellor for enrollment, said in an email that...

Alaska journalism history provides insight, inspiration

Shirley Mickelson has spent nine months sorting through dusty cardboard boxes, making countless phone calls and rummaging through piles of photos. She's looking for...

Police Scanner

Sunday, Feb. 18 Passed-out driver almost makes it home 4:45 a.m. - The MAC resident advisor called to report an unresponsive man inside of a vehicle parked in front of North Hall. Three officers responded along with the Anchorage Fire Department. The man was transported to a local hospital for treatment by the fire department.

Dancing, yoga make staff day enjoyable

Between keynote speaker Maura J. Cullen breaking an arrow with her neck and lunchtime entertainment, which included Tahitian, Scottish and Middle Eastern dances, UAA’s...

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Oct. 29 Lost and found 3:20 p.m. – A found item from the Eugene Short parking lot was brought to the University Police Department. The item...

Nationwide Briefs

Pipeline Burst at Prudhoe Two BP well pads producing 5,000 barrels of oil per day were forced to shut down last week, when a pressurized gas pipeline blew apart. Investigators found that corrosion had attacked the outside surface of the above-ground pipe at the point where insulation jackets were missing.