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University travel expenses include national advocacy

Over the last five years, $322,911.69 was spent on trip expenses for members of the Board of Regents. The board consists of 11 regents...

USUAA approves consolidated student fee proposal

The Union of Students at the University of Alaska Anchorage, or USUAA, voted 7-0 in approval of a consolidated student fee proposal for the...

New academic reinstatement policies approved

The new policies for students will enable academically disqualified students to apply for financial aid and include a mandatory advising program. A previous rule required the applicants to earn at least 12 credits before their official readmission.

Regent’s home searched by FBI; earmarks questioned

In what may turn out to be a grass-roots attack on earmarking government money for nonprofit organizations, former Fairbanks mayor and current UA Board...

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Sunday, Oct. 24 Don’t mess with her 8:40 p.m. - UPD was contacted by a housing guest who said his girlfriend was drunk and throwing...

Project Homeless Connect assists thousands

Shelter, healthcare, childcare and food: the homeless in Alaska have limited access to these simple conveniences. Several groups in Anchorage are working to make...

Strategic Pathways and the fiscal future of UAA

President Jim Johnsen meets with students regarding Strategic Pathways and budget drafts

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Nursing program garners awards Dr. Chris Mumma and Daryl Young received regional Nursing Excellence Awards from Nurseweek, a newsmagazine for the Pacific Mountain Region. Mumma...

Cabin Fever Debates end with a bang

The final Cabin Fever Debates were the heat of discussion at UAA the night of March 7. What started out as a staggering 32 teams boiled down to a showdown between the final four in a debate to win a $1,000 cash prize. The annual Cabin Fever Debates were created in 2006 as a way for students to team up and express opinions about current issues.

USUAA appoints rules committee weeks late

USUAA has officially established a rules committee as of its Sept. 26 general assembly meeting. According to the bylaws of the USUAA constitution, a...

Being respectful in the sauna

In late October, someone in the lady’s locker room sauna was confronted with an unexpected site — at eye level, the bent-over backside of another woman.

Campus diversity brings Sen. Murkowski to UAA

Sen. Lisa Murkowski took time to meet with UAA students in an effort to discuss diversity on the campus. In her opening statement, delivered Jan. 18, the senator said she had recently visited East High School, where 31 percent of students are Caucasian. She acknowledged the increase in diversity seen in the schools compared to when she attended high school in Alaska.

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...

Board of Regents approve new engineering building

The Board of Regents approved $40,000,000 in campus renovations across the University of Alaska system. According to the Board of Regents website, $123,200,000 were approved at UAA. These renovations include a new engineering building and two new parking garages.

USUAA to host forum featuring U.S. Congress candidate Alyse Galvin

USUAA will be hosting a forum featuring U.S. Congress candidate, Alyse Galvin, at UAA's Student Union Den on Oct. 25 from 6 - 8...

Students line up for democracy

The lines stretched through the lobby and into the Math Department of the College of Arts and Sciences Building. People sat hunched over, stood...

News Briefs

Alaska Quarterly Review celebrates 25 years Alaska Quarterly Review, published by the University of Alaska Anchorage, will celebrate 25 years of literary excellence at a birthday celebration on Sunday, Feb. 3, from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the Loussac Library.

UA found to have mishandled sexual assault cases, agrees to improve Title IX procedures

Title IX compliance review shows UA in violation of Title IX.

UAA’s youngest students pitch in to save environment

With the university and the rest of the world pushing for sustainability, even the youngest students at UAA are finding ways to get involved. Maranda Williamson and her Honeybees - eight students, all between the ages of 4 and 5 - have spent every Wednesday for the last month picking up trash around UAA.

University insurance plans to see big changes this July

The University is trimming the fat off of employee health care benefits. Currently, University of Alaska employees aren't required to provide documentation for their claimed...

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Feb. 8 8:40 a.m. While on patrol a UPD officer observed a small female juvenile in the playground of Lake Otis Elementary. The officer transported...

Distance education expected to boom following bill

A federal bill approved by the U.S. Congress last month includes a change that will no longer require colleges to deliver at least half...

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...

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...

Purcell application denied again

Social Work Club president Mike Purcell received a final notice denying him admission into UAA’s social work program June 2. Purcell, 38, has been rejected...

Brush up on Dental Hygiene

Lack of patients, worries students

Circus Art in the Arctic gets warm

Most people in South Central Alaska have known the circus to be an annual state fair event stock with ringmaster, elephants, horses, candy, and a big striped tent, but it's not the only circus in town. The space at the state fair for Circus Borealis, recently sold to Motocross, and local circus entertainment has fallen upon a motley group of underground performers, working in some way to keep an aspect of the circus art and lifestyle alive.

Contents under pressure: Campus suicide

It touches a nerve to consider that every year a certain number of students at institutions of higher education take their own lives. Success and failure are well defined for the average college student and it may be convenient to chalk up desperation to the latter.

Administration/Humanities Building reopens after electrical fire

After less than a two-week closure of the Administration/Humanities Building due to a fire, the building is now reopened as of Oct. 14. The Sept....

UAA vs. Yale debates

"The best debates are not the ones that conclude discussions, but begin them," director of Seawolf Debate Steve Johnson said in closing following the...