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USUAA vice president’s social media comments questioned

Katelyn Jones, anthropology major, emailed an opinion piece to The Northern Light Jan. 31 regarding the conduct of a student government leader on Facebook. Andrew McConnell, vice president of USUAA, made statements Jan. 28 on USUAA Senator Kate Chaitoff’s status about Dan Savage’s upcoming performance.

The hands behind the knife

“I had a Cook Inlet beluga whale that choked on a flounder,” Dr. Kathy Burek Huntington of Alaska Veterinary Pathology Services, said. “You wouldn’t...

New Provost Samuel Gingerich steps up to UAA’s financial issues

For the past several months, UAA has been searching for a new provost. A national search process identified four candidates for the position: Murray...

Smoke-free workplace bill sees movement in House committee

On April 10, an anti-smoking bill received movement in the House Rules Committee, and a revised version may be making its way to the...

Public forum on off-shore drilling draws many voices from across Anchorage

On Sept. 22, The University of Alaska Anchorage and the Anchorage Chapter of the International Association for Energy Economics(IAEE) co-sponsored a free public forum...

Copycat terrorist hoaxes heighten safety awareness

University of Alaska Anchorage had a scare in the mailroom on Oct. 16. A mailroom employee found a suspicious envelope that was stained, heavily...

Alaska Shield: Emergency response exercise occurring at UAA on April 1

UAA to host '16 Alaska Shield drill on April 1

Budget cuts mean travel restrictions for University employees

On Jan. 6, University of Alaska President Jim Johnsen sent a memo to UA employees explaining that as a result of state budget cuts...

Local teacher claims national award

Nationwide, the 2009-2010 school year required $1.3 billion more in classroom supplies and materials than what teachers received in funding. This extra $1.3 billion came...

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.

University tries out new reaccreditation process

During their academic career, students may overhear a professor or read a university e-mail stating that their college has recently been reaccredited. This may...

Unsolved double homicides in Anchorage raise suspicion for local residents

Three double homicides lead to speculation of potential serial killer

Housing safety checks causes students to cry foul

A place called home.  A place one believes is only for themselves and those invited in. But if one’s private area or belongings were...

Police Mobilize

University police officers are now patrolling their beats utilizing the latest in personal transportation technology. The UAA Police Department has procured several Segways as...

Fruit fly study: Chemicals increase lifespan

A new scientist at UAA shares his work involving fruit flies and increasing the human lifespan.

Officials examine Cook oil spill

After an oil tanker recently ran aground in Cook Inlet, questions have been raised about the oil industry's spill prevention methods. Industry officials have...

Update: Bret Bohn now ward of the state

After fourteen days in court, Lorraine Phillips-Bohn and Glenn Bohn say their son Bret Bohn is now under guardianship of the State against his will. The Bohn’s claim hospital officials, and ruling Judge Erin B. Marston, have ignored their son’s original Power of Attorney which gave them (the parents) the right to make medical decisions on behalf of their son. On October 16, 2013 after several nights of insomnia, Bohn’s parents brought him to the Providence Hospital Emergency Room to seek treatment.

Senator introduces bill on credit transfers

On Jan. 23, shortly after UAA’s School of Education announced its loss of accreditation for certain programs, Sen. Gary Stevens introduced Senate Bill 31. If...

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.

UAA gets below-average grade on sustainability

Sustainability report cards for 200 college campuses with endowments totaling $343 billion across the U.S. and Canada show universities are improving green practices and policies with more than two-thirds of schools improving performance over the last year, according to the new College Sustainability Report Card 2008.

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...

UA Statewide Briefs

Young marine scientists win big at Tsunami Bowl The first- and second-place winners of the Tsunami Bowl each won a one-year scholarship to the University of Alaska Fairbanks or the University of Alaska Southeast. The winning team will also get to compete in the national finals of the National Ocean Sciences Bowl, to be held in Seward in April.

‘Know Your Status’ during gonorrhea outbreak

Health professionals at UAA are targeting and treating sexually transmitted disease at a free Know Your Status screening on Feb.13 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Student Health and Counseling Center.

Low cost, location lure students to UAA

Choosing a college is no small task. There are many variables to consider among schools, such as cost, location, quality of education and campus...

Library survey will track impact of budget cuts

The Consortium Library surveys stakeholders at the university every three years by asking about users’ minimum, perceived and desired levels of service.

Construction management gains four-year approval

UAA's Construction Management program will soon be seeing a boost in business, thanks to a recent decision by the University of Alaska Board of Regents. The regents unanimously approved the new Bachelor of Science degree in construction management at their Juneau meeting, Feb.

Presidential finalists interact with the community

The presidents had a chance Tuesday to hear from UAA stakeholders. Luckily, they seemed ready for it. Deep into their second day of meetings with...

Not all engineers nerds

A study completed in 2003 by the University of Michigan Institute for Research on Women and Gender, found that women are not as interested in engineering degrees because they don't see them as a way to help people. Robert Lang, dean of the School of Engineering, said that UAF and UAA combined account for about 100 engineering graduates per year.

UA Statewide Briefs

BP becomes museum's newest corporate partner FAIRBANKS - BP recently became the University of Alaska Museum of the North's newest corporate partner with a $25,000 donation to the museum. The North Slope producer will serve as the lead partner for the museum's annual open house.

Bike Share program seeks approval from board this week

Senator Max Bullock said UAA’s potential Bike Share program has had a successful week of developments. The program is now tentatively planned to have four solar powered and canopy covered bike racks across campus.