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Gay marriage upends traditional family

Proposition 8 in California defining marriage as being between a man and a woman was overturned in August of this year in the case...

Off-campus hijinks, online pics get noticed

In April, The Northern Light reported on an investigation the Office of the Dean of Students is undertaking, involving three students who are being...

Letter to the Editor: ‘DREAMers deserve the same opportunities as me’

My brother and I didn’t choose to become Alaskans. He legally emigrated with my parents from the Philippines before he turned five years old,...

A great university must act like a great university

In regards to the editorial “All style, no substance” in the Feb. 15 issue of the Northern Light, one wonders where on this confused...

‘Rally to Restore Sanity’ a necessary relief from crazed political tensions

Last week, Jon Stewart announced on The Daily Show the “Rally to Restore Sanity.” Jon Stewart is seen as a leader among liberals, and...

NDAA not as bad as media portrays

For the past several weeks, one of the most trending topics on Twitter was the National Defense Authorization Act, or NDAA. While casually perusing my Twitter feed, I noticed several panicked tweets discussing how Obama acquiesced to military brass and authorized the indefinite detention of American citizens without trial.

Emotion tied to interpretation of history (corrected)

History is subjective.  Our university, like most, offers a history degree as part of the College of Arts and Sciences.  Many history professors would...

Green Fee: It’s your money, spend it

Our voice was heard. The student body collectively decided to add $3 to student fees for those taking three or more credit hours in the November 2011 general election at UAA.

{Your Perspective}

Housing event cancellations annoying            I'm a sophomore student living in student housing. I'm writing regarding the activities that are routinely posted around student housing....

Stop asking about the cost of climate change

Politicians love to wax poetic about fiscal responsibility. Our own governor is cutting back on major social services and education funding to close our...

When faced with budget cuts, what at UAA would you cut?

Austin Bauer Freshman Music Education “I personally would cut funding to student loans. There are many scholarship opportunities, so we as students should take advantage of them. Diane...

Poop and mold should open communication

There are a lot of smells that could make a student living in on-campus housing not want to go home. A roommate’s funky culinary extravaganzas,...

Stop looking for him

Hello ladies. This week I have been out and about campus asking you questions about men. The buzz on campus this week is...

Culture wars, partisan hackery hurt America

In 1992, George H. W. Bush proclaimed, “there is a religious war going on in our country for the soul of America.” Indeed, beginning in the early 90’s, “public morality” – the ethical code that would define America – became the leitmotif of American political discourse. Abortion, LGBT rights, publically funded art, and religious schools became hot issues. Battle lines were drawn, allegiances were pledged, and the culture war had begun.

Statement from University Police Chief Jeff Earle on George Floyd’s death

Dear UAA Community, I chose my profession in law enforcement because I believe in public service, and I am committed to upholding the law and...

Healthy Sexuality Week comes to UAA

Put your “O” faces on, it is time for Healthy Sexuality Week at UAA. The week's events cover everything from light-hearted banter by sex educators...

Gubernatorial Debate

Written by Geser Bat-Erdene, UAA Student Body President In accordance with our strategic priorities of service and advocacy, USUAA is thrilled to provide a forum...

Televangelism and the national faith

Those of us embedded in American culture understand at least something about Christianity. If we didn't grow up with church service and Sunday school,...

Opinion: University of Alaska Anchorage Reports on Impacts of COVID-19

The University of Alaska Board of Regents is an 11-member board that is appointed by the Governor and confirmed by the Alaska Legislature which...

Installation was all style, no substance

There have been rumblings and grumblings on campus in the past week and the Northern Light heard them. The muffled voices were concerns from...

Thanksgiving dinner disasters

Next week, most of us will be sitting down to enjoy a Thanksgiving dinner with family and friends. I know there...

Credit given where credit deserved

Coffeehouse Club has always worked hard for UAA students I’m writing concerning the article posted in the Oct. 22-28, 2002 issue about the Coffeehouse Club....

Japan responds to tsunami disaster with dignity

The devastation in Japan is mind boggling. As most are aware, the country experienced a record-breaking 9.0 earthquake off its North Eastern coastline, triggering a major tsunami measuring nearly 80 feet high and traveling up to 10 miles inland. Currently, the official death toll is 10,102, though estimates put the number closer to 18,000. From the combined impact of the earthquake and tsunami, 125,000 buildings have either been damaged or destroyed, and major infrastructure such as roads and railways severely crippled.

Recycling should be a priority at UAA

When UAA’s director of Environmental Health & Safety and Risk Management Support says that as far as he’s concerned recycling is a dead end,...

It’s time to fight back against the horror in video games

A lot of horror games force the player to run away from homicidal patients in a hospital, underwater monsters or a ghost. This Halloween,...

Anti-discrimination laws don’t belong

The most controversial measure on the ballot this April, without doubt, is Prop 5. If passed the initiative would add homosexual and transgender identity to the list of protected categories under Title 5. Proponents of the measure are framing the argument as a fight for equal protection under the law.

Stigma of depression keeps men from seeking help

One in four college students will suffer from some form of diagnosable mental illness this year. More than half of these college students will...

Letter to the Editor

As I start my senior year at UAA this fall, I reflect on how much I have grown as an individual and as a student. I also ponder on the increase of transgender individuals I have met on the UAA campus.

Let’s talk about climate change optimism

Policy discussions about climate change are usually just as toxic as the environment. Two partisan camps have fortified, one ringing the alarm about impending...