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Mat-Su College clubs are coming back

One less worry: UAA Seawolf Food Pantry opens to students

UAA Clubs offer new Experiences, Fun, CV Highlights

Starving college students have some tasty restaurants to try near campus

Advice from a college dropout

Who’s in charge around here?

Retiring Vice Chancellor Bruce Schultz reflects on 30 years at UAA and journey to Alaska

Seawolf pups are introduced to the pack at Student Orientation’s Howl Days

Teresa Novakovich: Non-traditional student, 2022 commencement speaker

Students graduating from UAA have one year to unshackle themselves from their student email accounts

The Firm, UAA’s new feminist club

The Importance of Juneteenth: Celebrations in Anchorage

Financial help is available students this winter

Financial strain is common these days with the pandemic ravaging the American health and the economy but there are resources to help.

Students can intern virtually with a wide range of opportunities

Internships may seem out of reach right now because of the pandemic, but there are a lot of opportunities to get job experience virtually.

The U.S. Supreme Court just became more conservative and women’s rights may be at stake

Judge Amy Coney Barrett has replaced the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in the Supreme Court.
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