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COVID-19 Vaccine Boosters Explained: what are they and who should get them?

Matt Shasby named UAA Hockey Head Coach

Alaska Hospitals are moving to Crisis Standards of Care

Activision Blizzard sued for mistreatment of women in the workplace, employees stage walkout

UAA Campus is open to all August 2

State of the Alaska State Fair

Delta variant leads new COVID-19 spike in Alaska

Alaska’s Spruce Beetle Epidemic

Dave Bronson elected mayor of Anchorage

University of Alaska Anchorage to return to on-campus instruction for Fall 2021

Sean Parnell named UAA’s new Chancellor

Sean Parnell will begin work as UAA's Chancellor on June 12th.

Anchorage mayoral runoff election set for May 11

The 2021 Anchorage mayoral election was held on Apr. 6, with 15 candidates on the ballot.

COVID-19 Updates: How Alaska has the best rollout plan in the United States

The first doses of the Pfizer vaccine arrived in mid-December, now more and more people are getting vaccinated.

Alaska Public Health Response Team Helps Combat COVID-19 Conspiracy Theories

From the cure being sun rays to the pandemic not even being real, it's been difficult to combat this misinformation.

Anchorage area employees express safety concerns in wake of security threats

Since the Jan. 6 attack on the capitol, locals have expressed concern over if Anchorage will be the next target.

The Blacksheep Initiative and what UAA is doing for Black History month

Former students have come forward to talk about the discrimination they have faced while going to various Christian schools in Anchorage.
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