Monthly Archive: September 2017

Game Grief: ‘Friday the 13th’

While I am not usually one for strictly online games “Friday the 13th” the game offers hours of tense fun with a very simple premise: survive. My love of classic slasher films and some...

Cleo’s Corner: Bi-weekly intuitive messages

Cleo’s Corner: Bi-weekly intuitive messages

This week’s message is about speaking your truth. Now is the time to revaluate your habits when it comes to communication. Communication, just like any other behavior, can become habitual. You may respond to...

Sun Star Picks, Sept. 19-25

Sun Star Picks, Sept. 19-25

Tuesday, September 19 Adam West, the bold Batman of the 1960s, may have died earlier this year, but today was his birthday. If you’ve been a long time Batman fan like me, maybe take...

Nook on the street, Sept. 17, 2017

Nook on the street, Sept. 17, 2017

The Trump administration has proposed budget cuts for 2018 that will affect funding to HUD. HUD is the Housing and Urban Development program; among some of it’s roles is to provide assistance to people...

Briefly Stated: Man threatens university employees

Briefly Stated: Man threatens university employees

  Correction Sept. 19, 2017: An earlier version of this article misstated the circumstance prompting UAF police to post flyers about a man trespassed from campus. According to the police blotter, he could not...

Senator debates climate change

Senator debates climate change

A Review of Infrastructure, Sustainability and Energy board hopeful, Zachery Nicholson, came up against some scrutiny during the senate’s final consideration of his appointment from Senator Daniel Dougherty. Dougherty confronted Nicholson on his position...

Senators weigh in on sustainability

Senators weigh in on sustainability

ASUAF heard from a perspective appointee for the Review of Infrastructure, Sustainability and Energy board on campus this Sunday. RISE promotes sustainability in an around UAF and consists of eleven seats, three of which...