Author: Josh Hartman

Gun Show comes to UAF Patty Center

Josh Hartman / Sun Star The Tanana Valley Sportsmen’s Association hosted a gun show at the Patty Center on Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 10-11. This show was open on Saturday from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m....

URSA research showcase rescheduled due to weather

URSA research showcase rescheduled due to weather

Josh Hartman / Sun Star Doctor Carrie Green from the UAF School of Education was unable to present her research as part of the URSA research showcase on Wednesday, Sept. 30, due to extreme weather...

Campus provides 44 gender neutral bathrooms

Josh Hartman / Sun Star As of Feb. 13 there are 44 gender neutral bathrooms on the UAF campus. Gender-neutral bathrooms are open to people of any gender. This type of bathroom benefits those who are transgender or gender nonconforming, parents...

Students set the night on fire

Josh Hartman / Sun Star A little after 10 p.m. on Saturday Sept. 26 the first of the wooden structures was set aflame in the Nenana Parking lot on the south side of the UAF...

Students share the scoop on Sustainable Village

Josh Hartman / Sun Star For two residents of UAF’s Sustainable Village, the housing is enjoyable and worth the cost. Cheyenne Greenside, a Natural Resource Management student, and Jacob Odom, an Art student, shared their thoughts on the...

Tobacco ban will include e-cigs, vapes

Josh Hartman / Sun Star Electronic cigarettes, commonly referred to as “e-cigarettes” or “vapes,” will be included in the campus-wide ban on tobacco. This Tobacco Free policy will go into affect on Dec. 31. E-cigarettes and...

With its prominence in the Arctic, Alaska has been the location of several high profile meetings on climate change in the last year. Pictured above is UA president Pat Gamble shaking hands with U.S. Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus, following a discussion on meeting the challenges of the changing Arctic. - Zayn Roohi / Photo Editor

UAF research showcased in presidential visit

Josh Hartman / Sun Star Vladimir Romanovsky, professor of geophysics at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, was glad when President Barack Obama visited Alaska during the first week of Sept. to address the topic...