Author: Kyrie Long

Diwali, a Hindu Celebration of Lights

For individuals who managed to purchase tickets before they sold out, a Diwali celebration was held on Nov. 5. With the aroma of traditional Indian food in the air, the Wood Center Ballroom filled...

Sun Star Picks, Nov. 8-14

Sun Star Picks, Nov. 8-14

Tuesday, November 8 It’s election day. For God’s sake, go vote! After you’ve participated in this thing we call democracy, head to The Pub for Pub trivia, grab yourself a brew and celebrate the...

Campus gets freaky

The week leading up to Halloween was full of activities as Residence Life hosted “Freak Week” on campus. Events this year included The Halloween Carnival at MBS, where children roamed the halls in search...

Sun Star Picks, Nov. 1 – 7

Sun Star Picks, Nov. 1 – 7

Tuesday, November 1 Are you tired of stuff happening all the time? I sure am. In fact, I’d like nothing more than a week off to get my ducks in a row, my courses...

Sun Star Picks, Oct. 18-24

Sun Star Picks, Oct. 18-24

Tuesday, October 18 After a long week of midterms, I like to curl up in my favorite chair with my dog next to me, and read something that isn’t a textbook. For those who...

From the archives, Oct. 28, 1946: ‘School papers in general’

From the archives, Oct. 28, 1946: ‘School papers in general’

The unanimous decision of ASUA members on Wednesday Oct 24th to support a weekly student paper should validate the presence of this one on the campus. The [sic] initail [sic] success of the paper...

From the archives, Nov. 1, 1947: ‘Polar Star still voice of ASUA, Honor and integrity insulted’

From the archives, Nov. 1, 1947: ‘Polar Star still voice of ASUA, Honor and integrity insulted’

Twenty-five years of tension between the Farthest North Collegian and the student body finally built up to an [sic] irresistable [sic] force. The resulting earthquake, which threw the student body meeting into an uproar...