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ASUAF Recap

Dianna Rupp Web Editor 04/26/2015 Present: Mitchell Davidson, Lachlan Gillispie, Jonathan Quiñones, Erik Rickards, Kayleen Hansen, Allyssia Garcia and Mickey Zakurdaew. Excused: Cordero Reid, Colby Freel, Matt Harris and Michael Magnan. Absent: Chris Hoch and...

Folk ballads, punk anthems, and melodic rock tunes

Folk ballads, punk anthems, and melodic rock tunes

By Wyatt J. Wilcher Sun Star Music Columnist On Saturday April 18, Joel’s Place held a concert featuring the Vocal Chords, Granddad and the Young Fangs. It was loud, it was bright and people...

Sustainability unrolls ‘Green Carpet’

Sustainability unrolls ‘Green Carpet’

 By Jessica Herzog Sun Star Reporter 04/21/2015 On Earth Day, April 22, the UAF Office of Sustainability will host their annual Green Carpet Awards. The awards honor faculty, students and staff who are “champions...

Younger generation revives the art of knitting

Younger generation revives the art of knitting

By Sydney Reese Sun Star Reporter 04/21/2015 For some, knitting conjures an image of a grandma clicking needles, perhaps in a rocking chair creaking back and forth across the floorboards. If you’re lucky, the house smells...

Review of Homecoming by Sammy Adams

Review of Homecoming by Sammy Adams

By Wyatt J. Wilcher Columnist 04/20/2015 Perhaps the most positive thing about Homecoming by Sammy Adams is  the music on the album is very inviting for a party. Homecoming is Adam’s second and most...

Scientists discuss permafrost, greenhouse gasses

Scientists discuss permafrost, greenhouse gasses

By Victoria Elleby  Sun Star Reporter 04/21/2015 The emission of carbon and methane from permafrost in arctic and sub-arctic regions like Alaska is predicted to be slower than previously researched. The Permafrost Carbon Network...

Police Blotter: April 7 – 12, 2015

This report is based on the information published by the University Police Department. Individuals arrested and/or charged with crimes in this report are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. By...

Green Dot Training aims to reduce violence

Green Dot Training aims to reduce violence

By Heather Penn Sun Star Reporter 04/21/2015 The Green Dot program is a training system designed to give people of all personalities a way to help when someone is in need. “If Facebook can...

UAF student held at FCC under rape charge

UAF student held at FCC under rape charge

Heather Penn Sun Star Reporter 04/21/2015 A reported rape led investigators to Nanooks Hockey player Nolan Christopher Youngmun, 23, a senior petroleum engineering student at UAF. He was arrested and charged with first and...

Woman on the street

Woman on the street

This week we asked students: “What is your favorite part of SpringFest weekend?” – Addis Gonzalez / Sun Star Journalist “I haven’t experienced SpringFest. Chances are I’ll be busy though, so I won’t go.” -Anthony B. Crocker,...