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UAF Employee Information Stolen

  Chris Hoch Sun Star 04/28/2015 Twenty-five thousand past and former employees and their dependents of the UA system have had their information stolen in a cyber attack against Premera Blue Cross. Premera is a nonprofit insurance company that provides health insurance for UAF employee benefits. Premera representatives contacted UAF Human Resources on March 17, […]

Cuts to Education

Cuts to Education

By: Zayn Roohi Photo Editor 04/28/2015 I remember the moment I graduated high school. Just like every other student, I was excited to move on with my life and see what happens. Even more than that, I was excited to be out of a place where the quality of my education was based on money, […]

UAF student speeds through summers at Mitchell Raceway

UAF student speeds through summers at Mitchell Raceway

By Manon Grimault Sun Star Reporter 04/28/2015 Patrick Wold Jr. has been a student at UAF since spring 2014, but during his spare time in the summer, he does stock-car racing at the Mitchell Raceway. Wold started in 2010, after watching his friend’s dad race. “It was just a dream at first,” Wold said, “but […]

Museum of the North creates life-size dinosaur puppet

Museum of the North creates life-size dinosaur puppet

By Eric Bennett Copy Editor 04/28/2015 UAF’s Museum of the North has a few displays of dinosaur fossils in the main gallery, but the ancient creatures are not quite the focus of the displays that rarely change. However, the museum will host a special exhibit titled Expedition Alaska: Dinosaurs, which opens May 23 that will […]

New on the Block

New on the Block

By Aaron Walling Sun Star Reporter 04/28/2015 UAF opened their recruiting period with four new players signing on to play for the men’s basketball team. The team signed a guard, a forward and two power forwards with aspirations of improving their less than stellar record of seven wins and 19 losses. The team normally is […]

Police Blotter 4/13/2015 – 4/20/2015

Police Blotter 4/13/2015 – 4/20/2015

By Heather Penn Sun Star Reporter 04/28/2015 DUI April 13, 2:11 a.m. Police pulled over Todd L. Austin, 24, of Fairbanks, for failure to dim his high beams and repeatedly crossing the double yellow line. Austin said he drank two beers. He subsequently failed three field sobriety tests. He was arrested and charged with a […]

Psychology 485 reflects

Sam Allen / UAF Sun Star Reflection on UAF Experience The Senior Seminar class Psychology 485, under guidance of Professor Billings, was asked to respond to the following question during reflection presentations on their experiences here at UAF: “If your children (or grandchildren) asked you what you learned during your time at UAF, you would […]

Denali road lottery opens for 2015

Cassiopia Hardesty Sun Star contributor 04/28/2015 Throughout the month of May, those with a sense of adventure have the chance to enter the Denali Road Lottery, an annual contest put on by the National Park Service. Winners are given the chance to drive their own car, truck or motorcycle along the scenic Denali Park Road, the sole […]

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