UAF Sudent Activities Office is inviting students to join them at Chena Lakes Friday, July 15.
July 15 is the submission deadline for films to be entered in the Never Sets Film Festival (NSFF).
Police have detained a man whom they believe to be behind a string of recent thefts on campus. Charles Bottler Jr., 20, of Fairbanks was arrested by UAFPD on June 25 after being spotted on campus in violation of a criminal trespass order.
The world of music has many gatherings where performers come together to share their songs. Think Coachella. Think Lollapalooza or the Isle of Wight Festival. Think Dawson City.
This is the University Police Department report and is republished as reported by the UPD.
With a simple and elegant interface created by a former Apple designer, Google+ builds off another Google service, Profiles, and adds in all of the social features (friending, posting, liking) that you find on Facebook with the ability to follow people like you can on Twitter.
Double necked guitars, rip-roaring crowds, and four hot rock stars are scheduled to hit the Blue Loon this Friday, July 8.
Between June 14-15, researchers from the Poker Flat Research Range tested the AeroVironment Puma AE, an unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) that they hope will aide scientists in studying the decline in western Alaska’s Stellar sea lion population.
Gregory Walker has been tapped to assist the United Stated Coast Guard (USCG) in testing unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV’s) for installation on their polar icebreakers. With the potential for a more ice-free arctic looming on the horizon, the USCG is hoping to have a UAV installed on the icebreaker Healy by fall 2012.
The following minutes were compiled from notes taken during the June 29, 2011 ASUAF meeting in senate chambers at the University of Alaska – Fairbanks (UAF).