Sean Rosenblatt, the founder of the one-man band The Netherfriends, comes back to Alaska to play a few more well-received concerts in Fairbanks.
Construction at UAF will go from May to late August and encompasses twenty-five different projects.
The following notes were compiled during the May 6, 2012 Associated Students of the University of Alaska Fairbanks (ASUAF) senate meeting.
Going to a hip-hop show is a lot like playing basketball. It’s a great game, but the players are dirty, and if you want to get the best spot, you have to work for it.
Outstanding Graduating Senior Woman, or the Marion Frances Boswell Memorial Award, is one of the highest honors awarded to graduating seniors each spring. Jordyn Montgomery is the 2012 outstanding graduate.
Bass rumbled from inside the Patty Center Friday night, tickling the waiting line of SpringFest attendees. The triple-wide line wound from the door, across the parking lot, and onto the edge of Beluga Field.
Every semester, students pay a $5 fee that supports technology-focused projects at UAF. Since the fee’s inception, more than $3.7 million has financed projects at the University of Alaska Fairbanks.
College students are rallying to support two women in their quest to aid Haitian orphans, one child at a time.
About 50 people – primarily students – volunteered by working on campus clean up, reorganizing the Facilities Greenhouse or cleaning up the leaves at the Georgeson Botanical Gardens.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Alaska is the local branch of the national non-profit organization. Their goal is simple: to help children, and the community, by matching kids ages six to 18 with older role models who are willing to give a few hours of their month.