Category: 2014-2015

Gamble to stay through fall, replacement search in high gear

Gamble to stay through fall, replacement search in high gear

Spencer Tordoff Sun Star Although he originally announced plans to leave office June 1, University of Alaska President Pat Gamble will stay on as long as September while the Board of Regents select his...

Chancellor Rogers announces retirement, won’t seek UA presidential position

Chancellor Rogers announces retirement, won’t seek UA presidential position

UAF Chancellor Brian Roger’s announced his intent to retire at the end of August in an e-mail sent to UAF faculty Thursday afternoon, April 16. Below is a copy of the e-mail: This morning,...

ASUAF Election Preview

ASUAF Election Preview

 Sam Allen / UAF Sun Star President and Vice Presidential Candidates: 1. Mathew Carrick and Colby Freel Mathew Carrick, 20, senior economic student with minors in mathematics and political science In addition to continuing...

Calendar April 14-21

Calendar April 14-21

Sam Allen / UAF Sun Star Tuesday 14: 8 p.m. – Trivia @ The Pub Wednesday 15: 11:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. – 5th Annual In ternational C onf erence on Dispute Resolution. 109...

Reindeer: “Cattle of the North”

Reindeer: “Cattle of the North”

Jessica Herzog Sun Star Three calves have already been born this season at the at the Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station farm, also known as the Reindeer Farm. They are part of UAF’s Reindeer Research...

UAF students help wood bison return

UAF students help wood bison return

Spencer Tordoff Special to the Sun Star Extinct in Alaska for the past 200 years, wood bison have made their triumphant return to the Lower Innoko/Yukon Rivers region with help from a diverse cast,...

Police Blotter: March 30 – April 6, 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. Police...

The Gospel of Black Sabbath

By Wyatt J. Wilcher Sun Star music columnist On the date of Feb. 13, 1970, the world changed. The world of rock ‘n’ roll not only changed, but popular society changed as well. “Why is...

Title IX listening sessions set for this week

Title IX listening sessions set for this week

Sam Allen Editor-in-Chief Sun Star The Office of Civil Rights, which visited campus in October, is giving distance students and other students who couldn’t make last year’s Title IX information sessions an opportunity to listen...