Category: 2015-2016

Lawmakers support for ‘concealed carry’ draws fire on campus

Lawmakers support for ‘concealed carry’ draws fire on campus

Erin McGroarty / Sun Star House lawmakers are considering a state Senate proposal to allow the concealed carry of weapons on UA campuses despite opposition from the Board of Regents and many in the...

Campus officials weigh in on Title IX investigation results

Campus officials weigh in on Title IX investigation results

Erin McGroarty / Sun Star The results of a self-imposed investigation into the University of Alaska’s non-compliance with Title IX regulations, conducted by Anchorage attorneys Jeff Feldman and Kristin Anger, have recently been released....

ASUAF Recap, April 24: Trust gets ASUAF makeover

Matt Mertes / Sun Star Present: Jacob Sears, Ivik Henry, Joseph Degraft-Emanfu, Diane Murph, Ryan Cain, Hanna Carlile, Cordero Reid, Alyssia Garcia Absent: N/A Absent Excused: N/A President Mathew Carrick has drafted a new...

CSO program cut draws campus outcry

CSO program cut draws campus outcry

Erin McGroarty / Sun Star As part of university-wide budget cuts proposed by state legislators, the UAF Community Service Officer (CSO) program will be cut from the campus Police department as of July 1 of this year....

‘Nook on the street, April 24

Max Erickson / Sun Star A parking kiosk was recently installed in the Signers Hall parking lot to replace parking meters. Drivers must now purchase a permit at the kiosk and place it on their...

Lil Music Reviews: Butterfly / Lil Yachty / Nothing / Veil / Violent Femmes

Lil Music Reviews: Butterfly / Lil Yachty / Nothing / Veil / Violent Femmes

Alan Fearns / Columnist Butterfly – “Broke” So many of you reading this by now already know how To Pimp A Butterfly, but do you know how to break one?  Aidan Christopher Haughey, the mind...

UAF School of Management suspends Economics major

Josh Hartman / Sun Star The UAF School of Management ceased admitting undergraduate students to its Economics program, due to continued budget reductions. Students currently enrolled in the economics program will be “taught out.” Classes supporting the major...

Briefly Stated: Report diagnoses causes of sexual assault mishandling at UAF

Briefly Stated: Report diagnoses causes of sexual assault mishandling at UAF

Kyrie Long / Sun Star A report released by University of Alaska President Jim Johnsen identified the causes of UAF’s failure to comply with Title IX regulations as the results of the policies of the...