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ADN publisher speaks to Alaska’s role in media

by Anessia Hubler Sun Star Publisher of Alaska Dispatch News and Founder of Arctic Circle and Arctic Imperative Summit, Alice Rogoff, came to speak at UAF’s Arctic Day, on Nov. 12 in the…

Kirsten Olson Sets the Table

by Eric Bennett Sun Star Copy Editor At the Museum of the North, a group of people sat down to have dinner. Everything they ate from or were served from,…

Pop-Con Powers Up

Pop-Con Powers Up

By Dianna Rupp Sun Star Web Editor   Packing the Wood Center this past week with a variety of nerdy distractions and delights was SAO’s third Pop-Con, a celebration of…

Fairbanks community shares stories in Dark Winter Nights

Fairbanks community shares stories in Dark Winter Nights

by Anessia Hubler Sun Star The Idea “I think Alaska reality shows are ruining the reputation of the people that live in Alaska. I wish they would make a show…

LaBove In The Pub

LaBove In The Pub

Dianna Rupp On Nov. 5 The UAF Pub will play host to an SAO sponsored showing of infamous comedian Carl LaBove. He is a founding member of 1980’s comedic group…

Photography showcases Summer Session student trips

Photography showcases Summer Session student trips

by Anessia Hubler Sun Star Photos from two different expeditions into the wildlife of Alaska lined the hall of the second floor of the Eielson building for a First Friday…

‘An Inspector Calls’ hooks audience with poignant characters

‘An Inspector Calls’  hooks audience with poignant characters

by Chris Hawk Sun Star Theatre UAF is presenting the play “An Inspector Calls” in the Lee H. Salisbury Theatre in the Fine Arts Complex Friday, Nov. 7 and Saturday,…

Alaska photographers bring aurora down to Earth

Alaska photographers bring aurora down to Earth

by Mikhail Ronnander Sun Star Ronn and Marketa Murray have been taking photos for a combined 14 years. They fell in love over their passion for the aurora and began…

Musicians Monopolize the Mic

Musicians Monopolize the Mic

By Mikhail Ronnander “It looks like we’ve got a monopoly by the musicians tonight,” Event organizer Mitchell Davidson said to the crowd of 70 people gathered for SAO’s Open Mic Night in Arctic Java…

Theatre UAF presents “An Inspector Calls”

Theatre UAF presents “An Inspector Calls”

UAF Theatre is kicking off its fall production with actors speaking in British accents and an intimate set where audience members are close enough to reach out and touch performers. Theatre…

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