Theodore Roosevelt once wrote that critics do not matter, but instead attention should be paid to “the man who is actually in the arena
Redistricting is, first and foremost, a necessary process within a healthy and functional democracy.
For those who haven’t read my column, or who don’t interact with me on a regular basis, you should know that I can be a pretty political dude.
This past year, UAF added some impressive cartridges to its bandoleer of successes. The Board of Regents (BOR) approved the long-awaited anti-discrimination policy.
Every term, UAF presents various students, staff and faculty with “of the Year” awards in honor of their service to the university.
The ASUAF senate has a laundry list of problems. Many of these problems are inherent to the organization itself but some have very little to do with the senators directly.
It’s April, which means student government elections are around the corner.
As of March 29, a bill that would affect the UA system as a whole (and the Board of Regents in particular) is making its way through the state legislature.
It’s easy to assume that once a political campaign season ends, whether it be for a local or national election, that the politicking ceases right along with it
Ask a group of historians what moves history and you will be often be told a variety of answers: religion, economics, the environment, politics. Less often will one hear the response “ideas.”