This UAA student found an internship program in Juneau to be a great experience.
Last Friday, Circle K club hosted the annual black light dance in the Wood Center Ballroom
The idea that college is a place where people drink a lot, fuels the pro-alcohol illusion that is associated with the college experience
Last Thursday, I attended an open forum meeting attempting to open communications between the UAF Dining Services and the students who utilize their services.
The Halloween Bugaloo Bungalow dance in the Hess Recreation Center Oct. 27 was full of surprises including a new rule that had been put in place restricting off-campus attendants.
During spring break, a week usually filled with fun times and vacations, international student Uyanga “Angie” Mendbayer was in a car crash with several other students.
My high school English teacher’s nickname was “Mrs. Mac.” Scottish, red hair and a petite powerhouse – you didn’t mess with Mrs. Mac.
Today’s common wisdom is that the little things we do don’t matter.
Village Voice Media, which owns the eponymous newspaper and a chain of respected alternative weeklies, distributes a “writer’s manual” to all new reporters. It covers story selection, the importance of reading and tenets of the company.
Recently, the Socratic Society, in conjunction with the Philosophy & Humanities Department, sponsored a series of public lectures on objective arguments behind atheistic positions. Most notably, this summer we brought acclaimed Oxford Professor Richard Dawkins to deliver a public lecture that broke all previous records of attendance in the history of UAF (drawing a crowd of about 1,400 people to our campus).