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Case of the missing cameras gone cold

Case of the missing cameras gone cold

By Zayn Roohi Sun Star Photo Editor After a process that seemed almost like a scene out of Mission Impossible, the mysterious safe was finally opened, revealing almost nothing. UAF…

Satellites help scientists predict ice flow hazards

Satellites help scientists predict ice flow hazards

By Julia Taylor Sun Star Reporter UAF Assocaite Professor of Geophysics, Hajo Eicken is fascinated by arctic sea ice, and along with graduate and undergraduate students, he is moving research…

UAF archaeologist discusses pre-historic Alaska

UAF archaeologist discusses pre-historic Alaska

By Mikhail Ronnander Sun Star Reporter Curator of Archaeology Joshua D. Reuther presented a lecture title “Prehistoric Humans and Landscapes in Alaska: Lessons from Geo-archaeology” in Schaible Auditorium on Oct…

Board of Regents Increases UA Scholars Award

Board of Regents Increases UA Scholars Award

By: Zayn Roohi Photo Editor The state of Alaska introduced the UA Scholars award in 1999 as an incentive for the most academically inclined students to stay in state for…

Teacher honored with memorial lecture

Teacher honored with memorial lecture

A memorial lecture series is planned Wed. Oct. 15 to commemorate UAF Associate Professor of Philosophy and Humanities Joseph C. Thompson who died Aug. 4 at the age of 49 from…

Senator Begich reaches out to campus voters

Senator Begich reaches out to campus voters

By Anessia Hubler Sun Star reporter “We wanted to make the young people’s voice heard, and encourage them to vote,” Sen. Mark Begich said. The Rock Your Rights Consort Campaign…

UAF unearths time capsule

UAF unearths time capsule

By Dianna Rupp Sun Star Reporter On Sept. 26, Chancellor Brian Rogers and University of Alaska Fairbanks Alumni Association Board Officer Rhonda Widener stood in front of an audience of…

Alaska band rocks the Marlin

Alaska band rocks the Marlin

By Sam Allen Editor-in-Chief Encore. The chant echoed into the night until Animal Eyes’ accordion player, vocalist and keyboard player Sam Tenhoff said, “Alright, okay, you got it!” The band packed…

Payment plans available at a cost

Payment plans available at a cost

By Sam Allen  Editor-in-Chief The UAF business office bills students anywhere from $25-$75 dollars for setting up a payment plan, and there are no options to have the fee waived,…

The Death of the Technology Advisory Board

The Death of the Technology Advisory Board

Chancellor Brian Rogers has disbanded UAF’s Technology Advisory Board. The chancellor’s office announced the change in a letter Aug. 13. While not all of the details are known, there are…

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