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Student makes sacrifice at SAO slam poetry event

Student makes sacrifice at SAO slam poetry event

By Mikhail Ronnader Sun Star “Hello, thank you all for coming out for the Poetry Slam! Tonights sacrifice will be read by our organizer Dani,” Raif Johnson-Kennedy, the host for…

Fairbanks community has a blast at Silver Fox Mine

Fairbanks community has a blast at Silver Fox Mine

By Zayn Roohi, Photo Editor UAF students successfully blasted the student ran Silver fox mine early in the day on October 24. The Silver Fox mine is located 20 miles…

Fairbanks Asylum terrorizes all ages this October

Fairbanks Asylum terrorizes all ages this October

By Zayn Roohi Photo Editor Every year for the month of October, Fairbanks Asylum opens its doors to scare all the residents of Fairbanks. “I ran and hid my face…

Letter to the editor: Oct. 31, 2014

Letter to the editor: Oct. 31, 2014

Dear Editor, The role of the University Regents should be well known to you all. They provide both guidance and approval of university actions, programs, tuition, and policies, a crucial…

Higgens, Wool vie for state house

Higgens, Wool vie for state house

Julia Taylor Sun Star Reporter   For Alaska Senate House District 5, the freshman incumbent is Pete Higgins, (R), he is challenged this year by Adam Wool (D). The district…

Barbie and Ken caught in a fire

Barbie and Ken caught in a fire

By Mikhail Ronnander Sun Star Reporter The “Ken and Barbie Series,” is where ceramics teacher puts clay “couples” in a kiln and fires it up to see if they come…

Eric Hovind speaks about creationism and science

Eric Hovind speaks about creationism and science

By Anessia Hubler Sun Star Reporter Eric Hovind, president of Creation Today, an evangelical organization based out of Florida, lectured on creationism and evolution Oct. 21 in the UAF Wood…

Nanooks win first set against Nazarene Crusaders

Nanooks win first set against Nazarene Crusaders

Aaron Walling Sun Star Reporter They came, they saw, and they dominated. That was the mentality of #16 Northwest Nazarene (18-2) who steamrolled the Nanooks (2-18) after a grueling first…

Nanooks dominated by Wildcats

Nanooks dominated by Wildcats

Aaron Walling Sun Star A rough outing for the Alaska Nanooks (2-19) as they were dominated on all facets of the game by Central Washington Wildcats (15-6) on Saturday night…

Biology of Vampires: Lecture and Costume Contest

Biology of Vampires: Lecture and Costume Contest

By Julia Taylor Sun Star Reporter Three UAF scientists bring their expertise and insights from cutting edge research, to examine the pop culture portrayals of vampires. Wednesday’s URSA Research Showcase…

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