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UAF to cut $3 million from 46 academic programs

UAF to cut $3 million from 46 academic programs

by Sam Allen Sun Star Editor-in-Chief   In a late-Friday afternoon email sent to all students and staff, UAF Chancellor Brian Rogers said due to legislative funding cutbacks and enrollment decreases,…

Another Steam Leak

by Anessia Hubler Sun Star The underground steam pipes at UAF have already been fixed once in early April of 2013, but once again this October a leak was found…

The Choice to Live Despite the Darkness Pt. 2

by Katrina Howe Part 2 Katrina Howe is a 28-year-old electrical engineering student and art minor who has lost three friends to suicide and survived an attempt herself. She held…

The Choice to Live Despite the Darkness

by Katrina Howe for the Sun Star Katrina Howe is a 28 year-old electrical engineering student and art minor who has lost three friends to suicide and survived and attempt…

MBS complex lobby under construction

by Anessia Hubler Sun Star Many students in the MBS dorms have taken notice of the ongoing construction throughout the building. Under construction are the entryway of MBS, the Campus…

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…

URSA lecturer is moved by geological movement

URSA lecturer is moved by geological movement

by Mikhail Ronnander Sun Star Next week in Schaible Auditorium, Dr.  Jeffrey T. Freymueller will be presenting his work in the field of plate tectonics as part of the Undergraduate…

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,…

Arctic research program receives $4.3 million grant

Arctic research program receives $4.3 million grant

by Jake Rector Sun Star In September, the Study for Environmental Arctic Change, or SEARCH, a large scale research program focused on increasing our knowledge of the changing Arctic, received…

Pub Trivia

Pub Trivia

by Marie-Kristin Hoffman Sun Star contributor Suddenly people at one table jump off their chairs, nearly knocking over their five beer pitchers. The group just scored a point. It’s trivia…

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