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CTC instructor under investigation is UAA graduate student

CTC instructor under investigation is UAA graduate student

Julie Herrmann/ Sun Star Reporter April 15, 2014 The University of Alaska Fairbanks Community and Technical College instructor who oversaw students injecting themselves with a substance not approved for humans…

$40,000 grant awarded to student to purchase electric shuttle

$40,000 grant awarded to student to purchase electric shuttle

Lakeidra Chavis/ Sun Star Reporter April 15, 2014 Twenty-three year old Biology student Kaitlyn Moneymaker has received a $40,000 grant to purchase an electric shuttle for campus. The grant, funded…

ASUAF Recap – April 13, 2014

Kaz Alvarez / Sun Star Reporter April 15, 2014 Senators present Matthew Carrick, Eli Barry-Garland, Jordyn Houlton, Kemper Chabotte, Shane Poindexter, Ashley Strauch, Daniel Strigle, Sarah Walker, Lida Zakurdaew and…

Ecology scientist to confirm we won’t be first to go

Ecology scientist to confirm we won’t be first to go

Regan Campbell/ Sun Star Contributor  April 15, 2014 There are men, according to Michael Caine in “The Dark Knight,” who only want to watch the world burn. There are others,…

Writer Joanna Kortik hosts “Crazy-U” workshop in ballroom

Writer Joanna Kortik hosts “Crazy-U” workshop in ballroom

David Spindler/ Sun Star Reporter April 15, 2014 Joanna Kortik was a guest speaker holding Guest speaker Joanna Kortik held a workshop titled “Crazy-U,” last Tuesday. Students Offering Leadership Development…

Power to the Plant: Expiration date reached (part 1 of 4 series)

Power to the Plant: Expiration date reached (part 1 of 4 series)

Kaz Alvarez/ Sun Star Reporter April 15, 2014 The University of Alaska Fairbanks is committed to providing $50 million to upgrade the combined heat and power plant but waits for…

Miss Euphoria: Performance

Miss Euphoria/ Sun Star Reporter April 18, 2014 Miss Euphoria, I’ve been seeing my girlfriend for about three months and it was going fine until a few days ago. We…

Zombies out for brains and fun at UAF

Zombies out for brains and fun at UAF

Elika Roohi/Sun Star Reporter April 15, 2014 Campus is awash with neon-bandana-clad students carting nerf guns and looking shiftily around corners. It’s Humans vs. Zombie season once again. The role-playing…

USA hockey wins first Spring sports showdown

USA hockey wins first Spring sports showdown

Kurtis Gosney/ Sun Star Reporter April 15, 2014 It’s been almost a month since the Alaska Nanooks’ sports season ended in March, but that’s not keeping UAF’s student-athletes from having a…

Science potpourri draws the community; showcases students’ knowledge

Science potpourri draws the community; showcases students’ knowledge

Lenin Lau/ Sun Star Reporter April 15, 2014 UAF’s 20th annual Science Potpourri, was a showcase for students from the College of Natural Science and Mathematics. Science students used their knowledge…

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