Category: News

Bizzay turns heads in Alaska film industry

Bizzay turns heads in Alaska film industry

It all started with a cheap camera and a love of film and television. “I got started in film when I was about ten years old. I had just moved to Alaska, I made...

Police Blotter: July 28 – August 28

Police Blotter: July 28 – August 28

Civil Problem 8/3/2017 11:23 a.m. – The homeless camps behind Sunrise Bagel on College Road were cleared out. Police Chief notified the people living there that they had 24 hours to move out, and...

Students kick off semester at The Pub

Students kick off semester at The Pub

With the first week under our collective student belts, students gathered at The Pub to watch the first bands of the season. Common Courtesy, Barcelona Boys Choir, and DJ midnight were the performers of...

Briefly Stated: Summer Recap

Briefly Stated: Summer Recap

Although many students leave for the summer, administrators at UAF use this period of time to make decisions that affect campus, including, budgets cuts, degree cancellations, and building repurposing. – The Alaska state legislator...

Lecturer covers dangers of subconscious biases

Lecturer covers dangers of subconscious biases

Caption: Shankar Vedantam, host of Hidden Brain, on a UAF centennial panel discusses unconscious bias with the audience at Hering Auditorium. A lecture on our subconscious biases and how they shape and change our...

New chancellor to fill vacancy

New chancellor to fill vacancy

Dan White, who accepted the position of chancellor, taking over for previous Interim Chancellor Dana Thomas on July 1, is UAF’s fourth chancellor in as many years. The selection committee went through a pool...

Budget cuts into club funding

Budget cuts into club funding

ASUAF has not been immune to the current budget shortfalls. The student government has, in years past, been a substantial source of funding and support for the various clubs and organizations around UAF. In...

Tips and tricks for cold temperatures

Tips and tricks for cold temperatures

Classes are starting up, the temperatures are slowly dropping as fall settles into Fairbanks, leaves are changing, the sky has turned grey, and the birds are flying south. These are all signs that winter...