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Museum exhibit makes environmental music

Museum exhibit makes environmental music

A small nook on the second floor of the museum is home to a vibrant light and music spectacular that can never be experienced exactly the same way twice. Tucked inside the Rose Berry...

Briefly Stated: Man threatens university employees

Briefly Stated: Man threatens university employees

  Correction Sept. 19, 2017: An earlier version of this article misstated the circumstance prompting UAF police to post flyers about a man trespassed from campus. According to the police blotter, he could not...

Find adventure with the Study Away program

Find adventure with the Study Away program

You feel your heart pounding. The plane’s engines rumble, and before you know it, your feet no longer touch the ground. As the plane soars, your heart and your nerves go right along with...

Student artist designs starscapes and sea creatures

Student artist designs starscapes and sea creatures

Ink bottles are strewn across shelves. From the ceiling dangles rows and rows of artwork patiently awaiting their completion, delicately hung by clothes pins. The view of the hills just beyond Walsh Hall can...

What’s the Spin at KSUA? UAF’s college radio station is looking for new student involvement

What’s the Spin at KSUA? UAF’s college radio station is looking for new student involvement

Tara Chrisman is the KSUA General Manager and has been a DJ with KSUA for over ten years.

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...

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...