Sometimes I think the state of American education is too often shaped by politics, money and conflicting ideals
Four candidates vying to represent a large swath of Fairbanks in the state legislature squared off for a debate Friday Sept. 21, 2012.
ASUAF 2012 election results.
The sun is out, the semester is almost over and ASUAF’s Spring Election is almost here.
During the course of the election, issues with the online voting system became apparent. The first major difference between past student elections and this fall lay in the choice of host.
On Nov. 20, the UAF student government voted to disband club council and replace it with a committee. The new committee will provide clubs with funding, student president Mari Freitag said.
The following biographies were submitted by four (of seven) students running for the Fall 2011 seats on the ASUAF senate. There are a total of 10 vacant senate seats. There are also two individuals running for one vacancy on the Concert Board.
On June 4-5, the Coalition of Student Leaders (CSL) convened at the University of Alaska – Fairbanks (UAF) to discuss student concerns.
This article was compiled from information gathered before, during and after the June 1-3 Board of Regents (BOR) meeting.
A streamlined version of the ASUAF senate will be in operation over the summer months. According to Sen. Jennifer Chambers, the five-member ASUAF summer committee intends to meet at least twice a month to discuss legislation, as well as to plan and coordinate events.