The last ASUAF senate meeting of the year, on Friday, May 6, almost didn’t happen. Senators Arthur Martin, Jennifer Chambers, Dillon Ball, Robert Kinnard and Ryan Duffy were the only senators present out of the 13 members who currently make up the body.
ASUAF senators met for what they thought was the last time of the spring semester on Sunday, May 8. They received more than they bargained for when students Josh Hovis, Ashleigh Strange and Michael Farrell showed up to protest the senate’s decision to amend its election bylaws.
Candidates for the 2011 ASUAF elections.
Sending student representatives to petition in Juneau is a longstanding tradition of ASUAF, the student government.
Former US senate candidate Joe Miller discussed the nation’s economy Thursday, Feb. 3, at the Wood Center Ball Room. The event was hosted as part of a lecture series by Students Who Enjoy Economic Thinking (SWEET).
The 2011 session of Alaska’s 27th Legislature began in Juneau on Tuesday, Jan. 18, and UA President Patrick Gamble and Gov. Sean Parnell have released their Redbook and Bluebook respectively.
The Sun Star’s Jeremia Schrock sits down with ASUAF President Nicole Carvajal for 12 questions.
For Governor Sean Parnell and Lt. Governor Mead Treadwell, “Fairbanks” is synonymous with “education.” Not only did the Governor and Lt. Governor visit UAF Friday afternoon…
Chancellor Rogers spoke Tuesday, Jan. 11, at the Greater Fairbanks Chamber of Commerce meeting that took place in the Art Buswell room of the Carlson Center. The Chamber, whose major sponsors include BP, Exxon Mobil Corporation, ConocoPhilips, Fairbanks Memorial Hospital and the Fairbanks Daily News-Miner, invited Rogers to be their featured speaker at their weekly Tuesday meeting.
The results from the ASUAF elections, held Nov. 29 and 30.