‘Nook on the Street, October 25

This week, we asked students: “What are your thoughts on the recent changes made to the UAF Post Office?” – John Dougherty / Sun Star

"It sucks, what else is there to say?" -Caleb Sterns, film student

“It sucks, what else is there to say?” -Caleb Sterns, film student

"I'm a business major, so I got to business it out and I know they are not paying for the same amount of employees, its open for three hours, but I am paying the same amount of money for a substantially worse thing then I got last year." -Tom Serbernak, business student

“I’m a business major, so I got to business it out and I know they are not paying for the same amount of employees, its open for three hours, but I am paying the same amount of money for a substantially worse thing then I got last year.” -Tom Serbernak, business student

"I think it is a bummer." -Ronnie Houchin, UAF staff transition programs coordinator

“I think it is a bummer.” -Ronnie Houchin, UAF staff transition programs coordinator

"Don't really like it, I kind of liked the human interaction not the machine." -Linnea Deisher, justice student

“Don’t really like it, I kind of liked the human interaction not the machine.” -Linnea Deisher, justice student

"I don't know much about them because I live locally so I don't ever have to use it. But I actually some friends that are pretty frustrated about that because the times that they are opened always correspond with classes that they have so they never are able to go get their packages or send stuff." -Jessie Wattum, education student

“I don’t know much about them because I live locally so I don’t ever have to use it. But I actually some friends that are pretty frustrated about that because the times that they are opened always correspond with classes that they have so they never are able to go get their packages or send stuff.” -Jessie Wattum, education student

"It's unusual to me, but I guess we will have to see how it works out." -Chelsey Zibell, graduate english student

“It’s unusual to me, but I guess we will have to see how it works out.” -Chelsey Zibell, graduate english student 

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