Monthly Archive: May 2018

Professor brings storytelling to life

Professor brings storytelling to life

With all the stories being shared about Alaska on national networks, most Alaskans see beyond the shallow exterior of these Hollywood acts; however, their stories often go untold to the larger community and people...

What depression looks like for UAF students

What depression looks like for UAF students

Alaska is notorious for seasonal affective disorder, which a 1992 study said affected 9.2 percent of a random sample of 283 Fairbanks residents. Hoping to update some of that mental health research, Kathryn Harrod...

Addressing student fee adjustments

At the senate meeting on April 15, student government was visited by representatives from Student Affairs, DRAW, Student Health and Counseling Services, and Transportation Services. The staff members as well as Vice Chancellor Champagne...

Op-Ed: Surviving white feminism as a “minority”

Op-Ed: Surviving white feminism as a “minority”

When I signed up for my first women and gender studies class I was ecstatic. You can imagine the joy of a blossoming activist, receiving what is promoted to be a professional education. However,...