University of Alaska Fairbanks
PO Box 750205
Fairbanks, AK 99775-6640
Phone: (907) 474-7540
Bios for the Spring, 2018 staff are coming soon!
Kyrie spends a lot of her time divided between note taking and reading Thomas Harris novels. She got into journalism for the editing opportunities and stuck around for the same reason. She has a dog named Luna that likes to write advice columns and bark at the cryptid that likely lives in the woods behind her house. Kyrie plans to find work after graduation and start saving up money for future travels and likely for a future, taxidermied death head’s moth.
Caitlin Miller is a senior at UAF, working toward a degree in English and Art with a minor in Ancient, Medieval, and Early Modern Studies. Originally from Michigan, Caitlin moved to the Kenai Peninsula for the first time in 2009 and returned in 2011, maintaining residence there until transferring to UAF in 2015. Caitlin enjoys the arts, having been involved in art, music, and theatre while growing up. She also enjoys reading, writing novel length fiction and short stories, and hanging out at the pub.
Cheyenne is a UAF senior English major. She has two minors; American Sign Language and secondary education. She has finished her minors and plans to graduate in May. Cheyenne was born in Pennsylvania and has lived in Alaska for 14 years. She enjoys reading in her free time, as well as playing video games. She watches horror movies for fun specifically old slasher films. She has a cat named Nargle and they live in a dry cabin together (their first year doing such.) As layout editor Cheyenne hopes she can master inDesign, as well as immerse herself in the AP style format, and build her skills in the journalism field while working for the Sun Star.
Major: Computer Engineering
Born and raised in Colorado, Ben moved away as soon as they possibly could, living in Wasilla for a few more years before finally settling down in Fairbanks. They plan on getting their degree in computer engineering, and then to move on to a postgrad degree in biomedical engineering outside of the states, before settling down in Ireland. For fun they enjoy fencing, listening to music way too loudly, and playing games with their friends.
Ali is a cat loving person who works for UAF’s Lost and Found, SAO, and The Sun Star. She is an English major who aspires to be a journalist/photographer. She also volunteers for the Nanook Traditions Board.