Category: Alaska News

Museum exhibit makes environmental music

Museum exhibit makes environmental music

A small nook on the second floor of the museum is home to a vibrant light and music spectacular that can never be experienced exactly the same way twice. Tucked inside the Rose Berry...

Following scrutiny, administrators enforce Title IX changes

Following scrutiny, administrators enforce Title IX changes

Last year the University of Alaska Fairbanks made an agreement with the Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights to overhaul their Title IX office, following a federal investigation by the Department of Education...

Construction obstructs handicap access

Construction obstructs handicap access

The bigger construction jobs on campus are currently localized at Wood Center and the Fine Arts Complex. Both of these jobs are for renovations for both areas. However, the fences are impeding foot traffic...

Chancellor talks new budget, old concerns

Chancellor talks new budget, old concerns

Amid funding cuts in the tune of $8 million, $2.7 million of which comes directly out of UAF’s budget, a new chancellor had the job of addressing students and faculty at this years convocation....

Find adventure with the Study Away program

Find adventure with the Study Away program

You feel your heart pounding. The plane’s engines rumble, and before you know it, your feet no longer touch the ground. As the plane soars, your heart and your nerves go right along with...

Bizzay turns heads in Alaska film industry

Bizzay turns heads in Alaska film industry

It all started with a cheap camera and a love of film and television. “I got started in film when I was about ten years old. I had just moved to Alaska, I made...

New chancellor to fill vacancy

New chancellor to fill vacancy

Dan White, who accepted the position of chancellor, taking over for previous Interim Chancellor Dana Thomas on July 1, is UAF’s fourth chancellor in as many years. The selection committee went through a pool...