Category: News

Club Spotlight: Science communications

Club Spotlight: Science communications

The Science Communication Club is a newly formed club on campus. The club is going to be focused on trying to better communicate scientific discoveries and work being done on campus and across the...

Cannabis prices higher in Alaska

Cannabis prices higher in Alaska

While residents who voted for the legalization of marijuana in Alaska were victorious in the polls, the price of buying legal cannabis has proved to be a turnoff for some consumers. “I think dispensaries...

Pita Place announces winter hours and delivery

Pita Place announces winter hours and delivery

The air inside of Pita Place fills with the smells of fresh vegetables, pita pockets, and falafel spheres coated in tahini and hummus. Employees work behind the counter, prepping each pita falafel as customers...

Assembly candidates debate community issues

Assembly candidates debate community issues

With elections taking place on Oct. 3, several substantial matters sitting at the forefront of student voters’ minds were discussed at a debate organized by student government. The debate, held last Saturday in the...

Nanooks destroy Clan in 6-0 hockey win

Nanooks destroy Clan in 6-0 hockey win

The UAF Men’s Hockey team triumphed at this Saturday’s exhibition match against Simon Fraser University with a hearty score of 6-0. Blue and gold glittered throughout the stands as UAF students, alumni, and Fairbanks...

Visiting professor’s associations questioned at anti-abortion lecture

Visiting professor’s associations questioned at anti-abortion lecture

A lecturer invited to campus by a student anti-abortion group faced pointed questions from local activists over his alleged ties with white supremacist organizations. Attorney John Eidsmoe, a law professor and author of several...

Students light up the night

Students light up the night

Wood pallet structures lined the Nenana Lot on Saturday night, each awaiting their inevitable destruction by fire. New students and returners alike gathered to watch as the stacked pallets were doused in lighter fluid,...

Gulliver’s Books is traveling

Gulliver’s Books is traveling

Drifting among the once over-flowing shelves of Gulliver’s Books are now half-off stickers and freshly cleared sills in place of old novels and furniture. The independent bookstore, which has become a central element of...

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...