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April 24, 2013
The research vessel meant for the high-latitude seas finally leaves dry land.
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Steve Brown turns in his tool belt for his teaching license, but his music remains.
Gary Gray has just closed out his first season as the Nanooks’ new athletic director. On his mind: student athletes, the NCAA — and floors.
In a big state with just a handful of daily newspapers, are Alaskans getting the news they need?
The oil’s going. The end is near. What now?
Running or hiking the Equinox Marathon and Relay in September is a rite of seasonal passage for many [...]
Ned and Anna Rozell show off their finisher’s patch after completing the 2009 Equinox Marathon. By Ned RozellAs [...]
Adrina Knutson’s too-short life, and a legacy on film that hints at her talent and promise.
In higher education marketing, we are quite familiar with “raccoon syndrome” – the tendency for us, and our [...]
A lung long time agoThe most ancient life forms breathed underwater. So what made our ancestors come up [...]
Starvation Gulch, a fall tradition on the Fairbanks campus going back to 1923, was the inspiration of Charles [...]
Terese Kaptur, ’76, ’86, and Mark Sherman, ’80, ’83, were married in the university fire hall. 1950s Bill [...]
White Moon on Black Water By John Smelcer; illustration by Larry Vienneau All of the pews on the [...]
Online journalism has dramatically affected the ways news is paid for and delivered.
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