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August 25, 2009
After eight suicides in a year and a half, the survivors in one small Alaska village knew they had to do something.
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The Peace Corps advertises itself as the toughest job you’ll ever love. Now, there’s a way to earn a master’s degree with all that tough love.
Dan Jordan doesn’t let a little thing like a 60-foot fall or the sometimes harsh Alaska environment get him down.
Anatoly Antohin spent 20 years teaching theater at UAF. Our photographer, Todd Paris, captured the marvelous spectacle of the professor’s swan song.
Letters to the editor
Articles include: Size does matter, Education is IT, Icebreaker cometh, New supercomputer, Campus briefs, Lena Point Fisheries building, Found in translation, A better barley and Athletics.
Contains: A Nest of Nanooks, You Told Us!, Take me out to the ballgame, President’s column, 2009 – 2010 UAF Alumni Association Board of Directors, Class Notes and In Memoriam.
Events for the fall and winter – 2009 – 2010
Most people on campus know that office space is at a premium, but who knew one’s office could be usurped while away for only a week?
Hear interviews from the People Awakening project
Featured in A Way From Despair
Tony Gasbarro’s podcast
The University of Alaska Fairbanks is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and educational institution and is a part of the University of Alaska system.
UAF Photos by Todd Paris unless otherwise noted.
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