Fall 2011

In a time before time

In a time before time

More than 11,000 years ago, the details of existence were different, but the major elements remain: food, shelter, life and loss. ...
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Bridge to anywhere

Bridge to anywhere

Why do we build steel bridges anyway? To get to the other side, of course. ...
Marketing and Communications 3 years ago
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Like a fish to water

Like a fish to water

A teenager, a blackfish and a geneticist walk into a lab ...
Marketing and Communications 3 years ago
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A crab in every pot

A crab in every pot

King crab catches in Alaska have declined for decades. Fishermen need answers -- and solutions. ...
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Cover Story

In a time before time

In a time before time

More than 11,000 years ago, the details of existence were different, but the major elements remain: food, shelter, life and loss.

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Features

Bridge to anywhere

Bridge to anywhere

Why do we build steel bridges anyway? To get to the other side, of course.

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Like a fish to water

Like a fish to water

A teenager, a blackfish and a geneticist walk into a lab

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A crab in every pot

A crab in every pot

King crab catches in Alaska have declined for decades. Fishermen need answers — and solutions.

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Departments

Alumnus

Alumnus

Alumni expertise … sort of, President’s column, Class notes and in memorian

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Image from the film Strange and Sacred Noise.

Around campus

Hear that? It’s a Strange and Sacred Noise

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Editor’s Corner

Editor’s Corner

I always want to know what you, our readers, think about anything we’ve written. So don’t be shy about it. Contact me anytime.

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Letters

Letters

Letters sent to the editor on various stories in Aurora

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Extra Credit

Extra Credit

How well do you know UAF?

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Events calendar

Events calendar

Events for Fall and Winter 2011 – 2012

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