Spring 2009

Biofuels: Alaska's new power plants?

Biofuels: Alaska’s new power plants?

Chris Garber-Slaght let out a slight groan as he hoisted a five-gallon jug of syrupy brown liquid an… ...
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Happy 50th birthday, Alaska

Happy 50th birthday, Alaska

For many Alaskans, admission of the state into the Union in 1959 represented the end of a long, hard… ...
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Sharing Strength

Sharing Strength

The sink in Lorena Hegdal’s kitchen is bright yellow -- crazy yellow. It's just a sink, but in Hegda… ...
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A Legacy of Change

A Legacy of Change

Ruth Lister arrived in Fairbanks with her 15-month-old daughter, Cady Sky, on her hip. ...
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Cover Story

Bob Vanveldhuizen, a research technician with UAF's School of Natural Resources and Agricultural Sciences, harvests canola as part of a research study to determine the viability of biofuels.

Biofuels: Alaska’s new power plants?

Chris Garber-Slaght let out a slight groan as he hoisted a five-gallon jug of syrupy brown liquid and emptied it into a large, filter-lined funnel near eye level.

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Features

Happy 50th birthday, Alaska

Happy 50th birthday, Alaska

For many Alaskans, admission of the state into the Union in 1959 represented the end of a long, hard-fought battle to be considered first-class citizens in America.

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Sharing Strength

Sharing Strength

The sink in Lorena Hegdal’s kitchen is bright yellow — crazy yellow. It’s just a sink, but in Hegdal’s otherwise traditional kitchen it stands out like a red spot on a Dalmatian.

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Photo by Susan McInnis

A Legacy of Change

Ruth Lister arrived in Fairbanks with her 15-month-old daughter, Cady Sky, on her hip.

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Departments

Editor’s Corner

Editor’s Corner

Sustainability — a long word for a complex subject. What does it mean?

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Letters

Letters

Letters to the editor

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You Tell Us!

You Tell Us!

If your degree major differs greatly from your current career, what path did you take to get there?

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Around Campus

Around Campus

Stories about Students launch Poker Flat season, First accredited first responders, Low-tech Lumberjacks, UAF students go homeless, KUAC celebrates statehood with film premiere, Campus Briefs, Swim team makes a splash, Seeing stars in rural Alaska, Exhibit connects art and arctic science, AAAS honors, Agroborealis turns 40, Google maps change learning landscape, Rural students float salmon data and 50 years of music.

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Photo by Johnny Wagner/Fairbanks Daily News-Miner

Alumnus

Read the President’s column, Police chief tackles tough issues, Where do our alumni live?, Get involved – join a chapter!, Career check and Class Notes and In Memoriam.

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Events Spring/Summer 2009

Events Spring/Summer 2009

Events for Spring and Summer 2009

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Extra Credit

Extra Credit

Where is this colorful spot on the Fairbanks campus?

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Multimedia

Multimedia

Videos Slide shows Related websites   Videos Video: Mingchu Zhang on canola as a rotational crop Featured in Biofuels: Alaska’s new power plants? Video...

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