University of Alaska Archive
When it comes to drones, a legislative task force drops "federal overreach" rhetoric, reports existing FAA policies likely won't lead to privacy issues.
Last week, UAA film students presented their semester's hard work, on the ginormous screen on stage inside the 910-seat Wendy Williamson Auditorium.
“Can I eat now? I’m so hungry,” Kayla Black asked. A 103 pound mother of two stood stage left at the 2014 Alaska State Bodybuilding, Fitness, Figure, Bikini, and Physique Championships.
The University of Alaska Anchorage recently announced plans to offer students a bike share program. But will it take?
Breastfeeding regrets, troublesome Sriracha fumes, a resilient chihuahua, chicken wearables, a newly discovered detachable insect penis, and more. All the news you tried to avoid, in this week's News Roundup.
This year is the 12th Alaska Native Oratory Society at the University of Alaska, Anchorage. There will be two events, starting this Friday.
All the news you might have missed, or might have been hiding from. Here are this week's monsters underneath the bed.
There’s an inherent problem with performing arts in Alaska, and it can be boiled down to just a couple of things: resources and opportunities. The lack of them. One group is trying to buck the trend in