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    St. Matthews historic “saloon service” rings across 112 years

    St. Matthews historic “saloon service” rings across 112 years

    By Julia Madeline Taylor on April 21, 2015

    While there were many disillusioned miners in 1903, that day witnessed the Rev. Charles Rice raise $1400 from the assembled miners and trappers. Within a year, land purchased with their donations provided foundation for…

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    Caffeine… it helps you talk faster

    Caffeine… it helps you talk faster

    By Robert Dillon on April 19, 2015

    Being a D.C.-based press secretary is hazardous to your health. You work long hours, take meals either hurriedly at your desk or on the road. And forget about making it to the gym. My day...

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    Chancellor Rogers to retire in August

    Chancellor Rogers to retire in August

    By Karen Simmons on April 16, 2015

      In an email sent to faculty and staff this afternoon, Chancellor Brian Rogers announces plans to retire by the end of August 2015. “A combination of factors led me to this conclusion. This...

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    Students hold sway in ASUAF elections

    Students hold sway in ASUAF elections

    By Karen Simmons on April 15, 2015

    Student elections are happening right now on campus. The Associated Students of the University of Alaska Fairbanks, your student government, holds elections each semester, both online and in person. The biannual election gives students the opportunity to direct...

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    The sober side of case day

    The sober side of case day

    By Karen Simmons on April 14, 2015

    If you’ve attended UAF during the spring semester before, you’ve likely heard about Springfest, or Case Day as it’s more commonly known. It’s a day the university has granted students for over 60 years. It was...

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    A head lamp cuts through darkness, followed by church bells, and who’s about to win the 1,000-mile Yukon Quest?

    A head lamp cuts through darkness, followed by church bells, and who’s about to win the 1,000-mile Yukon Quest?

    By Eric Bennett on April 14, 2015

    “The whole way coming in here I was just going through all the people and all the influences and all the support I’ve had to get to this point right here and it’s overwhelming.”...

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