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    Meet Snaps, the home-built dinosaur ambassador

    Meet Snaps, the home-built dinosaur ambassador

    By Eric Bennett on May 5, 2015

    ” I did ask for a similar pupil size, so hopefully it won’t be too terrifying, but it’s definitely going to look more like Eye of Sauron,” Foss said. “And put…

    Eric Bennett

    Eric Bennett

    Eric Bennett has lived in Alaska all his life and is a senior journalism student with a particular interest in copy editing. He loves reading about the yakuza in the news and generally all spooky things, true or not.

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    Tales from real-Alaskans again enliven the “darkest” of times

    Tales from real-Alaskans again enliven the “darkest” of times

    By Kelly Logue on May 5, 2015

    Dead boyfriends, bears, glimpses of the late “Papa Pilgrim,” enliven the latest session of Dark Winter Night’s, real-life Alaskan storytelling.

    From our Twitter correspondent:
    “Here’s what you’re missing if you’re not at Hering Auditorium. Randy…

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    Kelly Logue

    I am 22-years-old and a Broadcast Journalism major with a minor in Justice. I am also on the women's basketball team for UAF and will be graduating spring 2015.

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    Let’s Talk About Sex Wen-dy

    Let’s Talk About Sex Wen-dy

    By Kelly Logue on May 5, 2015

    Wendy Chapkis is an Associate Professor of Women’s Studies and Sociology at the University of Southern Maine.  She didn’t really see herself as studying sex workers, but more like studying the practices and meanings...

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    Shouldn’t We All Get Paid For This?

    Shouldn’t We All Get Paid For This?

    By Kelly Logue on May 5, 2015

    Marideth Artly says it best, “Pick a social platform that suits you and suits your story”. 5 Modern Journalist Rules Some people choose Twitter over facebook because of the pace of the social media;...

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    The Reporter Who Can’t Let Go

    The Reporter Who Can’t Let Go

    By Kelly Logue on May 5, 2015

    Stabbed inside of her own apartment, Mahogany Davis, a mother of three, stumbles outside searching for help. Although all three of her children were there, watching it all unfold, they were too young to...

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    To surveil and protect

    To surveil and protect

    By Karen Simmons on May 5, 2015

    Police in Fairbanks have been using body cameras for years. The UAF Police Department is now in its fifth year of using on-officer surveillance video and on their third generation of camera. Long before…

    Karen Simmons

    Karen is a local who dreams of soon living outside her home state of Alaska. She explores all aspects of journalism, but prefers the written word. She enjoys sketching, comedy, and reading graphic novels.

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