Consortium Library North Entrance Waited 12 Years

We recently brought you a story covering renovations to be done on the UAA/APU Consortium Library in Fall of 2016. After hearing that story Library Dean Steve Rollins contacted us with more pertinent information. He shared some of the history of the library as well as justifications for the Library north entrance project being done now. Read more about Consortium Library North Entrance Waited 12 Years[…]

Lena Fayre – Is There Only One?

Love can be beautiful like a cherry tree in full bloom, but if you’ve come here for an album review inspired by happiness and beauty, I’m afraid you’re in the wrong place. Lena Fayre’s new EP “Is There Only One?” brings up poignant feelings of longing and rejection, and eventually the serenity that can be Read more about Lena Fayre – Is There Only One?[…]

UAA Bookstore Sees Renovation; New Café Area

Are you curious about the racket that has been coming from the bookstore? Michelle Wells, the Marketing Director for the UAA Bookstore, discusses the changes this renovation will bring, including a new coffee shop, lounges with whiteboard tables, and the infamous backpack policy. She says the bookstore is hoping for a soft opening of the Read more about UAA Bookstore Sees Renovation; New Café Area[…]

Consortium Library Plan New Entrance

The UAA/APU Consortium Library is scheduled to experience some renovations Fall of 2016. KRUA sat down with project managers John Hanson and Corey Fischer to find out more about the project and the estimated implications for students. The project will give the library a new door, on the north side of the building. What is now an Read more about Consortium Library Plan New Entrance[…]

Voices of UAA: Julia O’Malley

You know that “teachers are really aliens” phase from elementary school? Well despite the knowledge our professors are not aliens, sometimes sitting in class throughout the week listening to lectures we forget they have their own lives. We chose to sit down with Julia O’Malley, UAA’s Atwood Chair of Journalism, over a cup of coffee to find Read more about Voices of UAA: Julia O’Malley[…]

Seawolf Debate Hosts LGBT Discrimination Debate

The evening of September 29th the Anchorage Assembly passed an anti-discrimination ordinance, which expands protections from discrimination to LGBT individuals. The following evening the UAA Seawolf Debate team hosted a very timely public debate over whether “individuals and organizations ought to be free to refuse service to patrons on the basis of religious objection.” The Read more about Seawolf Debate Hosts LGBT Discrimination Debate[…]

Live In-Studio with The Well Pennies

Reporter Dylan Blankenship has been at it again. Thursday he was live in the KRUA studio with husband-wife folk duo The Well Pennies, along with the rest of their musical gang, to talk about their 2015 album release, their first experience in Alaska, and to hear a few wonderful tracks that they performed live for Read more about Live In-Studio with The Well Pennies[…]