This week on the Edge Update: Statements on Trump’s immigration ban from Alaska’s representatives, the rising power of Steve Bannon, and the discovery of humanity’s earliest known ancestor. Photo via BBC.
On January 21st, thousands of men and women gathered in Washington D.C. for the Women’s March, among them students from UAA. KRUA’s Wright Franklin reports.
There is so. much. music. coming out this year to look forward to, and some of our favorites have already been released! Check out what we’re listening to below. Jeanette Sweetman – Program Director Bonobo – Migration This is Bonobo’s sixth studio album. It was highly anticipated, and now it is here, etc. He gave us Read more about Staff Picks: January ’17[…]
This week, the KRUA news team discusses a scandal involving a state senator’s shipment expenses, dramatic new policy decisions from the White House, and the end of an African president’s desperate bid for power.
Last Friday, UAA’s faculty senate voted 28-9 in favor of a resolution of no confidence in University of Alaska President Jim Johnsen after a spirited debate. KRUA was there to bring you highlights from this discussion. Max Jungreis reports.
This week on the Edge Update, the KRUA news team discusses prospective bills in the Alaskan legislature, the controversial appointment of a vaccine skeptic to the Trump Administration, and possible genocide in Myanmar.
There’s an unusual new startup in Spenard – a taxidermy business based on beetles. KRUA’s Max Jungreis reports.
This week, the KRUA news team discusses Rep. Young’s position on a recent congressional ethics measure, the brewing clash over healthcare in Washington D.C., and water shortage in Damascus.