In memory of Juneau hatchery founder Ladd E. Macaulay, Douglas Island Pink and Chum is giving an endowment of more than $1 million to the University of Alaska Fairbanks.
FAIRBANKS - The University of Alaska Board of Regents gave thumbs down to a proposal to boost tuition by 4 percent.
I'd like to share with readers the University of Alaska Board of Regents' thinking behind our decision to offer President Pat Gamble a new contract that contains a retention incentive.
The following editorial first appeared in the Ketchikan Daily News: It's a bad decision on the face of it from a public perspective.
Recently chided by a well-meaning citizen for not arguing against SB176 (I had, in fact, declared clearly to the Senate Judiciary Committee that, as written then and now, the University of Alaska Board of Regents would not support the bill, but no matter), I asked myself: "Argue against what?" I am a gun user. I believe in the Constitution's Second Amendment rights. I respect the Supreme Court's interpretation of the Second Amendment. And I am duty-bound to insure the university complies with state law. Therein lies the real issue.
Fittingly, the bill introduced Friday that would prohibit the University of Alaska Board of Regents from banning concealed weapons on campus actually is the result of campus discussions. Intern Hans Rodvik approached Sen.
A bill that would allow concealed carry on University of Alaska campuses needs marksman-like precision to be successful; the way it's proposed now - more like a hail of bullets - will cause problems in the long term. SB176, introduced by Sen.
FAIRBANKS - When Carla Beam prepared a report on the so-called "fiscal cliff" for the University of Alaska Board of Regents in December, she found unexpected inspiration in a Looney Tunes clip. Wile E.
A big fight is going on in Juneau, and it's coming to a head. The stockholders of three of the world's largest oil companies are trying to take money away from Alaskan citizens. So far, the Governor and the House have helped the oil companies.
Tuesday afternoon's House Finance Committee meeting offered mixed news for education funding in Alaska. The Alaska Department of Education and Early Development saw its operating budget request cut by a House Finance subcommittee, which reduced Gov.
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