university of alaska
Why a chancellor decided to apologize for his school's handling of campus rape cases.
Given their name, it's not surprising that salmon sharks eat salmon. But Alaska researchers are now asking whether the animals might have any impact on declining numbers of Bering Sea king salmon.
Climate change stands to trigger a regime change in Alaska, with far-reaching consequences as frozen ground thaws beneath us, a prominent University of Alaska Fairbanks scientist told the Tanana Chiefs Conference on Tuesday. "When you thaw the permafrost, everything falls apart," said hydrologist Larry Hinzman.
A new type of bat has been discovered in Alaska, and no one even had to explore a cave to find it.
It's taken 64 years to for scientists to be sure, but they have finally determined that bones found on the North Slope of Alaska's Brooks Range are those of an ichthyosaur, a giant marine reptile from the time of the dinosaurs.
The pair landed their inflatable canoe at the base of the 60-foot bluff. Even before they stepped out in their rubber boots
Future historians will undoubtedly reflect on the peculiar climate politics of our time, where the cause, effects, and solutions to climate change were well understood, but political paralysis delayed the obvious and only solution: reducing carbon emissions.
Culture & Arts
Thaddeus DuBois is comfortable with his body -- which is fortunate, because he makes his living modeling in the nude. Of
- The only railroad, the Alaska Railroad. "I'm very grateful that someone would bother to go to these efforts to make a documentary
Since December, hundreds of child-sized socks have been flushed down the toilets of University of Alaska-Fairbanks. The errant
Power was down on UAF's entire main campus Thursday morning, leading to some cancelled classes and a lot of cold showers
Thirty candidates applied to fill the shoes of retiring University of Alaska President Mark Hamilton. Three of them emerged
The western half of UAF's University Park School building will be shut down sometime this summer, leaving many of its residents
Midway through the standing air rifle event at the Patty Center Saturday [Feb. 13], Billy Galligan set his rifle on the stand