We play edgy, up-and-coming music aimed at a young college-aged audience. Where underground, underplayed, and underrated artists and tracks are able to shine. As the college radio station of Anchorage, we'll also keep you updated with exciting opportunities on and around campus. Then there's our News Team; they'll keep you posted with breaking news happening off campus. From our edge of the world to yours.
This week, the KRUA news reporters sit down to talk about the cannabis harvest, poverty decline, and Colombian revolutionists.
This week, the KRUA news team discusses Uber in Alaska, the massive Yahoo hacks, and violence against women in Mexico.
This week, the KRUA news reporters sit down to discuss the unraveling Syrian ceasefire and the arrest of the Manhattan bomber.
This week the KRUA news reporters sit down to talk about the Syrian ceasefire, banishment in Alaskan villages, and the Wells Fargo fraud case.
This week on the Edge Update- a banishment in rural Alaska, the NCAA pulling out of North Carolina, and the tentative beginnings of a ceasefire in Syria.
In the second part of this interview, UA president Jim Johnson explains his thought process behind new reductions- and discusses the truth behind rumored future plans. KRUA’s Max Jungreis reports. Next time: We talk sports.
Big changes are coming to the Alaska university system- starting behind the scenes. In the first part of this interview with UA president Jim Johnsen, we’ll explore some of the big administrative changes that happened over the summer in response to budget cuts. KRUA’s Max Jungreis reports. Next week: The future for students.
This week, KRUA news reporters Max Jungreis and Abby Slater sit down to talk about a local shooting, Georgetown Universitys, and the death of Uzbekistan’s president.
For years, the Alaska Moose Federation has taken dead moose off the roadside and put them on people’s kitchen tables- but lately, something’s thrown a wrench in the works. KRUA’s Max Jungreis reports.