Source World Health Organization

The News Feed From October 10th

Ebola has become an international crisis. The virus has shattered the already broken health care infrastructures of Sierra Leone, Liberia, and Guinea and concerns linger that the disease could spread outside of these nations. As the first recorded cases of Ebola strike US, is it time for US citizens to hit the “big red button that […]

Student Storyboard Nov. 7 – Student Veterans

On Student Storyboard for Nov. 7, join volunteer host Kathleen McCoy and three student veterans at UAA, Bryan Box (president of the SVUAA), Douglas Bowers and Jeanette Smart. This show airs agaon on Mondays at 5 pm. Read a story about UAA’s Student Veterans president Bryan Box here. Check out the UAA veterans resource website […]


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The News Feed From October 3, 2014

The November mid-term elections are less than a month away. Attack adds swarm as the duel over one of Alaska’s seats in the US Senate intensifies into the final stretch. On our show from Friday October 3, we have Incumbent Senator and Democratic candidate for Senate Mark Begich on to discuss his record in the United […]

Odd New Side Project From Julian Casablancas

Let me preface this review by saying that The Strokes are one of my all time favorite bands. With that, comes a deep, undying love for Julian Casablancas. That being said, his new side project, Julian Casablancas + The Voidz is just… really strange. The album is in some nowhere zone (a “Void” perhaps) in […]