Construction on Campus: Worth the Cost?

By Mariah Brashar, Public Affairs Producer In case you’ve been hiding under a rock for the last few years and haven’t noticed, there’s been quite a bit of construction on University of Alaska Anchorage campus. The campus is growing, fast.  Right now, there are three large construction projects underway: a parking structure adjacent to the […]

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Getting to Know Dustin Darden, Candidate for Anchorage Mayor

By Mariah Brashar, Public Affairs Producer The Anchorage Mayoral Race is underway.  On April 7th, just three weeks away, the city of Anchorage will elect a new mayor, who will serve the city, for better or for worse, for the next two years, starting in July. There are 11 candidates running for the city’s highest […]


10th Annual Cabin Fever Debates

By Ammon Swenson, News Director The 10th annual Cabin Fever Debates have wrapped up. The tournament gives UAA students who aren’t on the Seawolf debate team a chance to duke it out — verbally of course— and maybe win some cash prizes. Brothers Anthony and Daniel Galarza are team Logos and made it into the […]

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Lance Ahern

By Mariah Brashar As all of you who tuned in to the show last week know, the Anchorage Mayoral Race is underway.  On April 7th, that’s just a month away, the city of Anchorage will elect a new mayor, who will serve the city, for better or for worse, for the next two years, starting […]


A Right to Die: Alaska House Bill 99

By Mariah Brashar That was a clip from “You Don’t know Jack,” the 2010 HBO movie about Jack Kevorkian, known to some as “Dr. Death.”  Kevorkian was one of the first right-to-die activists to really publicize the issue of doctor assisted suicide and euthanasia. Currently, four states allow doctor assisted suicide in the case of […]

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