September 2014 Archive

Helping athletes heal, at the AAC

Athletics rehabilition with Micah Chelimo

Injured student-athletes have, for years, gone through their rehabilitation in cramped quarters. Now, they get enhanced care at UAA's new sports medicine facility in the Alaska Airlines Center.

Cross-country season preview

Dylan Anthony

Dylan Anthony will be among the leaders for the men’s cross-country team this year. He’s one of two seniors on the squad, and a (relatively) local runner on a roster where Kenyans outnumber Alaskans 4-to-3.

More elbow room for hockey and student recreation in WFSC

Cropped Hockey Rendering

The great sports team migration to the AAC has opened up new space in the Wells Fargo for Seawolf Hockey to get comfortable at the start of their new season. Increased opportunities for student recreation are on the horizon as well.

New Varsity Sports Grill in the AAC to open Oct. 1


The Alaska Airlines Center is home to the new Varsity Sports Grill, slated to open Oct. 1. NMS Chef Matt Little Dog plans to tempt diners with full lunch and dinner menus featuring sandwiches, pizzas, salads, seafood and pasta entrées.

Retirement celebration for Cheryl Spalinger, Sept. 4


Fall 2014: Career Services Center to host Fall Career Fair and regular advising sessions


The UAA Career Services Center (CSC) serves as the premier resource for helping students and community members explore and pursue their career aspirations. Read the full story for more information about their fall schedule of events, including Accounting Week, drop-in resume review sessions and the Fall Career Fair.