October 2018 Archive

Nov. 1, 2018: 'Spill Your Ink'


Enjoy a night of tattoo storytelling and community with a presentation on traditional tattooing techniques. "Spill Your Ink" happens Thursday, Nov. 1, 2018, 6–9 p.m. in the Student Union Den.

Nov. 2, 2018: Get skills for being well and coping


UAA student's award-winning essay on democracy featured in Forbes


Daylight Saving Time ends Nov. 4, 2018

As Daylight Saving Time ends this weekend, now is also a great time to pause and make sure you're prepared for an emergency.

Reminder: Title IX training required by Nov. 2, 2018


Seawolf Athletics for Nov. 1-4, 2018


Pianist Carl Cranmer in concert for one night only - Nov. 9, 2018


Performing for one evening only, Nov. 9, 2018, at 7:30 p.m., Carl Cranmer’s alluring and demanding program is sure to leave you wanting more.

Notice of UAA weather closure guidelines and protocol

Rain falls on snow at UAA's Cuddy Quad.

Now that we’ve entered the time of year we can regularly expect cold, snowy and icy conditions, the UAA Incident Management Team (IMT) would like to share important information with you about campus weather closure guidelines and protocol.

Opening doors to help dreams take flight


UAA’s Aviation Technology Complex recently opened its doors to host Girls in Aviation Day — a collaborative event with Women in Aviation International’s Alaska Frontier Chapter and Professional Women Controllers. The worldwide event introduces young women to the many possibilities of careers in aviation.

Nov. 5, 2018: Clifford Orwin presents ‘Thucydides and Liberal Democracy’


October Archive