By Hollis Reddington, University of Alaska Anchorage
White, who espouses a seemingly contradictory mix of conservative and liberal ideology, is opening up important dialogues in today’s fractured political environment.
Not all depression includes curling up in a blanket burrito.
Dogsledding isn’t quite as romantic as ‘Balto’ would lead you to believe.
The upcoming vote on Proposition 1 will not be cast in the traditional way since Anchorage has opted for the vote-by-mail system.
Sharaya Roberts, soccer player from Northwest University, turns her passion for the sport into a community building tool for children in Africa.
Nearly two years after the state legalized pot, marijuana was nearly impossible to buy. Today, things still aren’t much better.
It is funny, it is friendly, kids love it, but the ‘Paddington’ series is not just for kids — its message of immigration and discrimination is for everyone.
The #MeToo has made it to country music, and it’s not stopping with the women there.
Learning a new language has its ups and downs, but it comes with some unexpected side effects as well.
Salt is among the hottest commodities once the winter comes, but people are considering replacing salt with sand for the de-icing purpose.
As Mexican, Canadian and American representatives begin to amend NAFTA, only Canada seems concerned with fixing the agreement’s human rights abuses.
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