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dc.identifier.citationUnion of Students at UAA Northern Light newspaper, Archives and Special Collections, Consortium Library, University of Alaska Anchorage.en_US
dc.description.tableofcontentsUnion asks for up to $30 million By: Soren Wuerth (1) Pre-merger life better, says ACCFT By: Glenn Boledovich (1) Tuition to cover all costs of UAA’s summer school By: Soren Wuerth (1) JPC department plagued by worst faculty/student ration at UAA By: Robert Darling (3) Save energy/lives; U.S. out of Mid-east A war to save oil companies? By: Unknown (4) USUAA News (4) Letters to the editor (5) ‘Lindauer loophole’ needs to be closed By: Glenn Boledovich (5) Northern Light Scanner (6) ‘High Times’ editor gets to the heart of hemp By: Crystal Crouch (7) UAA’s nursing department receives a healthy grant By: Beth Morris (7) Joe Bob plants homegrown New York grass By: Joe Bob Briggs (8) Nuestra Columna By: David Ugarte (9) McCoy records praises and potholes of workman’s compensation laws By: Jessica Keil (9) DeLapp stresses morality of medicine By: Beth Morris (11) Is the caller there? By: Kerry Downing (12-13) Classified (14) Highlight (18) Zippy By: Bill Griffth (19) Single Slices By: Peter Kohlsaat (19) The Angriest Dog in the World By: David Lynch (19) Seawolf Fadness finds natural parents By: Echo Breaux (20) UAA men’s basketball team plays good a little, bad a little By: Scott Gere (21) Jackie Johnson returns after injury By: Scott Gere (22) UAA goalie has great games, but can’t stop Maine By: Scott Samples (23) Karate kicks off this weekend By: Ashley Gouthro (23) Seawolf spikers smash records with 24th victory By: Greg Scully (24) Surprise! Spikers will head to regions By: Scott Samples (24) Open-gym time for students is as rare as a Phil Donahue visit By: Scott “The Hammer” Samples (24)en_US
dc.publisherUnion of Students, University of Alaska Anchorageen_US
dc.titleNorthern Light, volume 3, number 10en_US

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