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dc.description.tableofcontentsPres. Terris Moore Addresses Fairbanks Chamber of Commerce : Traces Increase in Enrollment During His Administration -- Arctic Branch of A. A. A. S. Elects New Officers -- University Well Represented at Alaska Science Conference : Fourth Meeting Held in Juneau, Attended by 200 Scientists -- Newest Regent is Mrs. Loftus -- Summer Travel and Research Occupies Geophysics Staff -- Mining Short Course Opens : 130 Enroll -- Building Program Gets Needed Funds -- Dean Beistline Gives Dates of Mining Courses -- Board of Regents Convene for Fall Meeting, Oct. 28-31 -- Additions are Made to Museum Collection -- Visitors from Alaska Dept. of Education -- Metzgers in Arizona -- Pioneer Album of Nome is Gift -- Dean of Agriculture Reports on Progress at Experimental Farm -- Research on Marine Borers is Project of U. -- An Appeal for Teachers -- Ancient Village Site Discovered Near Hudson Bay -- Mining Students Visit Coal Mines -- 10 New to University Faculty : Dr.s Byrns and McCall Return -- University Film Group Begins Second Season -- Three Students to Spend Summer in Europe -- U. of A. Alumni News -- Coach Richard Strait Previews University's Athletic Program -- Lathrop Co. Makes Gift of Pipe Organ -- University Conducts Research on 13 Civil Engineering and Mining Problems in Alaska -- Wildlife News -- Game Checking Stations Count Hunters' "Take" -- Polar Star goes to Press : Baumeister is Editor -- Geist Finds Ancient Cave -- Weddings -- History Dept. Makes Changes -- A. S. U. A. President -- Notes from the School of Mines -- One Year Old : Brooks Memorial Mines Building -- Wildlife Radio Program Starts Fourth Season -- Hess Hall Elects -- Wildlife Club Holds Annual Muk-tuk Feed -- Prof. Matthews Attends Geology Meet in States -- Nerland Hall is Completed : Houses 102 Men -- A. I. M. E. Women Present Pictures of Miners -- Summer Brings Visitors to Campus for Study, Research -- McCall Teaches New Course on Ice, Permafrost -- Teaches Weaving Short Course -- New Anthropology Bulletin Due Soon -- Dick Jackson Visits -- Seifkers in Anchorage -- Raymond Smith on Staff of Franklin Institute -- Beistline Attends Mining Conventionen_US
dc.publisherThe University of Alaskaen_US
dc.titleFarthest-North Collegian, Vol. 32, No. 01 (October 1953)en_US

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