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dc.description.tableofcontentsMt. McKinley Conquered by Adventuring U. A. Students : Grueling Trip Took Twenty-Seven Days : Weather Delayed Party Five Days at 18,000 Feet -- McKinley-A Study in Survival -- Architect Arrives at U. of A. to Sketch New Institute -- Cash Service in Cafeteria -- New Faculty Members are Announced -- New Catalog is Available -- Local Airline Terminates Dorm. Lease -- An Alaskan Ghost Town Stages a Comeback -- Changes for Campus R. O. T. C. -- Awards Given for Service -- Observatory Installs New Instruments -- The Right Perspective -- Stuart Seaton Publishes Scientific Monograph -- Valuable Gift for Museum -- Extinct Animal Fossils Obtained on Field Trip -- Mr. Skarland to Harvard -- Donations to Library -- Adventure on a Raft -- Rare Arctic Bird Found -- Old Dawson Paper Given -- Loan Fund is Boosted -- Eskimo Nutrition Study Made in Arctic Villages -- Hobbies for All Children -- 4-H Camp at Harding -- Lorin T. Oldroyd Tours Southeast Alaska 4-H Camps -- Agricultural Extension -- Mosquitoes Torment Mountaineers in their Trek through McKinley Valley -- University Society Notes -- Modernized Log Cabin -- Twenty Below Zero Recorded on McKinley Peak -- Dean of Men Visits Many Stateside Colleges -- Julie Harris on U. A. Staff -- Game Laws -- 4-H Talents -- Coed Reviews 'Alaska Now' -- Back from Mt. McKinley -- V. A. Curtails Hobby Study -- Students Report on Yukon Expedition -- New V. A. Regulation -- Mines Dept. Receives Gift -- Miss Bunnell Earns M. A. -- Bear Troubleen_US
dc.publisherThe University of Alaskaen_US
dc.titleFarthest-North Collegian, Vol. 27, No. 10 (August 1948)en_US

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