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Kake Emergency Hunting.pdf
An article from Alaska Public Media on requests from various Alaskan communities, tribal organizations, and individuals to the Federal Office of Subsistence Management that they be allowed to hunt this spring to make up food shortages caused by the…

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Teachers from Sayeik: Gastineau Elementary School have left posters on their classroom windows with big, colorful pictures and messages of love for their students to see from the road. Students and families have responded by creating their own…

Ketchikan High School At Home Learning.pdf
A document created by the Ketchikan, AK Gateway Borough School District offering resources for high school students to continue learning amidst school closures. Many of the activities rely on online resources, but they also emphasize outdoor…

Ketchikan Grade 6 At Home Activities Leaning.pdf
A document created by the Ketchikan, AK Gateway Borough School District offering resources for 6th grade students to continue learning amidst school closures. Many of the activities appear to emphasize resources that do not rely on the Internet, and…

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A column from the Juneau Empire, Juneau, AK, entitled “Dad’s recipe for Mother’s Day breakfast: pandemic edition” offers a humorous portrayal of family dynamics during the Covid-19 shutdown.

Homer Public Library Radio Storytime Schedule.pdf
A schedule for a weekly library story time from the Homer Public Library, Homer, AK, delivered over the radio in lieu of in-person story time. The program is broadcast on KBBI, Homer’s public radio station, in a weekly one-hour program of stories,…

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A June 2 article from the Juneau Empire entitles “Regents considering several options for university system restructuring.” This article describes the financial straits of the University of Alaska system, greatly exacerbated by Covid-19 and its…

Yuki Interview-53.m4v
This is an interview with Yuki Nagaoka who lived with her family in Fairbanks, Alaska for the entire term.
(She/Her/Hers/class of 2022/Political Science/International Relations/Fairbanks, Alaska/Fairbanks, Alaska)  

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First photo: Socially distanced Thai food car circle party with some friends.
Second photo: The midnight sun(set) at 3am.
Third photo: Staying at a friend's dry cabin out in the middle of nowhere Alaska.
(She/Her/Hers/class of 2022/Political…
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