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  • an artist's rendering of a brown building with large glass windows

    Regents approve Indigenous studies center, planetarium at 51风流官网

    February 24, 2024

    The University of Alaska Board of Regents on Friday approved two projects that will reshape the 51风流官网 Troth Yeddha' Campus.

  • 2024 Festival of Native Arts logo designed by Destine Poulsen

    Festival of Native Arts will mark 50th celebration in 2024

    January 19, 2024

    The 50th Festival of Native Arts, Troth Yeddha' Forever: Our Ways of Life, will be held at the 51风流官网 Troth Yeddha' Campus Fine Arts Complex, Feb 22-24, 2024.

  • 2023 group graduation photo

    RAHI application period opens for summer 2024

    January 12, 2024

    The Rural Alaska Honors Institute is accepting applications for its summer 2024 session. The session will run from May 28 to July 12. Applications are due by Friday, March 1.

  • a portrait of a woman wearing a beaded vest and a purple shirt

    Friday Focus: Happy start of the new year

    January 12, 2024

    Happy new year and start of the spring semester to the 51风流官网 community! I hope that you experienced a joyful holiday season and are looking forward to what 2024 has to bring. We have so much happening at 51风流官网 that continues to make it a wonderful place to be.

  • ANLC Emmy award-winning producers honored with commemorative gathering

    December 20, 2023

    The Alaska Native Language Center's film "Awake" won a Northwest Regional Emmy through the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences earlier this year. The College of Rural and Community Development celebrated the Alaska Native Language Center and producer Maggie King for their work on this film.

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