Alaska Pacific University (APU) student John Yakanak was one of eight students, nation-wide, chosen this year to receive the highly … Read On
Alaska Pacific University Congratulates John Yakanak, Recipient of the Association on American Indian Affairs Adolph Van Pelt Scholarship.
By Lynn E. Paulson After closing as Alaska Methodist University in 1976, our school reopened it’s doors as Alaska Pacific University … Read On
What would you do if someone you loved calmly told you that they were going to end their life in the next few hours? This is the central … Read On
Alaska Pacific University’s Paul Twardock Joins Host of KSKA’s “Outdoor Explorer” to Discuss Winter Adventure in Alaska’s Public Use Cabins.
Winter in Alaska is a magical place. Students, staff, and faculty thrive under the Northern Lights with a variety of strategies. They hunker … Read On
Global Chorus: 365 Voices on the Future of the Planet is an illustrated collection of 365 daily meditations soon to be released by Rocky … Read On
Alaska Pacific University student, Anne Benolkin, was recently announced as the 2014 recipient of the Zale Perry Scholarship. Administered … Read On
Written by Lynn E. Paulson, APU staff writer I could hear the high-pitched, happy ruckus before I even entered the East … Read On
This Friday, eighteen mid-career Native business professionals will shift gears to become students again as they attend a two-day class in … Read On
Written by Lynn E. Paulson, APU staff writer The Fall session is underway and it’s been a few weeks already since the return of our … Read On