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2014 Thanksgiving Adjusted Building Hours

Landing of the Pilgrims - 350th Anniversary U.S. postage stamp issued November 21, 1970.

Thanksgiving is coming up on Thursday, November 27th! Campus offices will be closed, no classes are scheduled, and building hours will be … Read On

Join Liberal Studies to discuss the 26th Amendment on Constitution Day

Constitution Day is celebrated on September 17 in commemoration of September 17, 1784, when delegates to the Constitutional Convention met … Read On

2014 Labor Day Adjusted Building Hours

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Labor Day is coming up on Monday, September 1st! Campus offices will be closed, no classes are scheduled, and building hours will be … Read On

APU bids farewell to former faculty member Richard Dauenhauer

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Alaska Pacific University joins Alaskans in bidding farewell to Richard Dauenhauer, historian, linguist, writer and educator, who died last … Read On

Coming Together Again

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As we get ready to welcome our new students to Alaska Pacific University and welcome back those who are returning, there’s a palpable … Read On

Into the Jungle

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Written by Dr. Lynn E. Paulson, Ph.D., staff writer and former Liberal Studies Professor at Alaska Pacific University “It could just as … Read On

Alaska Pacific University Expresses Heartfelt Concern for Dial Family

The Alaska Pacific University community wishes to express heartfelt concern and support for the family of our colleague and friend, … Read On

ExxonMobil Alaska adds $10,000 scholarship, cites University’s commitment to seeing women advance in the workforce

ExxonMobil Alaska has chosen Alaska Pacific University as the venue for its Woman’s Empowerment Scholarship awarded to a female student … Read On

APU’s Spring 2014 Writer-in-Residence Announced

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Anchorage author, Martha Amore, has been chosen as APU’s Spring 2014 Writer-in-Residence. Established in 2012, this honor goes annually to … Read On

APU in Print: Farm School children savor locally grown foods

APU staffers Chris Pavadore and Megan Rock teach schoolchildren the joys of making - and eating - locally grown foods. Pavadore, dining … Read On