Monthly Archives: November 2010

Adams celebrated his 14th birthday during the nine-day trek from the rainforest at Kilimanjaro’s base to the stranded glaciers at its summit.  “We tried playing Frisbee at 17,000 feet and we got really tired really fast.”

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The University of Alaska Fairbanks will host a panel discussion, “Pebble Mine: How Researchers Tackle Tough Questions,” Wednesday, Dec. 1 at 7 p.m. in the Wood Center Ballroom on the UAF campus.

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The University of Alaska Fairbanks Cooperative Extension Service invites the Anchorage community to tour its new district office during a Nov. 29 open house. The open house will run from 3:30-7 p.m. at 16th Avenue and C Street.

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Classes at the University of Alaska Fairbanks main campus and at all UAF Community and Technical College locations are canceled Wednesday, Nov. 24 due to hazardous weather conditions. The university will be open for business, however staffing at university offices may be limited.

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“They’re perfect little hexagons that fall with their large, flat faces aligned with the ground.” Those tiny wafers of ice waft downward, reflecting sunlight from their flat sides and create columns of light that extend from the sun to the ground.

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