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Seawolf Weekly for September 3, 2014


University of Alaska Anchorage
Seawolf Weekly  
September 3, 2014

The Alaska Airlines Center is a new amenity for UAA, for Anchorage and for Alaska

Keith Hackett calls the new Alaska Airlines Center a "communiversity" facility. He believes it will change the way the public looks at the University of Alaska, this campus, and the city of Anchorage.


Gymnasts moving in to the AAC

Coach Paul Stoklos has 16 student-athletes on this year's roster and they're all excited about their new home in the Alaska Airlines Center. Experts are just finishing equipment installation in the new purpose-built gymnastics practice facility this week.


Helping athletes heal

Injured student-athletes have, for years, gone through their rehabilitation in cramped quarters. Now, they get enhanced care at UAA's new sports medicine facility in the Alaska Airlines Center.


More elbow room for hockey and student recreation in WFSC

The great sports team migration to the AAC has opened up new space in the Wells Fargo for Seawolf Hockey to get comfortable at the start of their new season. Increased opportunities for student recreation are on the horizon as well.


Student Spotlight: Dylan Anthony

Dylan Anthony will be among the leaders for the men’s cross-country team this year. He’s one of two seniors on the squad, and a (relatively) local runner on a roster where Kenyans outnumber Alaskans 4-to-3.


New Varsity Sports Grill in the AAC to open Oct. 1

The Alaska Airlines Center is home to the new Varsity Sports Grill, slated to open Oct. 1. NMS Chef Matt Little Dog plans to tempt diners with full lunch and dinner menus featuring sandwiches, pizzas, salads, seafood and pasta entrées.


View UAA Calendars

Alaska Airlines Center Ribbon Cutting
Friday, Sept. 5, 4–7 p.m.

Springhill Suites Volleyball Tournament
Sept. 5–Sept. 6

Faculty Research and Creative Activity Showcase
Sept. 5–8

UAA Spirit Run
Saturday, Sept. 6, 10 a.m.–noon

Taste of Alaska Charity Event
Wednesday, Sept. 10, 5–8 p.m.

Drive-In Movie and Food Truck Rodeo
Friday, Sept. 12, 5 p.m.–Midnight

Alabama Shakes
Saturday, Sept. 13, 7:30–9:30 p.m.

Sunday, Sept. 14, 1–11 p.m.

Click here for more grand opening festivities.


More podcasts...

MacArthur Genius Grant Fellow Melody Swartz on 'Immunoengineering: A New Approach to Cancer Research and Beyond'

Chartwell Lecture: Kevin Patterson, Anchorage Opera

2014 Northern Renaissance Arts & Sciences Reading Series - Rich Chiappone, Nancy Lord and Jo-Ann Mapson - July 20

2014 Northern Renaissance Arts & Sciences Readings: David Stevenson, John P. O'Grady and Anne Caston - July 22



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