Mountain runner and Olympic skier Scott Patterson, a mechanical engineer at Coffman Engineers, earned his Professional Engineer license.
The board of Special Olympics Alaska chose the interim chief executive, Sarah Arts, as the organization’s new CEO and President.
Four years after losing Wells Fargo as a name sponsor, UAA is putting a new name on the Seawolf Sports Complex, thanks to a million-dollar deal with Avis Alaska.
Video gamers across Alaska are preparing for the largest esports tournament ever held in the state, scheduled for three weekends January 28 and February 4 and 11.
Staff of the Seattle Kraken NHL franchise are taking part in a youth hockey academy as part of a partnership with Bristol Bay Native Corporation.
The University of Alaska Fairbanks entered the world of intercollegiate esports competition this semester, fielding four teams that compete in video games (or, as they prefer to call them, electronic sports) across the country.