An Interview with Chancellor Caulfield

BY LEXI CHERRY For the UAS Whalesong The UAS Whalesong’s Lexi Cherry had the opportunity to sit down with newly-minted Chancellor Rick Caulfield. Lexi Cherry: Tell us your story. Who are you? Where did you come from? Rick Caulfield: I came to Juneau in 1975 on the ferry Columbia, and I ended up moving up…

Can Susan B. Anthony Save our School?

I like UAS, but I dislike the sense of disconnect it has with the community and even the town of Juneau as a whole. As students, we not only pay a lot of money to come here and stay here (what with groceries, gas money, bus passes, entertainment like movies and plays, etc.), but we also contribute to the economy by working jobs during both the school year and the summertime, when Juneau companies need bodies to keep the tourist industry alive. With that being said, I really don’t think it’s too much to ask that students receive discounts at local restaurants, bookstores, and especially the grocery store.