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More than 300 students walked across the stage during UAA's first graduation in the Alaska Airlines Center on Sunday. It was the first graduation on campus since 1987, and first fall graduation in almost 30 years. 
 

 

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A slow start to Cyrano's production of "Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day" gives way to a charming yarn about one 6-year-old's worst day ever, even if the brief play is broken up by an untimely intermission.Donna Freedman
Denali Whiting of Kotzebue is using traditional foods like seal, caribou and salmon to hone her body for competition.Jillian Rogers | The Arctic Sounder
For artist Isidra Castro, it's not always easy wearing her passion on her skin.Marc Lester

Alaska's photographers explore the state with their cameras in our best of November gallery for 2014. 

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When Mario Gandolfo walked along the shores of Nome earlier this month, he found a World War II military dog tag. And now with the help of a Michigan TV station, he's found the family of the soldier who wore the tag.Heather Walker and 24 Hour News 8 web staff
After more than two years of traveling, sewing and teaching, Kodiak skin sewers have finally completed a replica of a Alaska Native parka more than a century old. Megan Edge

The Holderness family had a massive viral hit last year with their music video Christmas Jammies. Their latest hit, Kin and Moose, is a parody of Snoop Dogg’s "Gin and Juice."

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Creating a mission-ready dog/handler team doesn't happen by accident. It takes about two years to certify in any of the search disciplines represented by teams of Alaska Search And Rescue Dogs.Lisa Maloney

Hundreds of people dressed up as characters from anime and video games descended on the Egan Center this weekend for Senshi-Con, Alaska's largest anime convention. 

Tara Young

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