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Arts and culture reporting on news and community topics. Arts and culture coverage is occasionally submitted by community members.

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In the early morning hours of October 20th, during the 6th hour of the KUCB annual 24 hour pledge drive, two volunteers did a little research and decided to raise our goal higher than the $23,000 that staff was aiming for.

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The UCS Raiders volleyball team played the visiting Cordova Wolverines on Friday evening starting at 6pm. The energy was high amongst fans and players alike as the girls swept all three games.

Coach Amber Hanson was pleased with their performance.

“I am so proud of how the Raiders played this weekend! They were calm, composed and worked as a cohesive unit,” Hanson said. 

The UCS Raiders volleyball team played the visiting Cordova Wolverines on Friday evening starting at 6pm. The energy was high amongst fans and players alike as the girls swept all three games.

Coach Amber Hanson was pleased with their performance.

“I am so proud of how the Raiders played this weekend! They were calm, composed and worked as a cohesive unit,” Hanson said. 

Zydneigh Earnshaw

Two slam poets arrived here in Unalaska last Monday to work with Unalaska high school English students.

Students from Ms. Rudio’s class made the march down to Mrs. Purevsuren’s classroom to form an amoeba of young writers, all of the same grade level. For the first activity of the day, the students got up from their round tables, mingled about the room and formed a circle where they formed pairs and had to introduce their partner using only facts. Then, the other partner reciprocated but this time, introducing with only lies. This led to some pretty wild first impressions.

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