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Things happening at UCSD.

FOCUS: Sprinting Home

Dec 10, 2015

  Sprinting Home is a sports story about the Unalaska cross country team, which recently participated in the regional cross country race at Kelty Field in Unalaska, where the team had a very strong showing. With four top ten finishers on the boys’ side, and two on the girls’ side, both teams won regions and were rewarded with the chance to run at state.

UCSD Student of the Week: Alyssa Mina

Dec 9, 2015

  The High School Department Selected Alyssa as Student of the Week (Nov. 30—Dec. 4, 2015)  for the following reasons:

FOCUS: Vanessa's Interests in Minecraft

Dec 3, 2015

  “Vanessa’s Interests in Minecraft” is a story about a nine year old girl who stumbles into a very popular game in which she could create anything that pops up in her head. Through a series of questions, I found out what makes Minecraft so interesting and why she has much passion for the game. Minecraft is for gamers who would want to dedicate their time to build their own world. 

Focus is a short radio module of audio interviews and stories by UCS students. This plays on KUCB 89.7 FM on Thursdays at 11 am and 4 pm and Saturdays at 5 pm.

Unalaska 6th Graders Prepare for College

Dec 3, 2015

When Amber Wood isn't on the court coaching, she can be found in the 6th grade classroom helping coach the Unalaska 6th graders on some tactics to help them start preparing for college. She and school counselor Teri Morris lead a program called Kids 2 College, which is promoted by the Alaska Commission for Post-Secondary Education, and brings early college awareness and college-going culture to sixth grade students. This is the second year the Unalaska City School District has participated in the program. 

FOCUS: Mark Joshua Mina in Japan

Nov 26, 2015

  “Mark Joshua Mina in Japan” is about Allysa's brother who first dreamed of being a pilot during his younger years, and accomplished it when he finally arrived in Japan on July 31st, 2015 for his 2 years of work contract in Yokota Air Base. As the days passed, he witnessed differences among Unalaska, Philippines, and Hawaii. He also experienced the way Japan’s culture worked, like for example, their festivals, and courtesies and customs. Overall, what made him push this dream is his dream for his family.