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Last weekend, the Unalaska Student Government traveled to Wasilla for the Alaska Association of Student Government (AASG) Fall Conference. This event is the largest gathering of student governments in the state, with over 530 delegates in attendance. A variety of student leaders came from Noorvik, Sand Point, East Anchorage, Juneau-Douglas and many more towns and cities. For the conference, the Menard Sports Center, which is an ice rink, was converted into a convention hall. Now we can say yes when people from the lower 48 ask if we have our events in igloos.


KUCB's annual One Day Radio Pledge Drive took place on Friday, Oct. 14, and it was a huge success. This year, our goal was $20,000, and we beat that number by a big margin. At the close of our drive, we raised a total of $26,000 — more money than any fundraiser in KUCB history. 

Raider Swimmers Headed to Regionals

Oct 19, 2016

Five new school records and six swimmers having personal best times in their individual events made the trip to Palmer, Alaska a good one for the Unalaska swim team.  The Raiders traveled with eight swimmers to the Palmer Invitational at the Palmer High School Pool October 13th through 15th.  The Invite is thought to be largest high school swim meet and diving competition in the state with over 300 participants from 17 schools. 

The annual Blueberry Bash was Sunday, September 25th in the UCSD small gym. This year the event was hosted by Jolene Longo and was a fundraiser for the UCSD wrestling team. 

There were dozens of delectable blueberry dishes submitted, both savory and sweet, but a few stood out to the twelve judges as blue-ribbon worthy. After an hour of tasting, the judges made their decisions.

Jams, Jellies and Syrups:

Last Sunday the PCR had its third annual International Friendship Cup at Tutiakoff Field. The International Friendship Cup is an annual soccer game that encourages goodwill between all members of the community. There were games for the younger age groups starting at 11:00 am.