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KPC campus activities in full swing

...through Thursday and 8 a.m. ? 5 p.m. on Fridays. Anthropology professor provides Dena'ina presentation Dr. Alan Boraas recently gave a presentation based on his article, "What is Good, What is No Good": The Traditional Dena'ina...
KPC Around Campus: Spring semester off and running the spring semester convocation on Jan. 6. Kenai River campus anthropology professor recognized for service Dr. Alan Boraas began teaching Adult Basic Education courses part time at the college in the late 1960s when it was still known as Kenai...
Breaking the silence: Sharing the journey of growing up Dena'ina

...coherent historical data left Leggett feeling dismissed, he said. It, and other experiences with local anthropologist Alan Boraas, and a job with the Alaska Native Heritage Center, were the catalysts that prompted Leggett to find work that would...

...with lapis accents, adorned by a purple-tipped ivory African rose boutonniere. Nelson Gingerich was the best man. Alan Boraas was the groomsman. The bride's brother, Michael Gaines, was the usher and master of ceremonies during the reception...
Pulling the past into the present

...Helly Hanson jackets and "Alaska Grown" hoodies. The collision between heritage and modern technique is one that Alan Boraas, professor of anthropology and Dena'ina scholar at Kenai Peninsula College, said is unique to indigenous culture...
Web helping tribe to save language

For Alan Boraas, an anthropology professor at Kenai Peninsula College, helping to revitalize a language that's nearly dead is not just an interesting...
Support makes course go smoothly

...for donating their time to help coach beginning and intermediate skiers in the recent Tsalteshi Trails Skills Series: Alan Boraas, Jim Bennett, Penny McClain, Dave Feeken, Jodi Knutson, Gigi Banas, Laura Pillifant, Bill Holt, Char Harvey...
Around the Peninsula

...from 10 a.m. to noon at the Kenai River Center on Funny River Road, in Soldotna. After a brief business meeting, Alan Boraas, a Kenai Peninsula College anthropology professor, will give a talk titled "The Russian Coal Mine at Port Graham...
Working together makes good things happen

...a field trip. Palm, who teaches at Aurora Borealis Charter School in Kenai, called his old anthropology professor Alan Boraas, which eventually led to a call to the tribe itself. From there, scientists started their investigation. Last month...
Skiers hopes dashed by weather

...National Wildlife Refuge. "High school teams are managing to practice every day, so there is skiing available," said Alan Boraas, a member of the Tsalteshi Trails Association. "Just stay loose and be flexible." One area where skiing is available...


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