A one-university model shoved down our throats': UAA students weigh in

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More than 30 people including community members and University of Alaska Anchorage students, faculty, staff and alumni shared their concerns with the University of Alaska Board of Regents on Thursday morning. Another 10 joined via teleconference.

"I physically feel fearful about the future of our institution and the future of the mission that we serve," UAA student Alex Jorgensen said.

Students feel they haven't had an adequate voice when it comes to what happens to their universities and the university system as a whole moving forward.

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