Hitbox Review: Hyper Light Drifter

Hyper Light Drifter is a single-player video that was released on March 31, 2016 for PC, Mac and Linux. It has since been released...

Exciting new video games announced at E3 2019

This year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo, or E3, took place from June 11-13. Before the show floor opens to the public, big-name game companies such...

UAA eSports Club’s competitive spirit

“I tuned in for one stream and I was hooked,” president of the eSports Club Christian Mercale said. UAA’s eSports Club was founded in the...

Game review: ‘Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons’ is an emotional...

“Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons,” a single-player video game, was released on August 7, 2013. It was developed by Starbreeze Studios and published...

An immersive fairy tale experience in the Hugh McPeck Gallery

“Enchanting Artistry: Virtues and Vices” is the latest exhibit to be displayed in the Hugh McPeck Gallery. The entire exhibition of sculptures and paintings...

A gaming center for everyone

Warehouse 49, a gaming center in Anchorage, provides those who are looking for a location to game with friends a convenient place to gather...

Paintings, photos and prints all included in the BFA thesis exhibits

Six senior bachelor of fine arts students will be displaying their work in an exhibit dedicated to fine arts seniors as their thesis projects. Ed...

‘Frozen’ looks at what it means to forgive and unfreeze

The final play for the spring semester put on by the Department of Theatre and Dance is “Frozen.” This certainly is not a take...

Take a brain break

With only three weekends left before the semester is over, plan a day to get out for a few hours to relax from the...
Alexandra McCall, Chase Knutson and Ben Hagensieker play characters Emma, Robert and Jerry in “Betrayal.”

Thesis project betrays the norm

A theatre student’s thesis project is a little bit different than the average thesis assignment. Paitton Reid is graduating in just a few weeks. One...

UAA’s Multicultural Fair: Celebration for everyone

UAA’s first Multicultural Fair took place in the Student Union on March 21. The event offered a chance for students to experience different nationalities...

‘Infinite possibility’: ARC Gallery displays nests in various forms

The subject of “nests” can mean many things. It can symbolize a home, a place of growth and even femininity. The ARC Gallery is...
UAA Dance Club members at the PSB dance studio. Photos courtesy of UAA Dance Club.

UAA Dance Club adapts to physical abilities

Most students hear about Dance Club through UAA’s dance program, which allows them to continue to dance outside of classes and performances. However, the...

Put some chocolate into your spring

Who doesn’t love a big, chocolate bunny for Easter? Just in time for the holiday, give a sweet treat to family or friends (or...
“They Speak to Me II” hung in the Kimura Gallery, second floor of the Fine Arts Building. Photo credit: Riva Symko.

Exhibiting storytelling

The Kimura Gallery is hosting a new exhibit entitled “Mishaps, Miscalculations, Oracles and Aeons” that’s vivid, colorful and a whole lot of unique. The art...

UAA | University Art Analysis – Unidentified: Mysterious art at UAA

There is an unidentifiable statue outside of the university bookstore that often goes unnoticed. The statue depicts a little girl sitting on a rock...

UAA | University Art Analysis – When statues become scenery

When art becomes a fixture, does time erode meaning? In 1999, Bright Bimpong was commissioned to make two statues for Rasmuson Hall. These curious statues...

Ancient Greek comedy, ‘Lysistrata,’ opens this weekend

It’s 411 BCE. The Peloponnesian War is ongoing. A woman named Lysistrata takes it upon herself to help stop the war by persuading other...

New, fictional Alaska TV show in the making

A small town in Southeast Alaska is home to approximately 8,700  people. That town is Sitka. It’s the same place that the rom-com “The...

Winterfest 2019 is coming: Competitions, painting, films and more

February and March are packed with plenty of things to do in the Anchorage area: Fur Rendezvous, the Iditarod, remembering what the sun looks...

Creativity celebrated in Youth Art Month

Approximately 800 Anchorage School District students will have their art displayed around Anchorage for Youth Art Month. Youth Art Month is a national program under...

The perfect date for a date: Valentine’s weekend calendar

Valentine’s day is Thursday, Feb. 14. If you’re looking for date ideas for you and your new bae, longtime sweetheart or maybe just some...

Photos, art wanted for Parking Services’ contests

It’s a while from now, but soon enough, it’ll be August and the fall semester will begin. And after registering for classes, there’s another...

Ceramics take over the Hugh McPeck

The Clay Body Ceramic Invitational exhibit in the Student Union’s gallery is full of unique, ceramic artwork created by the Clay Body Club and...

Learn money, earn money

The $avvy $eawolf $eries is back on UAA grounds for its 11th semester of making students more financially literate. The series consists of workshops...

Glee Club is welcoming new voices

The Glee Club at UAA is in its ninth year as an a cappella singing community. The Glee Club has been around since 2010; it...

Picking Up the Pieces: UAA ceramic artist Viola Armistead reflects on...

When Southcentral Alaska was struck by a 7.0-magnitude earthquake, Viola Armitstead had two concerns in mind; the immediate safety of her family… and the...

A month’s worth of holiday cheer

It’s the most wonderful time of the year and a wonderful chance to participate in local events. Luckily, Anchorage has got you covered for...

The classic tale of the Nutcracker gets a twist

The Nutcracker is a family-friendly, holiday classic. But how many times can the tale be told before it becomes lackadaisical? Pulse Dance Company is...

Last First Friday of the year

It's the last opportunity in 2018 to check out First Friday with a wintry walk downtown. There's plenty to see and do, along with...