‘The Giver’ is a classic read

Originally a phenomena when published in 1993, The Giver (the first of a loosely bound trilogy) has continued to enthrall subsequent generations. Written by...

UAA | University Art Analysis — A steel sculpture helps students...

For over 30 years, “Steel Sculptures” from the American Institute of Steel Construction, or AISC, have been erected on over 180 colleges and universities...

Hitbox Review: Undertale — Puns can’t remedy shallow characterization

Undertale begins with the player character falling down a hole to the underground, the home of the monsters. The player must find a way...

National juried art competition ‘No Big Heads’ to open for 33rd...

“No Big Heads,” the Hugh McPeck gallery’s annual national self-portrait juried exhibition, is returning for its 33rd year on Oct. 18. The exhibition welcomes...

Seawolf hockey team home games return to campus in the newly-renamed...

After the expiration of a 16-year naming agreement between the University of Alaska Anchorage and Wells Fargo, the Wells Fargo Sports Complex has been...

Science museum showcases findings of dinosaurs and sea monsters

The Alaska Museum of Science and Nature is located on 201 N. Bragaw St. The museum is open Thursday to Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m

Yellowcard Q&A with violinist Sean Mackin

Yellowcard a pop punk/alternative band that’s been around for 17 years and began playing together purely for the opportunity to play the Vans Warped...

UAA Jazz Ensemble to spread love of jazz with benefit concert

The first Jazz Benefit Concert of the year will be in swing on Oct. 24. A variety of talents from UAA students, faculty, alumni...

The last First Friday of summer

There's a lot to do while the sun's still out this First Friday in downtown Anchorage with events starting as early as 4 p.m. The...

‘A Million Dreams Is All It’s Gonna Take’: Brian Adams’ exhibit...

Among the ceramic sculptures on display in UAA’s Hugh McPeck Gallery is a depiction of an astronaut playing the guitar. Inspired by Chris Hadfield,...

God save us from ‘Rise of the Legend’

The martial arts genre is built on Wong Fei-hung's life. Born in 1847, the Chinese folk hero ran a martial arts school and medical...

“The Original Butt Sketch”

For UAA students who have been to Campus Kickoff in the past, they know the Butt Sketcher. Lines lengthen across Cuddy Quad to get...

Kim Petras delivers everything you love about halloween in “Turn off...

Kim Petras is back at it again, delivering an eight track mixtape: “Turn off The Light Vol. 1.” It’s just in time for October’s...

All Things Debauchery: “Bloodello” returns to Koot’s

At the end of the month, the worlds of haunt and burlesque will collide once again for the return of “Bloodello,” a burlesque show...

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...

Local Artist Spotlight: Brian Schuch

Originating from a background in wilderness survival, Brian Schuch’s knife making follows traditional practices to produce unique, authentic and practical works of art. In under...

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...

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...

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...

Campus Art Walk

Have you ever wondered what that sculpture outside Rasmuson Hall means or why there’s a stone lion in the UAA Geological Rock Garden? You...

“Splice” is twisted, morally disturbing

The writer’s of “Splice” are as visionary in their concept as they are depraved. This movie depicts an internal battle of morals versus the...

Art history whitewashed

The history taught in schools is propagandistic and white-centric. American kids are raised in a racist and post-colonialist education system. Students come out the...

UAA painting professor provokes thought with exhibition in Anchorage Museum

“When I first walked in, the thing that struck me was the level of skill that I saw in the paintings. They are incredibly...

PBS Kids show portrays Alaska Native culture

Princess Daazhraii Johnson, a Gwich’in Athabascan producer who lives in Fairbanks, is the creative producer for the series. She is also an alumna of UAA.

By putting characters first, ‘Ixcanul’ becomes a transcendental experience

Guatemalan drama starts slow, surprises later with its striking characters and deemphasized setting

UAA Esports Lounge thrives in its second semester

Packed with 18 powerful gaming PCs, current generation consoles and a virtual reality headset, the Student Union Esports Lounge began last semester with a...

‘New Kid’ sends important message to children disguised as humorous play

“New Kid,” the next performance on the UAA Theatre and Dance schedule, is a production aimed at Anchorage’s younger audience of elementary-aged students. The...

UAA graduate showcases ‘Intimacy’

In May, Anya Gudimova graduated from UAA with a degree in art with a concentration in painting, and a minor in English with an...

Tune into ‘two hours of pure randomness’ with “The Boys Are...

"The Boys Are Back in Town" is a student-run radio show on KRUA, the university's radio station. The show is performed by three close...

The Bounded Text exhibit to occupy Kimura Gallery, ARC Gallery

The Kimura Gallery and the ARC Gallery's newest exhibit features unique art with a unique theme. Five national and international female artists have worked on...