Hitbox Review: Untitled Goose Game — Goose on the loose

Why be a human when you can be a goose? Developer: House House Initial release date: Sept. 20, 2019 Platforms: PC , Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and...

UAA | University Art Analysis — A famous artist from Ohio...

Alaska’s beauty and wildlife remain preserved in the scenes painted by a distinguished Alaska artist, Fred Machetanz. One of Machetanz’s prints, “Golden Years,” hangs in...

Lighten up a winter weekend with the northern lights

Winter is the prime time to view the colorful dancing lights that cover the night sky all over Alaska. The bright, multicolored and fast...

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Not sure what to do this weekend? Here’s a list of events both on campus and around town that are sure to get you...

UAA’s Clay Body Club aims to inspire students with annual art...

The UAA Clay Body Club’s annual Ceramic Invitational offers a free experience for anyone from art connoisseurs to the average Joe. The Hugh McPeck...

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...

Folk festival brings music and dancing to Anchorage

The annual Anchorage Folk Festival will celebrate 31 years of music, dance and workshop events Jan. 15-26. The festival serves to represent community performers...

Hitbox First Impressions: Ring Fit Adventure — It’s not just exercise,...

Ring Fit Adventure is a little difficult to categorize. Is it a game or exercise software? Well, it’s a mix of both, but definitely...

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...

UAA | University Art Analysis — ‘Stellar Mitosis’ sheds light on...

University of Alaska Anchorage students may want to stop by the ConocoPhillips Integrated Science Building, or CPISB, to marvel at a two-story stained glass...

Hitbox’s video games of the year

As we once again find ourselves in December, let’s look back at what video games released this year. As I’ve mentioned before, game awards...

Knockout November and De-stress December events promote UAA community wellness

Looming finals and heavy course loads make the end of the fall semester a stressful time for many students. To help combat the stress,...

UAA | University Art Analysis — Lion calls UAA Geology Rock...

While walking around campus, students may encounter a large Ice Age lion, but don’t be alarmed by the 26,000-pound sculpture.  “American Lion,” a giant limestone...

Get crafty with gift-giving at annual Craft Fair and Fall Pottery...

Two major art events at UAA are coming up just in time for the holidays: the UAA Clay Body Club’s Fall Pottery Sale and...

Metal Mondays Review: Year of the Cobra burning all to ‘Ash...

Metal Mondays Review: Year of the Cobra’s “Ash and Dust” on Prophecy Productions Release Date: Nov. 1, 2019 Sounds Like: Sleep (the band), Baroness, Black Sabbath,...

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On-campus: Dahr Jamail presents The End of Ice: Bearing Witness and Finding Meaning in the Path of Climate Disruption What: A presentation by Dahr Jamail. In...

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...

UAA’s Guitar Studio recital to perform a night of classical guitar...

UAA students and community members are invited to attend a free event to delight their senses with classical guitar music from different eras and...

UAA | University Art Analysis – ‘Inflorescence’ is mirror magic

“Inflorescence,” a mirrored sculpture, has called the front of the ConocoPhillips Integrated Science Building home for the past two years. Heath Satow unveiled the...

Rocketry at UAA Club provides hands-on experiences for members

Rocketry is about designing, building and launching rockets. While model rockets are intended more like toys, the rockets launched by collegiate clubs can be...

Fall 2019 Singles Night provides inclusive cosplay fun

UAA students and the Anchorage community enjoyed a night of gaming and dancing at the Cosplay Dance in the Student Union Den on Nov....

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UAA Glee Club performs a night of choreographed singing and comedic...

UAA’s Glee Club hosted a night of laughter and excitement during their Season 19 Fall Concert on Nov. 1 and 2. The 24-member a...

Blizzard announces World of Warcraft: Shadowlands, Overwatch 2, Diablo IV and...

BlizzCon is an annual convention that celebrates Blizzard Entertainment’s games and community. Blizzard game series include World of Warcraft, Overwatch and Diablo. It’s a...

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Experts show and tell about stars, bears and cells at UAA’s...

The University of Alaska Planetarium and Visualization Theater celebrated its 10-year anniversary in January with free shows, activities and guest presenters. Over the years, nearly...

Hitbox First Impressions: Control — An omnipotent janitor and a sentient...

Control is a third-person shooter game that takes elements from TV shows and implements them into a video game. It uses the mystery of...

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On-campus: “Abstract Answers” What: An art exhibition displaying the work of four contemporary, Canadian women artists in exploring the limits of abstraction, representation and expression as...

Exploring the limits of feminist expression in ‘Abstract Answers’

The latest exhibition in the Kimura Gallery, “Abstract Answers,” displays the work of four Canadian, female artists. The artists explore “the limits of abstraction, representation...

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UAA On-Campus Events: “Made of Stone” What: An art exhibition presented by artists Alanna DeRocchi and Jonathan S. Green, who share an interest in the climate...