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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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 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...

Get off the couch!

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...

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...

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...

Fair Verona comes to UAA in “Romeo and Juliet”

The classic love story of “Romeo and Juliet” is coming to the University of Alaska Anchorage through the Department of Theatre and Dance. The...

Sinfonia: A small ensemble enjoyed by a large audience

Lovers of classical music can enjoy a symphony of sound with Sinfonia. The UAA string ensemble will perform at UAA’s Recital Hall on Oct....

Homecoming calendar: Engage in activities to earn spirit points and win...

The 2019 Homecoming Committee is hosting a variety of events for students to participate in leading up to the Homecoming Dance on Oct. 11....

“No Big Heads”: Self-portraits can be more than faces

Students will showcase their artistic creativity at the annual “No Big Heads” self-portrait contest held at the Hugh McPeck Gallery. This is the 34th...

Saving the environment, one pop-up book at a time

“Our Plastic Ocean, Our Clean Ocean” is an illustrated, pop-up book for elementary-aged children which aims to raise awareness of ocean pollution. The pop-up...

Hitbox First Impressions – Call of Duty: Modern Warfare multiplayer

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare continues the return to boots-on-the-ground gameplay from Call of Duty: WWII. Modern Warfare’s gameplay is slower-paced compared to its...

Music and art majors share more than just a building

Although art and music students share the Fine Arts Building at UAA, they do not often interact, according to art major Claire Kudyba. “Even though...

Lucy’s provides fine dining at affordable prices

Many students studying in UAA’s Cuddy Hall don’t realize that instead of going to the nearest vending machine or cafeteria, they can use their...

UAA jazz ensemble swings into a new semester

UAA has been home to a jazz ensemble for over 25 years, and has seen multiple changes in leadership over that course of time. The...

The ‘Made of Stone’ installation exhibits climate change

Climate change is a hot debate topic among scientists, politicians and students alike. The UAA/APU Consortium Library currently features a two-part, mixed-media, climate crisis...

‘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,...

Hitbox Review: Limbo

Limbo should be renamed to Limbo: Prepare to Die edition. It’s not a matter of if players die, it’s how many times. Experimenting to...

Campus Food Review: Taqueria is more convenient than Taco Bell, I...

Taqueria is the newest build-a-taco restaurant in the Student Union. It replaced the Union Burger in the fall of 2019, which replaced a Mexican...

Hitbox Review: Smile for Me

Some games sound completely incomprehensible when explained with no context. Smile for Me is the epitome of these types of games. The player might...

UAA Glee Club’s rhythm remains steady with the help of new...

On a sunny Alaskan Wednesday night, about 20 students of varying ages and experience levels stood in a semicircle in the choir rehearsal room...

Hitbox Review: Singularity

Singularity is an alternate history, first-person shooter game with a time travel twist. It was developed by Raven Software before they became known as...

An interview with the artist from ‘The History of Nothing’

There was a relief print exhibit at the Hugh McPeck Gallery from Aug. 5-28 titled “The History of Nothing.” The artist, Levi Werner, is...

The Esports Lounge isn’t just for professional gamers

“Esports” refers to playing video games professionally. The finals for tournaments that attract talent from all over the world are played on the stages...

Your friendly neighborhood Sony-Man: Sony and Disney at an impasse over...

“He’s not defined by his power, he’s defined by power and responsibility… he’s defined by balancing his life between being a high school...