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Media Headlines and Highlights in November 2021

Facebook renames company to Meta, is the latest to announce a focus on developing the metaverse

Hitbox Review: House of Ashes - Light at the end of the creepy underground temple

Hitbox Review: Inscryption - More than just a game of cards

UAA Open Mic Night becomes an impromptu discussion on race and heritage during Filipino American History Month

Hitbox Review: Metroid Dread - Return of the Queen

UAA’s Department of Theatre and Dance gets spooky this year with a haunted house

Hitbox Toem - A blurry photo

Anchorage Symphony’s (Re)Opening Night

Hitbox Review: Life is Strange: True Colors - Turns out, Life is still Strange

UAA at the Movies seeks to provide context and companionship at the cinema

Hitbox Review: Lake - Delivering chill vibes

The Hugh McPeck Gallery reopens with The Journey

After being closed for much of 2020 and 2021, the Hugh McPeck Gallery has reopened.

Hitbox Review: Psychonauts 2 - All I can think about

My enjoyment of the original skyrocketed “Psychonauts 2,” the long-awaited sequel, to one of my most anticipated games of this year.

Hitbox Review: Twelve Minutes - Don’t start the clock

The Return of Theatre and Dance to UAA

Media Headlines and Highlights in September 2021

There is a mountain of premiering television this month, more than enough to provide something for everybody.

Hitbox Review: Marvel’s Avengers: War for Wakanda - Wakanda for a few hours

“War for Wakanda,” released on Aug. 16, 2020, is the game’s first expansion.

Movies are back, but the Delta Variant threatens to cause another wave of delays

In 2020, as the COVID-19 pandemic changed the world, the film industry was among the hardest hit.

Hitbox Review: Death’s Door - A door worth opening

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