Independent Student Newspaper of UW Oshkosh Campuses

The Advance-Titan

Independent Student Newspaper of UW Oshkosh Campuses

The Advance-Titan

Independent Student Newspaper of UW Oshkosh Campuses

The Advance-Titan

Take Back the Night Photo Essay

Katie Hanson October 6, 2016

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Policing the crawl

Alex Nemec October 6, 2016

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UWO last among UW schools in employee diversity

Ti Windisch October 6, 2016

UW Oshkosh had the lowest percentage of minority employees among UW System schools last year, according to the UW System Accountability Dashboard. “The employees–we have a problem,” UWO Chancellor...

Students limited during Pub Crawl

Alex Nemec October 6, 2016

In an attempt to reduce the amount of participants in the semi-annual Pub Crawl event on Oct. 8, UW Oshkosh is closing parking lots to those without permits and turning away all dorm visitors. Sophomore...

Farmers bring local flavor to UWO

Laura Dickinson October 6, 2016

UW Oshkosh and Sodexo food services featured fresh, local products at the third annual farmer’s market in Reeve Memorial Union on Oct. 5. According to Kyle Milligan, Sodexo’s unit marketing...

UWO Study Abroad Fair shows students the world

Hailey Lawrence October 6, 2016

"The Office of International Education will showcase the numerous study abroad possibilities during the study abroad fair on Wednesday Oct. 5 at the Alumni Welcome and Conference Center. According...

Underground extends hours for alcohol

Cari Fehler October 6, 2016

With a new school year comes many changes and, for the Titan Underground, one of this year’s changes was adding new alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages to their selling list, as well as extending...

No fear

Nicole Horner October 6, 2016

Hundreds of people marched at the Fox Valley’s Take Back the Night event to raise awareness, support survivors and remember those lost to domestic and sexual violence. UW Oshkosh hosted...


Nicole Horner October 5, 2016

The Reserve Officer Training Corps have helped Army-oriented students at Oshkosh since 1968. The UW Oshkosh ROTC program differs from the programs at other schools because it focuses on the Army. “Every...

Cross country twins keep pace at Oshkosh

Michael Johrendt October 5, 2016

"A year ago, Breanna and Amanda Van Den Plas were running at Kewaunee High School, which was made up of roughly 400 students, and they are now on the cross country team at UW Oshkosh. Ever since Amanda...

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