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Independent Student Newspaper of UW Oshkosh Campuses

The Advance-Titan

Independent Student Newspaper of UW Oshkosh Campuses

The Advance-Titan

UWO professors publish research

Nikki Brahm, News Writer March 1, 2018

UW Oshkosh biochemistry professor James Paulson and organic chemistry professor Linfeng Xie are co-authors of a paper describing new research about chromosomes, which was published in the journal Science...

Gymnasts close season with loss

Shelby Howe, Sports Writer March 1, 2018

The UW Oshkosh gymnastics team ended its regular season with a close loss against UW-Eau Claire with scores of 185.95 to 184.675. Despite the loss, this marked the fifth-consecutive meet in which the Titans...

UWO blood drive draws more donors

Neal Hogden and Michael Johrendt March 1, 2018

In accordance with the UW Oshkosh Athletics Department, the Community Blood Center brought its mobile blood drive unit to UW Oshkosh Saturday. Students, faculty and Oshkosh community members helped donate...

Softball starts off year in Michigan

Alfred Johnson, Sports Writer March 1, 2018

The UW Oshkosh women’s softball team traveled to Marquette, Mich. to play four games to kicked off the new season. The team came into the season ranked 23rd in the NCAA Division-III and had its entire...

Bateman team fights childhood cancer

Lauren Freund, Campus Connections Writer March 1, 2018

Students on the UW Oshkosh Bateman team have launched their campaign, “Ignite Action With Purpose” and are looking to raise awareness of childhood cancer and research. The Bateman Case Study is...

Ice carving, broom ball, Penny Wars, oh my!

Ryan Taylor, News Writer March 1, 2018

Reeve Union Board’s annual Winter Carnival began on Friday, Feb. 23 and included winter festivities such as ice sculpting, broomball, banner decorating, Penny Wars and trivia. The festivities will...

Titans up for dancin’

Neal Hogden, Assistant Sports Editor March 1, 2018

The UW Oshkosh men’s basketball team battled a hostile crowd but was eventually shut down against the UW-Stevens Point Pointers on Friday in the semifinal round of the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic...

The Bar: The bar is pretty far from campus, so sadly you won’t be able to stumble home on foot after a dozen wings and even more beers. However, you can’t argue with solid quality wings and drink deals. The only downside is that, despite having over 20 unique sauces to choose from, they dont toss their bone-in wings in the sauce for you, you’ll have to dip them yourself. This becomes a problem when balancing sauce to wing ratio, but they’re crispy and only 50 cents a piece from Sunday to Tuesday, so if you have a DD, give them a try. Molly Mcguire’s Yes, Mollys serves wings, not just liquid. Well, on Mondays, they probably serve an equal amount of both. Along with some monster sized chicken wings and drumsticks for only 25 cents, they also offer 25 cent tap beer, usually served via trays of 20. So don’t worry, you definitely won’t get thirsty when you’re mowing down some rotisserie sized wings. Luckily, Molly’s is located right next to campus, so you won’t need to go far to spice up your Monday’s! The Varsity Club For those who don’t like to sit still, Varsity is the place for wings. You can’t go wrong with a huge pool hall along with 25 cent wings on Tuesdays along with dollar burgers on Mondays. There is a one drink minimum if you want the wing deal, but hey, most plan on having many more than one drink, so it works out. The wings aren’t anything special, smallish size with 5 sauces to choose from, but the entertainment makes it a good spot for a group to grab some food and drinks early in the week. Ruby Owl Tap Room Ruby Owl bucks the trend of wings and brews by offering whiskey and wing wednesdays, 25 cent wings along with discounted whiskey flights from 3:00 p.m. to close. The wings aren’t groundbreaking, pretty average size and taste, but the whiskey flights make for good nights. The atmosphere is going to be a little higher class though, so maybe consider moving on to another pub later in the evening if you feel the need to drink more whiskey and eat less chicken wings.

Just wingin’ it

Collin Goeman, Campus Connections Editor March 1, 2018

Democratic process needs student voters

Ethan Uslabar, Opinion Writer March 1, 2018

Ballots Collected: 23. That’s what the screen of the polling machine said when I cast my vote in the Wisconsin Supreme Court primary late in the afternoon last Tuesday. Really? Only 23 ballots...

Students must end judgement of other majors

Jesse Swezda, Opinion Writer March 1, 2018

Being asked what is your major is quite common on college campuses and is often used as an ice-breaker in conversations between students. However, if you’re like me, this question fills you with dread...

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