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

Keys to surviving pub crawl Know your limits It’s easy to get caught up in the excitement. The air is crisp, the sun is shining and the beer is flowing. You’re dancing, people are shouting, your shirt is off and your mom calls. Reality comes crashing down. You haven’t looked at the clock in hours. The sun is lower now than it was last time you checked. The 30-pack of beer you bought is empty and what’s that? It’s coming, it rises from down low and percolates up, up through the stomach, through the chest, out the throat, onto the ground and you realize you have puked. Don’t be that person, know your limits. Have a buddy People are malicious. It’s sad to say, but they are. Keep a buddy close. You never know when, why or what will happen. Best of all, it’s nice to have a buddy to share the good times with. Dress appropriately The weather for this year’s Crawl looks perfect, 50 degrees and sunny. That doesn’t mean it won’t get cold later on. With your fully charged phone, you’re going to want to take those selfies we were talking about earlier: And what looks worse in a picture than somebody else’s sweatshirt? Nothing. Make sure you have all your appropriate clothing: boots, hoodies, pants and for the audacious, a beanie. Have fun Pub Crawl only comes around twice a year. You work hard; you deserve this. Meet new people, challenge yourself on the dance floor, go for the quan, hit that na na, be you. Keep yourself and your best interests in mind. Remember these important steps and we’ll all have fun.

Keys to surviving Pub Crawl

Jack Tierney, Campus Connections Editor October 11, 2018

Assault offenders await hearing

Calvin Skalet, Editor in Chief October 11, 2018

A preliminary hearing has been set for Nov. 12 for two Green Bay men accused of assaulting four UW Oshkosh students on Sept. 8. The two men are alleged to have been involved in three separate...

Sage hall displays solar lights.

Solar tour displays UWO’s commitment to sustainability

Joseph Schulz, News Writer October 10, 2018

UW Oshkosh invited visitors to tour Sage Hall on Saturday when visitors could tour the solar panels and talk to professors about renewable energy technologies. The event ran from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.;...

Sketch of classroom

Unredacted document poses legal questions

Christina Basken, News Editor October 10, 2018

A former UW Oshkosh student who was news editor of the Advance-Titan may be forced to destroy an investigative report into a former UWO business professor Willis Hagen’s behavior after the UW Oshkosh...

Ex-art prof faces sex claims 5 years late

Christina Basken, News Editor October 10, 2018

A former UW Oshkosh art student is demanding a trial and a finding of unlawful sex discrimination and sexual harassment against a former UW Oshkosh assistant professor of art. According to a criminal...

Sophomore Addie Schmitz tries to scoot around a couple of UW-Stout defenders in UWO’s 2-1 victory over the Blue Devils at Titan Stadium on Saturday.

Soccer beats UW-Stout, stumbles vs Duhawks

Calvin Skalet, Editor in Chief October 10, 2018

The UW Oshkosh women’s soccer team went 1-1 last week after it defeated UW-Stout 2-1 and fell to Loras College 2-1. Loras College started the game strong after scoring the only two goals in the first...

The annual Run With Cops 5K kicked off on Pearl Ave. at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Oct. 5. on UWO campus.

UW Oshkosh hosts annual Run With the Cops 5K

Megan Behnke, News writer October 10, 2018

Special Olympics Wisconsin, in partnership with the University Police and many law enforcement agencies all over the state, hosted its fifth annual Run With the Cops event on Oct. 4. UP Capt. Christopher...

Sex Ed Illustration

Student sexual health is important

Staff October 10, 2018

The UW Oshkosh Health Center offers many health care services to students including services related to sexual health. As young adults, sexual education and health is important for students to know...

Senior Tina Elstner powers through a ball against UW-Stevens Point as senior Carly Lemke looks on.

Volleyball goes 1-2 in St. Louis

Neal Hogden, Managing Editor October 10, 2018

The UW Oshkosh women’s volleyball team went 1-3 over the past week with their win coming against Augustana College (Ill.) as part of the WashU Invitational. The Titans dropped a Wisconsin Intercollegiate...

UWO sophomore defensive back Kollyn Beyer lines up across from a Warhawks wide receiver.

No. 10 Titans fall to No. 8 rival Warhawks 20-0

Evan Moris, Sports Editor October 10, 2018

The UW Oshkosh football team fell short Saturday at the hands of the UW-Whitewater Warhawks 20-0. The No. 10-ranked Titans were unable to produce a single point on Saturday against the stout No. 8-ranked...

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