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

Nosebleeds drummer Paul St. Aubin plays at The Puppy Palace under its freshly painted backdrop. Nosebleeds are one of the original bands to play at The Puppy Palace and have their debut album Good Boy available on all streaming services.

Goodbye to The Puppy Palace

Jack Tierney, Campus Connections Editor April 10, 2019

Picture yourself having the time of your life dancing, laughing and making new friends at a punk rock, DIY show with 50 to 100 like-minded people who all join together for the night around one idea to...

The Walworth Bulldogs compete against Hopp Alumni at Kolf Sports Center.

Special Olympics returns to UWO

Kaitlyn Scoville, News Writer April 10, 2019

UW Oshkosh hosted over 1,200 participants, staff and audience members on April 6 and 7 for the annual Special Olympics state basketball tournament. Out of 220 teams from around the state, 56 were chosen...

No. 7 tackles UW-Eau Claire player as other UWO players look to pick up the ball. The Titans defeated the Blugolds 37-5.

Rugby places second at Mudfest

Ally Gwidt, Assistant Sports Editor April 10, 2019

The UW Oshkosh women’s rugby team took home a second-place trophy at UW-Platteville’s 15-team MudFest tournament on Saturday in its spring season opener. The Titans split up their squad into two...

Paj Ntaub, a Hmong story cloth, is displayed. The cloths document daily experiences and hardship.

Paj Ntaub kicks off Asian Heritage Month

Jessica Bukielski, News Writer April 10, 2019

Asian Heritage Month is in full swing at UW Oshkosh, highlighting the importance of diversity on campus and educating students about different cultures. There are many events coming up on campus this...

April 4- April 10

April 4- April 10

April 10, 2019

The Three Handsomes perform traditional Polynesian music at the annual Corks & Forks fundraiser organized by the UW-Fond du Lac Foundation.

UW-Fond du Lac Corks & Forks raises $34,000

Joseph Schulz, Regional Editor April 10, 2019

The UW-Fond du Lac Foundation raised approximately $48,000 on March 28 at its seventh Corks and Forks fundraising event, featuring creative cuisine to raise money for scholarships. After expenses are...

Senior pitcher Chris Atwood reacts to his throw to the plate versus the Pointers.

UWO baseball stumbles to 13-10 as WIAC play begins

Hannah Preissner, Sports Writer April 10, 2019

The UW Oshkosh baseball team opened up Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference play, losing five out of six games as they took on UW-Whitewater and UW-Stevens Point in three separate doubleheaders. UW-Stevens...

Arno Michaelis (left), a former white supremacist, and Pardeep Singh Kaleka, a witness of a hate crime, spoke on campus Monday.

‘Moving Past Hate’ and toward forgiveness

Amber Brockman, News Writer April 10, 2019

UW Oshkosh hosted “Moving Past Hate” on Monday, which featured a former white supremacist and a witness of a hate crime who shared their story of forgiveness that formed a unique friendship. Authors...

Boots, Lewis and Samuels earn top basketball awards

Boots, Lewis and Samuels earn top basketball awards

Neal Hogden, Managing Editor April 10, 2019

The UW Oshkosh basketball programs had a historic year on and off the court. Men’s head coach Matt Lewis took home numerous awards en route to capturing the first national title in program’s...

Titan sophomore Carly Szada runs home off of Claire Petrus’ double to left center field late in the sixth.

Softball goes 3-3 in double-headers

Ally Gwidt, Assistant Sports Editor April 10, 2019

The UW Oshkosh softball team went an even 3-3 last week in double-headers versus Lakeland University, UW-La Crosse and UW-Whitewater. Lakeland University The Titans defeated Lakeland University in...

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