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The Advance-Titan

Independent Student Newspaper of UW Oshkosh Campuses

The Advance-Titan

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Be cautious when betting on sports

Cory Sparks, Editor in Chief October 20, 2021

As someone who is going to school in hopes of being the next Tony Romo of broadcast television, watching and analyzing all kinds of professional sports has been a staple in my life thus far. With more...

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Margherite Pettenuzzo tees off at a UWO meet earlier this season

UWO closes season at Reedsburg

Cory Sparks, Editor in Chief October 20, 2021

The UW Oshkosh golf team completed its season by finishing fifth out of eight teams at the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC) championship on Oct. 10 at the Reedsburg Country Club. The...

Horror movies get modern remakes

Nolan Swenson, Sports Editor October 20, 2021

Michael Myers is back in the theaters, a new “Child’s Play” T.V. Show and “Scream” is being revamped, that’s just scratching the surface of the Halloween remakes. Before jumping into these,...

Halloween dorm decorating

Mattie Beck, Assistant Arts & Entertainment Editor October 20, 2021

Halloween is always an exciting time of year, from costumes and candy, to one of the most fun elements, the decorations. Whether you use spooky, scary, or just fun decorations, decorating can be...

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The Paine Art Center holds exhibits all throughout the year, with many exhibits in their gardens throughout the summer and inside exhibits featured in the winter months.

The Paine, one of Oshkosh’s beloved attractions

Cassidy Kennedy, Staff Writer October 20, 2021

Are you looking for a historic and popular attraction in Oshkosh to check out? The Paine Art Center and Gardens is one of Oshkosh’s most widely visited destinations and was a featured venue on...

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Pictured above is Cade Larson, age 3, and from Neenah enjoying some cotton candy, all dressed-up.

Zooloween Boo event returns

Kelly Hueckman, Staff Writer October 20, 2021

Children and adults of all ages lined the pathways of Menominee Park Zoo on Oct. 16 for the park’s annual “Zooloween Boo,” an event focusing on fundraising for the park and getting locals in...

Courtesy of John Stienhardt
John Steinhardt has been a professional musician for fifty years.

‘Schizoid Johnny’ comes to UWO

Kylie Balk-Yaatenen, Arts & Entertainment Editor October 20, 2021

After more than 5,000 professional performances, a 1977 alumnus is coming back to his alma mater to perform at the 100th anniversary of UW Oshkosh’s Homecoming. John Steinhardt, also known as Schizoid...

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Rylie Kaufmann wins the game.

Titans shut out Pioneers in double OT

Jacob Link, Staff Writer October 20, 2021

On Saturday Oct. 16t, the UW Oshkosh Women’s soccer team defeated UW-Platteville in double overtime 1-0. Throughout regulation, both teams were deadlocked although UWO lead in shots 13-10 and forced...

Look who’s back, back again

Mattie Beck, Assistant Arts & Entertainment Editor October 20, 2021

With COVID-19 putting a damper on many events the past two years, one important event is finally back, home football games that students are allowed to watch in the stands. This past Saturday, Oshkosh...

Courtesy of UW Oshkosh Athletics
Peter MacCudden tears down the field to evade UW Whitewater’s number 29. This loss marks the first home game in nearly two years.

Titans suffer hard loss at home

Jacob Link, Staff Writer October 20, 2021

On Saturday Oct. 16, UW Oshkosh lost to UW-Whitewater 32-13. The loss pushed the Titans (3-2, 1-2 in Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference play) to 23rd in the d3football.com top 25 rankings....

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