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

ByeGosh Fest lineup announced

Jessica Duch, Photo Editor April 25, 2024

As temperatures rise and class days dwindle, the UW Oshkosh annual Bye Gosh Fest is fast approaching. Reeve Union Board hosts the event each year and announced the festival’s artist lineup Thursday April...

Kelly Hueckman / Advance-Titan
Vladyslav Plyaka is a Ukrainian student at UWO created an exhibit which showcases 40 Ukrainian students who were unable to graduate due to the war.

Remembering Ukrainian students lost to war

Kelly Hueckman, Managing Editor April 24, 2024

UW Oshkosh student Vladyslav Plyaka highlighted the stories of 40 college students in Ukraine who were killed because of the Russian invasion through a traveling exhibit titled “Unissued Diplomas.” “I...

Olivia Porter / Advance-Titan
Dej Txiaj Ntsim Yaj’s art is admired by a visitor on the opening night of her new exhibition on April 4.

Representing Hmong culture in Allen Priebe

Olivia Porter April 11, 2024

UW Oshkosh opened a new exhibition at the Allen Priebe Gallery, “sawv tsee rov los os,” (or “lift yourself up and return”) created by Dej Txiaj Ntsim Yaj, and runs until April 25. This exhibition...

Kyiah Nelson / Advance-Titan
Many community members attended the art gallery reception to support UWO alumnus Ryan
Steiskal on April 5

Earth meets stars in ‘Terrestelle’

Kyiah Nelson, Copy Desk Chief April 11, 2024

The Annex Gallery recently opened “Terrestelle,” an exhibit displaying a variety of UW Oshkosh alumnus Ryan Steiskal’s art that will be open for viewing through April 18. Steiskal said that the...

Courtesy of UW Oshkosh Flickr 
The Oshkosh Symphony Orchestra performs at a previous concert under the conduction of the director of orchestras, Dylan Thomas Chmura-Moore.

Orchestra continues to grow

Morgan Feltz April 5, 2024

Many UW Oshkosh music ensembles have grown in size, despite the school having an $18 million deficit and a decline in admissions. Katherine Decker is a part of the cello faculty at UW Oshkosh and principal...

Courtesy of Ryan Steiskal 
“Koi in a Botanical Pond,” a
piece from Ryan Steiskal will be
featured in the Annex Gallery.

Galleries opening this week

Angela Satterlee, Arts & Culture Editor April 4, 2024

This week there will be two new galleries opening, one in the Allen Priebe Gallery and the other in the Annex Gallery. Dej Txiaj Ntsim Yaj is the artist who is going to be featured in the Allen Priebe...

Courtesy of The Constructivists 
The cast of “A Cappocalypse!” are rehearsing for their play’s debut about an Oconomowoc a cappella group facing the apocalypse.

UWO alumni premiere new play

Angela Satterlee, Arts & Culture Editor April 3, 2024

Five UW Oshkosh alumni, Breanne Brennan, Kellie Wambold, Andrea Ewald and Matthew Scales, are involved with the premiere of a new play, “A Cappocalypse!” The play was released March 23 and will...

Healing through storytelling: Chanel Miller

Angela Satterlee, Arts & Culture Editor March 22, 2024

“I don’t know if there was a day I firmly decided,” Chanel Miller said about her decision to include her byline in her book. “I did know that I wasn’t going to let the fear of what men might...

Margaret Huettl

Feminist Research Panel at UWO

Aubrie Selsmeyer March 22, 2024

The Women’s Center hosted a panel discussion on March 12th with four UWO professors in feminist and women-centered research, for Womxn’s HERstory Month, about the importance of female involvement...

Olivia Porter / Advance-Titan
Students Katie Castelli and Hannah Lanphear make beaded artwork at Crafts, Coffee and Community at the Women’s Center.

Creating a safe space, crafts and community

Olivia Porter March 15, 2024

In the midst of Women’s History Month, one of the goals of the Women’s Center is to bring community to UW Oshkosh. To accomplish this, they hold an event called Crafts, Coffee and Community biweekly...

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