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Explore the style, substance of antique shoes at the Paine

Explore the style, substance of antique shoes at the Paine

A new exhibition at the Paine Art Center and Gardens explores how shoes have transcended their utilitarian purpose to become representations of culture — coveted as objects of desire, designed with artistic...

UWO Student Film Showcase premieres 4 films May 17

May 9, 2021

The Student Film Showcase will premiere four short films that UW Oshkosh Radio-TV-Film students produced in their capstone course. Since the showcase is not open to the public this year due to the pandemic,...

Local band Shoobie releases live video performance from Jambalaya Arts Inc.

Nick Morrissey, Staff Writer May 5, 2021

On April 20, Oshkosh punk band Shoobie released a 30-minute performance video filmed at Jambalaya Arts Inc. on Main Street. The performance features songs from their new album, “Gunk,” along with...

Summer 2021 events: Will they occur in this ever-changing world?

Tom Antrim, Staff Writer May 5, 2021

Many outdoor events are scheduled to take place this summer, pending the severity of the COVID-19 pandemic. Many people are receiving their vaccinations and about one-third of the population is currently...

Mother’s Day gift ideas

Mattie Beck, Staff Writer May 5, 2021

Mother’s Day is right around the corner, and for many students here at UWO, that means going out and looking for the perfect gift to give as a way to say “I love you.” If you’re one of those...

UWO students are excited for summer

Cassidy Kennedy, Staff Writer May 5, 2021

UWO students are getting excited for this summer, and with only about two weeks left, they are in the home stretch. Summer for college students means seeing family, spending time with friends, traveling,...

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Surviving finals week

Lexi Langendorf, Arts & Entertainment Editor May 5, 2021

It’s almost that time of the year again where overwhelmed students swarm the library, cry over final projects and get more caffeine than sleep. Finals week, being packed with exams, essays and final...

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Heidi Docter joined The Advance-Titan as a copy editor in fall of 2019. She became the Copy Chief in spring 2021.

Copy Chief adorns wizard hat for last time; cries

Heidi Docter, Copy Desk Chief May 5, 2021

I joined the revered, award-winning, infamous Advance-Titan back in fall 2019 as a wildly inexperienced copy editor. The only editing experience I had was as a tutor at the Writing Center, which, let me...

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Grant Hunter served as The Advance-Titan’s Web Editor for the spring and fall 2020 semesters before transitioning into his current role as the publication’s Social Media Manager in spring 2021.

What do you mean ‘headline’? Who the hell are you people?

Grant Hunter, Social Media Manager May 5, 2021

Ladies and gentlemen I invite you to break from the norm and for a moment pay attention to the man behind the curtain. Avid Advance-Titan readers would see me and never recall a single story of mine. Well...

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Carter Uslabar drew cartoons for The Advance-Titan’s staff editorials for two years before becoming the Arts & Entertainment editor. He became the Editor-in-Chief in spring 2020 and remained in that position through spring 2021.

Editor to overthink headline for last published piece

Carter Uslabar, Editor in Chief May 5, 2021

This is all Jack Tierney's fault—I just wanted to do more cartoons. For two years I did editorial cartoons (of highly variable quality) for The Advance-Titan's staff editorials. Toward the end of...

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