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

Photo courtesy: Bailey Laird-- The production of ‘RECOLLECT’ is completely student-led.

Titan TV reveals student-lead shows

Mattie Beck, Arts & Entertainment Editor September 28, 2022

Titan TV, the student-run television channel on campus, is premiering new shows this fall. Two of the new shows, “RECOLLECT” and “Anything But Average,” are both student written, directed, and...

Photo creds: UWO Flickr-- Fireside Chat events are a chance for students to have conversations with community members.

First Fireside Chat held for students

Liam Beran, Writer September 28, 2022

City of Appleton Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) Coordinator and UW Oshkosh alumnus Timber Smith spoke to UW Oshkosh students at the Pollock House last Thursday, marking the first of five “Fireside...

Photo creds: Katie Pulvermacher / The Advance-Titan -- Carrot & Kale is a juice bar located on Algoma Blvd in Oshkosh.

Carrot & Kale provides fresh experience

Katie Pulvermacher, Managing/News Editor September 21, 2022

When it comes to providing fresh, organic and clean ingredients, Carrot & Kale, located in downtown Oshkosh, is a juice bar that provides nutritious options like none other in the area. “You should...

Photo creds: Kelly Hueckman / The Advance-Titan -- The Faculty Biennial Exhibit highlights the work of the UW Oshkosh Art Department faculty at the Allen Priebe Gallery.

Faculty Biennial Exhibit inspired

Kelly Hueckman, Opinion Editor September 21, 2022

The faculty of UW Oshkosh’s art department are kicking off the semester by showcasing their own work until Oct. 6 in the Allen Priebe Gallery, located in the Arts and Communication Center. “This...

Photo creds: Kayla Curtis / The Advance-Titan -- Reeve Union Board held a Live Music Night that included fun activities for students to enjoy such as two performers, tie-dyeing, a cotton candy machine and more.

RUB holds Live Music Night event

Mattie Beck, Arts & Entertainment Editor September 21, 2022

Reeve Union Board (RUB) Live Music Night, one of Reeve’s most recent events this semester, was held this past Thursday on the Horizon Village lawn.  The event included performances from artists Jackie...

Photo creds: Kyra Slakes / The Advance-Titan -- Nature of Light exhibit uses shapes and lights to make artwork. Reservations are required to go.

New exhibit at Paine shines light on patterns

Kyra Slakes, Writer September 21, 2022

Whether art imitates life or life imitates art, there is one art exhibit that shines in Oshkosh. The Paine Art Center and Gardens has put together a fascinating display of lights in beautiful shapes and...

Photo: Courtesy of Jack Liddicoat —Delta Sigma Phi prepares for recruitment events at their new official fraternity house.

Fraternity recruitment starts strong

Mattie Beck, Arts and Entertainment Editor September 14, 2022

Fraternity recruitment occurs every fall and spring semester, with events run by the local fraternities and fraternity governing board helping it run smoothly.  There are six fraternities on campus:...

Photo: Advance-Titan  — The Oshkosh Public Museum is home to more than 300,000 objects and 700,000 historic photographs.

Get off campus and in touch with Oshkosh

Josh Lehner, Staff Writer September 14, 2022

The history of Oshkosh flows throughout the city, and with it are the many features and activities it offers. Oshkosh was once home to the Ho-Chunk Indians, who surrendered their land to the United...

Photo: Mattie Beck / The Advance-Titan — The couches at The Elsewhere are often filled with students studying.

Where to get your coffee fix in Oshkosh

Mattie Beck, Arts and Entertainment Editor September 14, 2022

You don’t have to go far from campus if you’re looking for a jolt of caffeine in your favorite coffee.  In Oshkosh’s downtown area, students can find multiple coffee shops to choose from. While...

Photo: Sam Sasin — Sorority recruitment will be less stressful this semester due to a change in procedures.

Sorority recruitment changes format

Mattie Beck, Arts and Entertainment Editor August 30, 2022

Sorority recruitment occurs every fall, but this year’s recruitment will be more relaxed and better fit for students’ schedules. Angie Zemke, fraternity and sorority life program adviser, sees the...

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