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

Kylie Balk-Yaatenen was the Arts & Entertainment editor for the 2021-2022. Her and her grandpa are pictured above.

I’m so over writing headlines

Kylie Balk-Yaatenen, Arts & Entertainment Editor May 4, 2022

My time has finally come to write a senior sendoff, and I have been struggling to decide how I wanted to start it. I obviously have so many people to thank and so many things I learned in my time here...

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Lexi Wojcik Kretchmer was assistant news editor and writer.

Assistant editor goes out with a laugh

Lexi Wojcik-Kretchmer, Assistant News Editor May 4, 2022

My time at the Advance-Titan began when I wrote a letter to the editor titled “Ditch the straw, save the earth” for my honors macroeconomics class in hopes that I could get extra credit for it if it...

Mackenzie Seymour

Joining The A-T was the best decision

Mackenzie Seymour, Staff Writer May 4, 2022

Last spring, my mom texted me about an advertisement she had seen on Facebook. It was about The Advance-Titan newspaper looking for new writers. With encouragement from my mom, I reached out to Barb Benish,...

Katie Pulvermacher / Advance-Titan

Elsewhere Market

Mattie Beck, Asst. Arts & Entertainment Editor May 4, 2022

When going to downtown Oshkosh in search of coffee shops, there are plenty to choose from, including one that recently opened up downtown: the Elsewhere Market and Coffee House. The Elsewhere Market...

Courtesy of Lexi Chmielewski
Thrifted It! Fashion Show was planned by Lexi Chmielewski, a senior in the College of Business, and it consisted of thrifted clothing for the models to wear.

Thrifted It! Fashion Show a success

Mattie Beck, Asst. Arts & Entertainment Editor April 27, 2022

Thrifted It!, a fashion show featuring clothes available from consignment stores, not only helped a UW Oshkosh senior learn about event planning, but also educated others about the sustainable fashion...

Courtesy of Shelby Edwards
The show centers around Agnes Evans, played by Sydney Pomrening, and her journey that leads to the love and understanding of her little sister Tilly.

‘She Kills Monsters’ makes its debut

Kylie Balk-Yaatenen, Arts & Entertainment Editor April 27, 2022

The UW Oshkosh theater department will debut its last show of the semester, “She Kills Monsters,” at 7:30 p.m. Thursday.. “This dramatic comedy offers a thrilling, heart-warming story about the...

Annual Bye Gosh Fest is back

Annual Bye Gosh Fest is back

Kylie Balk-Yaatenen, Arts & Entertainment Editor April 20, 2022

It’s the end of the year and you know what that means: the annual Bye Gosh Fest is coming up. On May 6, Bryce Vine and The Astronomers will be performing in-person. “Students deserve to have fun...

Paige Nordstrom Art gallery

Mattie Beck, Assistant Arts & Entertainment Editor April 20, 2022

A new exhibit at the Gail F. Steinhilber Art Gallery in Reeve Memorial Union features a collection of pieces by Paige Nordstrom. Nordstrom is an artist who was inspired at a child by other artists whom...

Kylie Balk-Yaatenen / Advance-Titan
Sim Naav/Hnav HMoob presented five different Hmong women’s perspectives on traditional clothing and how it make them feel while they wear it. Victoria Kue is a featured artist, and she shows how she wears Hmong by posing in front of Amish businesses to show the intersection between the Hmong and the Amish.

‘Hnav HMoob’ project inspires

Kylie Balk-Yaatenen, Arts & Entertainment Editor April 13, 2022

What do clothes mean to you? For some people they mean identity or a form of expression. However, the Hmong people have a different relationship with them. For them the traditional Hmong clothing is rich...

Club supports children’s cancer causes

Mattie Beck, Assistant Arts & Entertainment Editor April 6, 2022

There are many organizations on campus, but not all of them have a specific cause they support. One that does is the Pinky Swear Ambassadors on College Campuses to Help Kids with Cancer (PACK), a program...

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