The Advance-Titan

Circle K organization offers volunteer opportunities for UWO

Marcella Brown

April 20, 2016

Circle K, an international organization on campus, focuses its efforts on service, leadership and fellowship. Katelyn Fladten, co-president of Circle K, said the organization has done a lot of volunteering in the past with places such as New PAWsibilities, the Oshkosh public library and the YMCA. “We...

250 students attend 17th Hands on Oshkosh

Kellie Wambold

April 20, 2016

More than 250 UW Oshkosh students went out into the Oshkosh community last Saturday for Hands on Oshkosh, a volunteer event that helps students connect with the city of Oshkosh. Hands on Oshkosh happens once every semester at UWO, and April 16 marked the 17th time students have reached out to the greater...

Circle K organization offers volunteer opportunities for UWO

Marcella Brown

April 20, 2016

Circle K, an international organization on campus, focuses its efforts on service, leadership and fellowship. Katelyn Fladten, co-president of Circle K, said the organization has done a lot of volunteering in the past with places such as New PAWsibilities, the Oshkosh public library and the YMCA. “We...

‘Orange is the New Black’ star inspires students

Alex Nemec

April 13, 2016

Jackie Cruz, star of the hit Netflix Original Series ‘Orange Is the New Black,’ spoke about pushing through adversity and inspiration in Reeve Memorial Union on April 13. Nicole Bellcorelli, head of the speaker series, said the series was impressed by the energy in Cruz’s speech. “She was talking...

Pam the Bear nominated for WAMI

Kellie Wambold

April 13, 2016

Local band Pam the Bear, which is comprised of several UW Oshkosh music students, is nominated for a Wisconsin Area Music Industry award in the category of Best New Artist. The “horn-driven rock” ska band is relatively new to the Wisconsin music scene, first appearing April 2015. “It’s weird because...

Showcase highlights student musicians

Marcella Brown

April 13, 2016

Titan underground featured five students who performed using the guitar, ukulele, piano and their voices in a singer/songwriter showcase on April 7. Alyssa Johnson, who performed using her vocals along with her ukulele, said she likes to exaggerate on personal experiences when writing her music. “I...

Local band up for WAMI award

Emilie Hedeimann

April 6, 2016

Johnny Schroeber, guitarist, trombonist, singer and songwriter for Pam the Bear, answered questions about the local band that plays ska mixed with a “horn-driven rock.” Questions by Emilie Heidemann, campus connections editor. A-T: What inspired your band to call yourselves Pam the Bear? Johnny: When...

RUB hosts fifth annual music fest

Michael Semmerl

March 16, 2016

Reeve Union Board hosted their fifth annual concert, WISCO!, on March 10, which consisted of six different bands, including last semester’s Battle of the Bands winner, The Present Age. “The thing that sets WISCO! apart from other Local Live Music Nights or just having concerts out here in general...

Slipstream to perform on campus

Michael Semmerl

March 16, 2016

UW Oshkosh Department of Music will present a guest recital of the quartet Slipstream, a new music group consisting of guitar, piano, saxophone and percussion March 17. Dan Reifsteck, who plays percussion for Slipstream, said the group formed back in 2014 at Lawrence University after being inspired by...

Heid Music promotes music education

Kellie Wambold

March 16, 2016

Heid Music is celebrating and promoting music education with The Big 10 Giveaway, a photo contest for elementary, middle and high schools to show off their music spirit. All month long, schools across Wisconsin have been submitting photos that represent their music programs to be voted on by the public....

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