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Women’s Center shows “The True Cost” of fashion

Marcella Brown

March 9, 2016

The True Cost, a provocative documentary about sustainability and the global impact of the clothing industry, was shown by the Women’s Center on Mar. 9. The film focuses on sweatshop workers in Bangladesh and the tragedies they have faced. Sommer Hodson, interim director of the Women’s Center, said...

Dead Horses to release new album

Allison Prusha

March 9, 2016

Oshkosh’s own indie-folk band, Dead Horses, will be releasing their new album, “Cartoon Moon,” this May. According to main vocalist and guitarist Sarah Vos, the main vocal tracks on the latest album are all live. “I want to keep making records and playing shows and growing as human beings,” Vos...

Winter Fringe exhibits student talent

Kellie Wambold

March 9, 2016

The UW Oshkosh theater department will exhibit student talent as it hosts student-directed one act plays in its Winter Fringe Festival on March 10-12. During the year, the department produces several shows directed by theater professors but as part of their senior projects, three students have selected...

The Cat’s Pajamas entertains UWO

Kellie Wambold

March 2, 2016

The Cat’s Pajamas, an a cappella group of five, entertained all ages during their Students for Music-coordinated performance at UW Oshkosh on Feb. 26. As part of their Music in the Schools tour, The Cat’s Pajamas were part of the UWO music department’s Chamber Art Series. The Cat’s Pajamas was...

“Clybourne Park” generates laughter

Kellie Wambold

February 25, 2016

UW Oshkosh’s theatre department confronted heavy social issues while generating enormous laughs during its production of “Clybourne Park.” “Clybourne Park” is a newer play that mixes dark humor with current social issues like racism, gender roles and gentrification. UWO student Aaron Busse said...

Monologues embrace women’s sexuality

Marcella Brown

February 25, 2016

The Vagina Monologues, a play that celebrates women’s sexuality, took place in the Reeve Union Theater Feb. 23 and Feb. 24. Liz Cannon, the narrator during the play, said some of the monologues are based on one woman’s story, while others are multiple stories centered on the same idea and morphed...

Elect Her empowers students

Tyler Cox

February 18, 2016

UW Oshkosh women were encouraged to lead society and build leadership skills in Reeve Memorial Union Theater last Saturday. In Reeve Room 307, The Women’s Center, Women’s Advocacy Council, The Sisterhood, Reeve Memorial Union and the Oshkosh Student Association joined together to create a workshop...

Auralai performs for Manila

Marcella Brown

February 18, 2016

The local band Auralai performed an acoustic show at Manila, a restaurant in downtown Oshkosh, Feb. 3. Stephanie Tschech, cellist and vocalist, and Nate Lehner, guitarist and bassist, created and formed Auralai. The performance consisted of some of Auralai’s original indie-pop songs as well as covers...

Tony’ Moore signs comics at House of Heroes

Shella Paukner

February 11, 2016

Over 230 fans braved the snow to see the original artist of The Walking Dead comic book series at House of Heroes in downtown Oshkosh on Feb. 8. “We were incredibly pleased with everyone that came out and welcomed Michael ‘Tony’ Moore to Wisconsin,” John Pata, House of Heroes employee said. House...

UWO nominees perform in the Kennedy Center Theatre Festival

Kellie Wambold

February 11, 2016

UW Oshkosh theatre students further developed their theatre specialities at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival on Jan. 6-10. KCACTF takes place throughout the country in eight different regions. UWO students attended the Region III festival, which also includes students from Michigan,...

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