The Advance-Titan

Students get a Taste of Oshkosh

Michael Semmerl

February 11, 2016

UW Oshkosh students had an opportunity to meet and connect with all of the student clubs and organizations at Taste of Oshkosh, located in the ballroom of Reeve Memorial Union on Feb. 3. “It seemed like it didn’t have a huge turnout,” Caitlin Cobb, Reeve Union Board member and Spanish major said....

Last member of the AKs set to graduate Dec. 19

Amanda Kinnunen

December 10, 2015

When I transferred to UW Oshkosh, I had two majors in mind: English and Radio/TV/Film. I had toyed with the idea of journalism as a minor, but I wanted to write. Back in 2012, I didn’t think journalism had anything to offer me. I wanted to write novels and screenplays. And besides, in my mind, n...

Grammar-loving girl rises through A-T ranks

Brenna McDermot

December 10, 2015

It was grammar day in Writing for the Media, and my classmates were furiously writing, heads buried in their notes about subject-verb agreement, who versus whom and commas splices. I, however, didn’t even pick up my pencil or open my notebook. I had not only learned and mastered these gramma...

Titan TV students explore new genre with show Rosemary Park

Kellie Wambold

December 9, 2015

Titan TV is branching out with its new show “Rosemary Park,” a crime drama where a detective and small-town journalist team up to solve a murder. Megan Lemire, the show’s writer and director, said she got the idea for the show when she was watching ABC’s Castle. “I wanted it to be similar...

Book drive assists less fortunate schools

Allison Prusha

December 9, 2015

The UW Oshkosh English Club organized a book drive to raise funds for local elementary school children. The drive will last through spring semester and gather age-appropriate books to donate. According to Michael Piasecki, a representative of the club, they have been planning the book drive over the...

Reeve Union Board continues ugly sweater tradition on campus

Tyler Cox

December 9, 2015

Reeve Union Board will hold its second annual Ugly Sweater Party where UW Oshkosh students can show off their holiday-themed sweaters tonight at 7 p.m. in Titan Underground. Jessica Fedie of RUB said the ugly sweater tradition is something she hopes will continue on campus because it’s a tradition...

Busted

December 9, 2015

Busted Nov. 24, 2015 (5:59 a.m.) An officer responded to Halsey Science Center to investigate a second floor broken stairwell window found by custodians. Investigation revealed that person(s) unknown were throwing rocks and broke two plate glass stairwell windows. Building entry was not gained. Dec....

Students de-stress before finals

Kellie Wambold

December 2, 2015

Students will have a chance to take a break from preparing for finals during De-Stress Fest on Friday hosted by the Student Health Center and United Students in Residence Hall. Juliana Kahrs, the health promotion coordinator for the Student Health Center, said she hopes De-Stress Fest will give students...

Metal Club brings musical diversity

Amanda Kinnunen

December 2, 2015

The UW Oshkosh Metal Club adds to the diversity of live music students can experience on campus, and hopes to break down misconceptions students and the community may have about metal music. Oshkosh student Mike Pflughoeft founded the club last year and said the idea originally came to him after visiting...

UW Oshkosh student’s film “On the Edge” shows a new approach to heavy topics

Marcella Brown

December 2, 2015

The short film “On the Edge” is a way for UW Oshkosh student and Film Society member Marcus Westphal to have a converstaion about topics that affect many people: depression and suicide. “I think the message of the film is one many young people can relate to, so I think people will appreciate what...

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