The Advance-Titan

Busted

November 4, 2015

Oct. 18, 2015 (1:49 a.m.) Officers responded to the 600 block of Algoma Boulevard to check the welfare of an 18-year-old female UW Oshkosh student that had blood on her face and was having difficulties walking. Officers made contact with the female and determined that she had injured her nose after...

UWO to host sixth annual powwow

Allison Prusha

October 28, 2015

The UW Oshkosh Inter-Tribal Student Organization will host The Sixth Annual Powwow to allow students to participate in another culture on Nov. 7 in Albee Hall and Pool. The American Indian Student Services Coordinator, Christopher Annis, has helped the Inter-Tribal Student Organization prepare the powwow...

Paranormal Activity: UW Oshkosh Edition

Emily Reise

October 28, 2015

Halloween is right around the corner at UW Oshkosh. Students are binge watching horror movies and brainstorming costume ideas. Along with the candy wrappers comes the unnerving ghost stories. Students will be shocked to hear about the spirits that have been experienced lurking among residence halls and...

The Present Age sings for suicide prevention

Kyle Larscheid

October 28, 2015

[media-credit id=134 align="alignleft" width="300"][/media-credit] The Present Age is an indie, new wave band started by two UW Oshkosh students that takes its music to an inspirational level, playing shows to help raise money for suicide prevention and other mental illnesses. In early 2015, the two bro...

Students Yell Like Hell for Homecoming

Marcella Brown

October 22, 2015

[media-credit id=125 align="alignleft" width="300"][/media-credit] The Reeve Union Board hosted the event Yell Like Hell, followed by a Lip Sync Battle Friday night to boost school spirit and emphasize team work during Homecoming week in the Reeve Memorial Union Ballroom. Different residence halls...

RTF alumni panel gives job seeking advice to students

Tyler Cox

October 22, 2015

The UW Oshkosh Radio-TV-Film department hosted a panel of three RTF alumni to inform students about the post-college job market on Oct. 16. The three Alumni included in the panel were Sarah Lind, class of ‘10; Melissa Loest, class of ‘09; and Keith Katers, class of ’77. They offered insight into...

Boston Marathon survivor tells UWO his story

Allison Prusha

October 22, 2015

[media-credit id=125 align="alignleft" width="300"][/media-credit] Boston Marathon bombing survivor Jeff Bauman conveyed the inspirational personal story of how he overcame losing his legs to a full house in Reeve Memorial Union Tuesday evening. Before the bombing Bauman said he was living in Bost...

Titan Volunteers aims to better the Oshkosh community

Allison Prusha

October 14, 2015

UW Oshkosh Titan Volunteers is one of the largest volunteer groups on campus that provides a variety of opportunities for students to participate in activities. Sophomore Ireland Andrews, an executive board member, said Titan Volunteers is a great way for students to get involved in places outside ...

UWO theater department presents “Our Town”

Kellie Wambold

October 14, 2015

The UW Oshkosh theatre department’s production of “Our Town” celebrates the simplicity of life while confronting its many mysteries. The classic American play, written by Thornton Wilder, opened in 1938 to mixed reviews. Many reviews wondered if the play was dramatic enough to even ...

Dylan Finley is a positive role model for music majors

Kellie Wambold

October 7, 2015

[media-credit name="Courtesy of Reeve Union Board" align="alignleft" width="300"][/media-credit] UW Oshkosh singer and rapper Dylan Finley has found a way to balance participating in student organizations, recording music and being a positive role model for other students. Music industry major Finle...

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