The Advance-Titan

Anti-revenge porn activist visits UWO

Amanda Kinnunen

April 15, 2015

Charlotte Laws spoke about her fight against revenge pornography when one of her daughter’s private pictures, along with personal information, were hacked from her computer and uploaded to Hunter Moore’s revenge porn website, isanyoneup.com. Revenge porn is sexually explicit media that is publically...

Wisconsin Hometown Stories highlights history of Oshkosh

Abby Vandermolen

April 8, 2015

UW Oshkosh’s History Club hosted Wisconsin Hometown Stories, a popular series on Wisconsin Public Television, for an early screening of the new Oshkosh episode to provide students with a history of the city. Vice President of the History Club Abigail Martin said that the chairman of the history department...

Musica Viva! funds music scholarships

Chelsea Phillips

April 8, 2015

The UW Oshkosh music department is hosting the fifth annual Musica Viva! To raise money for musical scholarships on Saturday, April 11 at 6 p.m. in the Arts and Communications Music Hall. There will be contemporary and historic musical entertainment performed by faculty, students and Oshkosh’s music...

“Osh the Record” broadcasts live

Holly Koenitzer

April 8, 2015

Titan TV broadcasted the first live, student produced talk show, “Osh the Record” on April 7 in Taylor Hall. According to UW Oshkosh student and creator Reegan Wallander, “Osh the Record” is a one-time special broadcast and a new opportunity for Titan TV. It gave Titan TV a chance to use its broadcast...

TransAction Week welcomes influential gender theorist

Amanda Kinnunen

April 8, 2015

Author, playwright, performance artist and gender theorist Kate Bornstein performed some of her favorite spoken-word pieces and relayed personal stories about gender identity as a part of TransAction week on April 2. “This is my autobiographical signature piece, my most personal stories, my favorite...

Titan TV introduces “Love Bites”

Amanda Kinnunen

April 1, 2015

Titan TV’s new show, “Love Bites,” is a student-produced dark comedy filled with vampires, love affairs and food, an interest many college students share. UW Oshkosh student Gerardo De La Teja created the show and is also one of its directors. ‘Love Bites’ is a dark comedy with supernatural...

Percussion duo entertains UWO

Abby Vandermolen

April 1, 2015

The Amphion Percussion Guest Recital took place March 30 in the Arts and Communication Center’s Music Hall to entertain audiences with the xylophone, steel drum and other percussion instruments. Amphion Percussion has been playing together since 2007 when Peter Zlotnick and Sean Connors decided...

The Art of The Brick exhibit intrigues students

Chelsea Phillips

April 1, 2015

The Oshkosh Public Museum welcomed Nathan Sawaya’s The Art of the Brick on Feb. 28, and it will remain open to the public until June 14, 2015. The Art of the Brick is the first exhibition that focuses on the use of Lego bricks as a medium. The exhibit has brought record-shattering crowds since...

“8” celebrates LGBTQ equality

Amanda Kinnunen

March 18, 2015

UW Oshkosh students, faculty and staff joined together to perform the production “8” as a celebration of success for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community. “8” was written by David Lance Black and was produced by Broadway Impact and the American Foundation for Equal...

A Violin’s Life inspires UWO

Holly Koenitzer

March 18, 2015

"The UW Oshkosh music department presented a guest concert, A Violin’s Life, in the Arts and Communications Center Music Hall on March 13 to celebrate classical music. A Violin’s Life featured works and composers associated with the Lipinski Stradivarius, a type of violin, and other music connected...

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