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Lions don’t lose sleep over opinions of sheep

Evan Moris, Sports Editor
May 8, 2019

Hello friends, Evan Moris here. I am a radio/TV/film major with a minor in history. I was born and raised in the Madison suburb or Mt. Horeb, Wisconsin. Oshkosh has been my home for last five years and...

Theater professor writes 10th play in 20 years

Kalinoski’s ‘Front Room’ chronicles a daughter taking back her life from her hoarding mom
May 8, 2019

After three years of editing and re-editing, endowed UW Oshkosh professor Richard Kalinoski has finished his 10th play, “Front Room.” The English department and women’s and gender studies...

Chancellor, students weigh in on age-old hot dog debate

The suspicious history of the sausage goes back centuries and is enveloped mystique and contentious debate.
May 8, 2019

Hot dogs, a food synonymous with American celebration, have been embroiled in debate for the entirety of their existence, spanning back over 150 years to Europe. Of the many questions surrounding hot...

UWO approves mural displaying diversity

Artist Irineo Medina’s previous mural in Appleton.
May 1, 2019

The first-ever piece of public art at UW Oshkosh will be displayed on the east side of Albee Hall following the Multicultural Mural Student Task Force gaining administrative approval for a mural. The...

Final play of the season at Fredric March Theatre

Bernard, Robert and two stewardesses fill the stage of Fredric March Theatre with their comedic personas.
May 1, 2019

A farce about a bachelor named Bernard who owns a flat in Paris, is engaged to three stewardesses and has an eccentric housemaid named Berthe comes to Fredric March Theatre May 2-4 at 7:30 p.m. and May...

UWFV shows a play within a play in ‘Noise Off’ Off’

Director Susan Rabideau said the tech team in “Noise Off” was the first team assembled with the capability of pulling off a two-story set.
May 1, 2019

The UW-Fox Valley theatre department performed Michael Frayn’s “Noises Off,” a madcap comedy that featured a play within a play. The play depicts a cast and crew navigating the wild world of theater...

Math tutoring will close at semester due to funding cuts tuition

Sophomore math education student Shay Hendricks is a tutor in the soon-to-be defunded Swart 113 math lab.
May 1, 2019

Many students need supplemental help with mathematics, yet the Differential Tuition Finance Committee at UW Oshkosh has decided to cut funding for the Mathematics Tutoring Lab in Swart 113. The Swart...

The Howard gives old Eagles Club new life

The Howard
April 24, 2019

Once a men’s-only Eagles Club, the tudor-revival style building at 405 Washington Ave. in Oshkosh, has been given new life under the ownership of sisters Jenna Golem and Carey Sharpe. Since purchasing...

Mr. UWO awarded in partnership with Autism Speaks

Mr. UWO 2019 Zander Lomibao beat the field of seven contestants last Thursday to win the crown.
April 24, 2019

The women of Alpha Xi Delta sorority - Delta Tau chaptercrowned Mr. UW Oshkosh to junior and Beta Theta Pi member Alexander (Zander) Lomibao on April 18. A silent auction was held in addition to the competition...

CBD products are offered to help, not to cure

Your CBD Store inventory manager Jacob Trone handles the day-to-day operations and welcomes all new customers to CBD products. Jacob’s knowledge of CBD products has helped people in Oshkosh find relief.
April 24, 2019

Those looking for a wholesome alternative to their pharmaceutical pain relievers are finding a natural fit in cannabidiol. CBD is the active chemical in medical marijuana that helps reduce symptoms...

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