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Independent Student Newspaper of UW Oshkosh Campuses

The Advance-Titan

Independent Student Newspaper of UW Oshkosh Campuses

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Photo: Advance-Titan — The Day by Day Shelter is located at 420 Ceape Ave. In Oshkosh.

Tickets on sale for new Day by Day Shelter fundraiser

Jocelyn Nunez, Special to The Advance-Titan September 14, 2023

The Day by Day Shelter is holding its first fundraiser event in nearly 5 years – Streets of Hope. The inaugural Streets of Hope fundraiser will take place indoors at Becket’s Center Atrium from 6-11...

Courtesy of UWO Flickr — The renovated Clow building features modern classrooms that foster a better learning experience for students.

Clow renovation complete, features technology, sustainability upgrades

Josh Lehner, Assistant News Editor August 31, 2023

UW Oshkosh’s Clow II building will open this semester after more than a year and a half of renovations and updates. Renovation on Clow, which houses the College of Education and Human Services (COEHS),...

Courtesy of Michelle Waldrop — 
Nearly 1,200 participants prepare to take a shot of Fireball whiskey to set the record for the world’s longest shotski at a bar in Eagle River Aug. 20, 2022.

Most on-brand world records set in Wisconsin

Kelly Hueckman, Managing Editor August 31, 2023

Wisconsin can contribute its fame to a wide range of things — the Green Bay Packers, a surplus of breweries and a borderline obsession with cheese of all kinds. Of course, we can’t forget about...

Anya Kelley / The Advance-Titan — The $18 million budget deficit that UWO is facing is rooted in declining higher education enrollment, an aging demographic and declining state support.

UWO faces an $18 million budget deficit

Anya Kelley, News Editor August 30, 2023

UW Oshkosh is facing an $18 million structural deficit and is planning 200 non-faculty layoffs and additional furlough periods to cut expenses for the 2023-24 academic year. In an Aug. 3 email, Chancellor...

Morgan Feltz / The Advance-Titan — UWO wideout Trae Tetzlaff hauls in a 79-yard touchdown reception in UWOs 19-14 win against UW-Stout last year at Titan Stadium.

Titan football seeks WIAC title

Jacob Link, Co-Sports Editor August 30, 2023

The UW Oshkosh football team will look to compete for the 2023 Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC) title after a strong 2022 season with first-year head coach Peter Jennings at the helm...

Aubrie Selsmeyer / The Advance-Titan — Dawn Moneyhans front yard is not to be missed. She has a large, wooden sign that she changes with the seasons. During the battle to save her tree, she used peaceful protesting tactics that included paint and powerful messages for the city and its residents.

Dawn Moneyhan and her mission

Aubrie Selsmeyer, Opinion Editor August 30, 2023

The state of invisibility is an uncomfortable space where those who occupy it go unseen, unheard and unconsidered.  I’ve struggled with how I wanted to write this for a long time, because I felt...

Advance-Titan file photo — UWO students can learn about different clubs on campus, such as Ultimate Frisbee, during the Sept. 5th Titan Fest.

Titan Fest returns on Sept. 5

Anya Kelley, News Editor August 30, 2023

UW Oshkosh's Titan Fest will return on Sept. 5 from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. It will be held outside on the academic mall, with plans to move to Reeve Memorial Union in the event of rain. Titan Fest is part...

Orchestras merge, offer networking opportunities

Mattie Beck, Arts and Entertainment Editor August 30, 2023

The Oshkosh Symphony Orchestra (OSO) and UW Oshkosh musicians have merged and are creating a reimagined orchestra for the campus and community. As of this fall, OSO will be comprised of UWO students,...

Photo: Anya Kelley / Advance-Titan — While most of the U.S. calls public water faucets drinking fountains, the term bubbler is unique to Eastern Wisconsin and Boston.

Identities tied to how we speak

Kelly Hueckman, Managing Editor August 30, 2023

After moving to Wisconsin when she was 15, Massachusetts-born Payton Catron was left scratching her head as she received a so-called “hotdish” as a welcome gift. “I had no clue what it was,”...

Courtesy Anna Murphy-Pociask — 

UWO alumna Anna Murphy-Pociask has traveled the country this summer driving an Oscar Meyer Wienermobile.

UWO alumna travels country in Wienermobile

Mattie Beck, Arts and Entertainment Editor August 30, 2023

Anna Murphy-Pociask graduated from UW Oshkosh last spring, and  one of the first things she did after was go back to school. But it wasn’t just any school.  It was Hotdog High. Murphy-Pociask,...

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