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The Advance-Titan

Independent Student Newspaper of UW Oshkosh Campuses

The Advance-Titan

Independent Student Newspaper of UW Oshkosh Campuses

The Advance-Titan

Mary Unger

Poetry of Black author articulates everyday experiences

Tom Antrim, Staff Writer February 15, 2022

The poetry of Gwendolyn Brooks, the first Black author to win the Pulitzer Prize, will be presented by Mary Unger on Wednesday to honor Black History Month and explain Brook’s ability to articulate everyday...

April Lee / Advance-Titan - Javin Mills does a COVID test at the Albee Hall testing site.

Leibold: Too early to eliminate masks for spring semester

Kyra Slakes, Staff writer December 7, 2021

UW Oshkosh hopes to further reduce or eliminate masks and COVID-19 testing mandates in the spring semester, but University Police Chief Kurt Leibold said it is too early to make that call. Part of the...

Amber Brockman / Advance-Titan
New overdose prevention kits were implemented around campus. Of the 37 overdose deaths in Winnebago County in 2020, 23 were men and 14 were women.

UWO installs overdose rescue kits

Amber Brockman, Managing Editor December 1, 2021

UW Oshkosh partnered with the Winnebago County Health Department and UW-Madison’s Wisconsin Voices for Recovery to install naloxone rescue kits in all residence halls on the Oshkosh campus, according...

‘All Too Well’ has an interesting backstory

Mattie Beck, Assistant Arts & Entertainment Editor November 30, 2021

Taylor Swift recently released another re-recording to add to her discography, this time with the album “Red (Taylor’s Version)." With all the previous songs re-recorded and a variety of other songs...

This week in UWO history

This week in UWO history

The Advance-Titan staff November 16, 2021

Nov. 18, 1962 — The Titan Marching Band establishes two firsts when it performs at the Green Bay Packer-Baltimore Colt football game at Lambeau Field. It marks the first appearance of the high stepping,...

Mallory Knight / Advance-Titan

Don’t leave money on the table: File the FAFSA

Kristi Cutts, Guest author November 16, 2021

Thanksgiving is right around the corner and if you’re going home to spend time with family, it’s a great opportunity to discuss financial aid. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA,...

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Animal agriculture linked to 17,900 air pollution deaths annually

Amber Brockman, Managing Editor November 3, 2021

Reduced air quality from agricultural emissions result in 17,900 deaths per year in the United States, according to a recent study published by the National Academy of Sciences. The study found that...

University Archives - Kenneth Grieb (center) sits with students at a Model UN competition.

Global impact: Late UWO international studies prof Kenneth Grieb’s legacy continues with professorship

Submitted news November 1, 2021

For more than five decades, the late international studies professor Kenneth Grieb changed the lives of University of Wisconsin Oshkosh students through his classroom teaching and his mentorship as adviser...

Face coverings will continue to be required of staff and visitors in city-operated buildings

Submitted news October 28, 2021

The city of Oshkosh continues to follow the guidance of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as it relates to COVID-19. The CDC’s recommendations for people who are fully vaccinated...

Chancellor Andrew Leavitt

Town hall meeting covers COVID-19 relief, commencement and student involvement

Katie Pulvermacher, News Editor October 26, 2021

Since Chancellor Andrew Leavitt’s last town hall meeting on Monday, UWO is now moving forward in plans with relaxing some of its mandates across campus and looking forward to end-of-semester commencement....

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