Independent Student Newspaper of UW Oshkosh Campuses

The Advance-Titan

Independent Student Newspaper of UW Oshkosh Campuses

The Advance-Titan

Independent Student Newspaper of UW Oshkosh Campuses

The Advance-Titan

Since 1917, women have worked to solidify their place in military service. For some women it’s about family tradition. For others it’s about the pride. But for all women it’s about saying

Kierra Carr October 18, 2017

Misti Brosig sat in an office where an American flag stood behind her. She was dressed in a uniform filled with a variety of dark green, brown and tan spots, a neatly tied-up bun and worn boots. She...

Students can Be The Match

Kierra Carr April 12, 2017

Be The Match, a organization dedicated to helping people who have bone marrow disorders, will hold a registration drive at Reeve Union concourse next week for students who want to donate. The registration...

Food pantry serves campus community

Kierra Carr April 5, 2017

Since January, the UW Oshkosh Division of Academic Support of Inclusive Excellence and the Oshkosh Area Food Pantry have been helping UWO students by delivering food to those who need assistance. “We...

RUB appoints new leadership to its executive board

Kierra Carr March 29, 2017

Reeve Union Board appointed seven executive board members, including one incumbent and six new members, in its annual appointment process. RUB Special Events Coordinator Clara Hewins said RUB events...

Student Health Advisory Committee looks to ban tobacco, e-cigarettes on campus

Kierra Carr February 23, 2017

The Student Health Advisory Committee has collected more than 200 signatures, with more coming in, to pass a bill which would make the UW Oshkosh campus tobacco-free. Amy Hodel, a member of the Student...

‘March for 22’ raises awareness of veteran suicide

Kierra Carr November 17, 2016

The UW Oshkosh Student Veterans Association and the UWO Veteran’s Resource Center walked 2.2 miles Thursday to raise awareness for the 22 veterans who commit suicide each day. Army veteran and...

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