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

Lauren Freund moves on from the A-T newsroom to graduation.

Opinion editor says goodbye to the A-T

Lauren Freund , Opinion Editor December 6, 2018

Well, I guess it’s time to say goodbye. When I joined the Advance-Titan after transferring from another school, I didn’t realize how much of an impact it would have on me. Most of my time was...

Dave “Doc” Lippert, who started the journalism dept., teaches a student how to use a camera.

Tech changes keep journalists always learning

Lauren Freund, Opinion Editor October 18, 2018

From typewriters to Mac computers, the UW Oshkosh Department of Journalism has experienced significant changes in technology over the past 50 years. Alumna Mary Bergin, ’73, experienced the Department...

Theatre department performs final show

Lauren Fruend, News Writer May 3, 2018

"Over the weekend, the UW Oshkosh theatre department performed “The Tempest” as its final production of the school year. The production was successful with a total of nearly 700 people seeing the...

The Tempest closes out the semester with magic

Lauren Freund, Campus Connections Writer April 26, 2018

The UW Oshkosh theatre department will be performing it’s final production of the semester, “The Tempest,” this weekend from April 26 to April 29. “The Tempest” is a Shakespearean play about...

UWO PRSSA hosts Cycle of Life Event

Lauren Freund, Campus Connections Writer April 19, 2018

Each year, the Public Relations Student Society of America sponsors the National Organ Donation Awareness competition, this year deciding to organize Cycle of Life. The event featured cyclist Bill Conner...

Student bands selected for Bye Gosh Fest openers

Lauren Freund, Campus Connections Writer April 12, 2018

Following a battle-of-the-bands-style contest to decide the opener of Bye Gosh fest, Eminence and EvryOne + The Melodic Prodigies were chosen as the openers for T-Pain on May 3. Eminence is an all-female...

“Find Me” looks at mental illness

Lauren Freund, Campus Connections Writer March 8, 2018

The UWO theatre department’s next production, “Find Me,” is a one-act play completely run by students, which focuses on the lives and problems of characters that do not interact with one another....

Bateman team fights childhood cancer

Lauren Freund, Campus Connections Writer March 1, 2018

Students on the UW Oshkosh Bateman team have launched their campaign, “Ignite Action With Purpose” and are looking to raise awareness of childhood cancer and research. The Bateman Case Study is...

Level Up! creates a dialogue on sexism in gaming

Lauren Freund, Campus Connections Writer February 22, 2018

Level Up! A Feminist Gaming Initiative, invites students of all backgrounds to come together on Tuesday nights to discuss popular issues in gaming culture and play games that illustrate the initiative’s...

Comedian rings in spring with laughs

Lauren Freund February 8, 2018

Comedian Andy Erikson helped bring in the new semester with a laugh by providing stories and jokes to the students of UW Oshkosh last Thursday night. Erikson, originally from Ham Lake, Minnesota, has...

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