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

Disability Advocates fight back

The Advance-Titan Staff May 15, 2024

Last week, the UW Oshkosh Disability Advocacy group staged a walkout after compiling a 12-page document titled “Issues and Demands: Addressing ADA and 504 Violations at UW Oshkosh for Students.”  In...

Michael Buckner / The Advance Titan - According to the NIH, 24% of college students are e-cigarette
users, and the prevalence of cardiovascular disease symptoms is
doubled in comparison to non-users

Drop your vape and pick up yourself

Cassidy Johnson, Opinion Editor May 15, 2024

Created and advertised originally to “help” those addicted to cigarettes, vapes came out on the scene in 2003 as a “healthy” alternative to smoking and have gotten increasingly popular since then....

Letter to the Editor: Get rid of FAFSA

Christina McCarty, Writer May 10, 2024

Millions of students rely on the FAFSA, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, to attend college. The form collects the student and their family’s personal and financial information and uses that...

Cinder’s perfect for a Friday Fish Fry

Izaac Downie, Staff Writer April 6, 2024

If you’re looking for a good Friday night fish fry, look no further than Cinder’s Charcoal Grill. I recently went there to enjoy some fried fish with friends, and I was thoroughly impressed. The fish...

Paks Sushi opens at Blackhawk

Pak’s Sushi opens at Blackhawk

Cassidy Johnson, Opinion Editor April 6, 2024

I’m not going to lie, I was stressed out after Scotty’s closed. As someone with food sensitivities, fruits, veggies and for some reason Scotty’s BLT are about the only things I can count on to not...

Photo Courtesy of Laura Johnson - Visit the Sugar Plum Fairy and check out her whimsical decorations.

Dive into the magical world of The Nutcracker

Cassidy Johnson, Web Editor December 6, 2023

If you’re like me, you dreaded leaving your festive, freshly-decked house over Thanksgiving break. Many college students can’t afford a full-size Christmas tree in our dorm rooms or apartments, so...

Brooke Hansen / Advance-Titan - For every $100 spent at a local business, about $68 stays in the community rather than the $43 that
remains if you shop nationally, according to Sustainable Connections.

Shop local this holiday season

Anya Kelley, Managing Editor December 6, 2023

As the holiday season rolls around, gift shopping can be hectic and stressful. While opting for big box stores and Amazon's quick shipping may be convenient, shopping from local retailers can help you...

Advance-Titan File Photo - UWO students are temporarily unable to declare a theater major due to low enrollment, but this temporary suspension may become
permanent if the program doesn’t find a way to market themselves and amp up enrollment.

Protect liberal arts curriculum

Aubrie Selsmeyer and Anya Kelley December 6, 2023

UW system President Jay Rothman suggested that UW universities “shift away” from liberal arts programs, particularly at campuses with low-income students, in an effort to steer students toward more...

Confessions of a Mall Santa

Confessions of a Mall Santa

Kelly Hueckman, Managing Editor December 6, 2023

Visiting Santa in the weeks leading up to Christmas has been a longstanding tradition for many families.  This year, Cassie Kappus, a mother of three, made over an hour-long drive to the Fox River...

Senior Send-Off: Katie Pulvermacher

Senior Send-Off: Katie Pulvermacher

Katie Pulvermacher, Editor-in-Chief December 6, 2023

The Advance-Titan office and its staff have been my home for the past three years. I wouldn’t be where I am today without the craziness of writing for UW Oshkosh’s student newspaper. Let’s break...

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