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

Letter to the Editor — Increase Student Employment Wages

Jenna Freeman December 16, 2021

UW Oshkosh needs student workers, but at what price? I strongly recommend that the UW Oshkosh campus raises their student employment rate of pay to at least $10 per hour. With a quick Google search,...

Letter to the Editor — Making Menstrual Products Free

Katherine Davies December 16, 2021

Making menstrual products free and eradicating the infamous Pink Tax is not a new topic, and has been widely discussed among the media, but not much has changed. As a woman who has her period every month,...

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Men’s basketball keeps the ball rolling

Jacob Link, Sports Writer December 8, 2021

The UW-Oshkosh men’s basketball team (6-1, 1-0 WIAC) won their Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference  season opener against UW-Eau Claire (5-2, 0-1 WIAC) 69-60 on Dec. 1. The 10th-ranked Titans...

Katie Pulvermacher /Advance-Titan - UWO Education sophomore Alaina Wagner works on a class assignment. She says pay won’t change her mind about her intended occupation.

Teacher shortage likely to outlast pandemic

Katie Pulvermacher, News Editor December 7, 2021

School districts are searching for more teachers that do not exist. The pandemic’s consequences, disadvantages in pay and time teaching are contributing to a nationwide teacher shortage sure to outlast...

This month in UWO history

This month in UWO history

December 7, 2021

Dec. 9, 1987: Former Gov. Anthony Earl speaks on campus. His talk was in conjunction with the UW Oshkosh Young Democrats’ monthly meetings.  Dec. 10, 1868: The Board of Regents adopt the building...

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Tax time tips: How to rock your return

Kristi Cutts, Guest Columnist December 7, 2021

Filing your taxes, like any formal interaction with the government, can feel intimidating, but it really doesn’t have to be! This tax season, take steps ahead of time to make filing your taxes as painless...

Selena Yang will graduate in December.

A message to December graduates

Selena Yang, Columnist December 7, 2021

Life consists of experiences, opinions, words of wisdom, failures and successes that ultimately shape us into the people we are today. I ask each and every one of you to think and ask yourselves: “Who...

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Sophia Voight was a news reporter for The Advance-Titan for a semester before becoming the Opinion section editor. Beginning
in fall 2020, she served as the Assistant News Editor.

News editor realizes she majored in journalism: ‘Rats!’

Sophia Voight, Assistant News Editor May 5, 2021

A common spite made in our newsroom is “how could you be a journalism major and not work for your student newspaper?” Walk into most journalism courses and they’ll probably give you a speech...

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Johnson & Johnson vaccine resumes in state as variant cases increase

Sophia Voight, Assistant News Editor April 28, 2021

The Winnebago County Health Department (WCHD) resumed administering the Johnson & Johnson (J&J) vaccine as COVID-19 cases caused by virus variants increased across the state. Wisconsin temporarily...

Graphic by Amanda Hollander

UW System won’t require COVID-19 vaccination

Sophia Voight, Assistant News Editor April 21, 2021

As the list of college campuses requiring students to have their COVID-19 vaccine for fall grows, the UW System campuses will exempt vaccinated students from testing requirements, but won’t mandate vaccinations. Duke...

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