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

FIXED: Thank you for saving my life

FIXED: ‘Thank you for saving my life’

Jack Tierney, FIXED Writer October 28, 2020

The video showed grainy black and white images of a lifeless body lying on the ground as semi-trucks and motorists passed by. White clouds of condensation blew from the officers’ mouths as they moved...

Goodbye Grads: Jack Tierney

Goodbye Grads: Jack Tierney

Jack Tierney , Editor in Chief December 4, 2019

My time at the Advance-Titan is now like a fart downwind: someone else’s problem, and not mine to worry about. All gas aside, it was the most rewarding part of my undergraduate study at UW Oshkosh,...

130 students charged in government hoax

130 students charged in government hoax

Jack Tierney , Editor in Chief December 4, 2019

The U.S. government created a fake university to trap foreign national students in a Visa fraud scheme. After following through on their intentions, 130 foreign national students have been charged,...

State Representatives Gordon Hintz and Katrina Shankland hosted a town hall at UW Oshkosh Tuesday night.

“I think it’s policy makers who are failing”

Jack Tierney, Editor in Chief November 19, 2019

The United Faculty and Staff of Oshkosh partnered with UW Oshkosh College Democrats to host a Town Hall with state representatives Gordon Hintz (D–Oshkosh) and Katrina Shankland (D–Stevens Point)....

UWO considers restructuring colleges

UWO considers restructuring colleges

Jack Tierney, Editor in Chief November 13, 2019

The University is considering plans to restructure its current four-college system, which could change the names of colleges and schools, and move departments and programs to colleges that are closer aligned...

Historic architect honored

Jack Tierney, Editor in Chief November 7, 2019

An Oshkosh man is being celebrated for his work in architecture 125 years after his design plans were finalized. William Waters designed buildings throughout Wisconsin that are now listed on the National...

Axios co-founder talks career milestones, thanks his midwestern and UWO roots

Axios co-founder talks career milestones, thanks his midwestern and UWO roots

Jack Tierney, Editor in Chief November 7, 2019

It’s not that the co-founder of Axios has a disapproval for all other media outlets, it’s that he wants to have a commanding position over them. And no matter how far into the annals of the Nation’s...

System president announces retirement after 42 year career in higher education

Jack Tierney, Editor in Chief October 31, 2019

UW System President Ray Cross announced his retirement after a 42-year career in higher education. He served as president for five years and led 39,000 employees. He was responsible for the UW System’s...

System officials double-down on Free Speech bill

Jack Tierney, Editor in Chief October 23, 2019

The UW System president and Board of Regents president confirmed their faith in the Campus Free Speech Act, supported marginalized students, talked about getting hired and asserted that Wisconsin is a...

Aaron Wojciechowski announces he will be running for senate at the Winnebago County Courthouse.

Student sets sight on state senate

Jack Tierney, Editor in Chief October 16, 2019

Soon-to-be UW Oshkosh graduate Aaron Wojciechowski is running for Wisconsin’s 18th State Senate seat as a Democrat against incumbent Republican Dan Feyen. A 22-year-old Delavan, Wisconsin native,...

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