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

Chlamydia determined most commonly tested-for STI at UWO

Morgan Van Lanen, Editor-in-Chief May 2, 2018

One in two sexually active persons will contract a sexually transmitted infection by the age of 25, according to the American Sexual Health Association. Although this is a national statistic, STIs are...

UW Credit Union talks loan debt

Morgan Van Lanen, Editor-in-Chief April 19, 2018

Seventy-one percent of students who graduate from a four-year University have loan debt according to the Institute for College Access and Success’ study in 2012. At public colleges, the average loan...

US military involvement in Syria sparks protest

Morgan Van Lanen, Editor in Chief April 11, 2018

UWO students and alumni could be found outside Dempsey Hall this morning, protesting the U.S. military involvement in Syria. The protesters said they worry World War III is on the horizon.            

OSA election race is over

Laura Dickinson and Morgan Van Lanen April 5, 2018

2018 OSA Elections Results 1,297 students cast their votes to decide the UW Oshkosh Student Association president, vice president and senator-elect for next term, starting May 1 the week before spring...

Pop-up sessions allow students to relax

Morgan Van Lanen, Editor in Chief March 29, 2018

UWO students are participating in coloring activities, relaxation exercises and guided meditation to focus on the present moment through Pop Up Mindfulness sessions at the counseling center. These sessions...

Marriage therapist discusses maturity

Morgan Van Lanen, Editor in Chief March 15, 2018

Students learned about romantic attraction and emotional maturity at Isabell Springer’s presentation through the UWO Speaker Series. Springer is a marriage and relationship therapist and the founder...

Campus officials discuss norovirus expenses

Morgan Van Lanen, Editor-in-Chief March 1, 2018

While students were stuck in bathrooms suffering from vomiting and diarrhea when the norovirus hit UW Oshkosh on Feb. 5, campus officials were taking the advice of outside health experts to stock up on...

UWO Career Services hosts semesterly open house to display resources available to students

Morgan Van Lanen, Editor in Chief February 22, 2018

UWO Career Services held its semesterly open house event on Tuesday afternoon to show students what types of services it has to offer. According to service engagement assistant at Career Services, Bryan...

College ponders potential cuts

Morgan Van Lanen, Editor in Chief February 15, 2018

The UW Oshkosh College of Letters and Science is facing a potential budget cut of $1.2 million over the next two academic school years, according to the college’s dean, Colleen McDermott. McDermott...

Records reveal harassment

Morgan Van Lanen February 8, 2018

Eighteen cases involving different types of harassment, discrimination and violations of the consensual relationship policy between students and campus employees were reported between 2014-17 at the University...

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