The Advance-Titan

Top 9 Tips To Survive Freshmen Year

Kellie Wambold

September 14, 2016

1. Join at least one campus organization. Organizations are a way to take a break from studying and pursue something you’re passionate about. Some organizations also help build leadership and field experience. 2. Don’t ask to go to the bathroom during class. Just quietly exit the classroom and return...

UWO Theater Department showcases musical

Kellie Wambold

April 27, 2016

The UW Oshkosh theater department is concluding its season with the musical comedy “The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee,” a musical that follows six young spellers deal with winning, losing and puberty. Written and composed in 2005 by Rachel Sheinkin and William Finn, director Bryan Vandevender...

250 students attend 17th Hands on Oshkosh

Kellie Wambold

April 20, 2016

More than 250 UW Oshkosh students went out into the Oshkosh community last Saturday for Hands on Oshkosh, a volunteer event that helps students connect with the city of Oshkosh. Hands on Oshkosh happens once every semester at UWO, and April 16 marked the 17th time students have reached out to the gre...

250 students attend 17th Hands on Oshkosh

Kellie Wambold

April 20, 2016

More than 250 UW Oshkosh students went out into the Oshkosh community last Saturday for Hands on Oshkosh, a volunteer event that helps students connect with the city of Oshkosh. Hands on Oshkosh happens once every semester at UWO, and April 16 marked the 17th time students have reached out to the greater...

Pam the Bear nominated for WAMI

Kellie Wambold

April 13, 2016

Local band Pam the Bear, which is comprised of several UW Oshkosh music students, is nominated for a Wisconsin Area Music Industry award in the category of Best New Artist. The “horn-driven rock” ska band is relatively new to the Wisconsin music scene, first appearing April 2015. “It’s weird because...

Heid Music promotes music education

Kellie Wambold

March 16, 2016

Heid Music is celebrating and promoting music education with The Big 10 Giveaway, a photo contest for elementary, middle and high schools to show off their music spirit. All month long, schools across Wisconsin have been submitting photos that represent their music programs to be voted on by the public....

Winter Fringe exhibits student talent

Kellie Wambold

March 9, 2016

The UW Oshkosh theater department will exhibit student talent as it hosts student-directed one act plays in its Winter Fringe Festival on March 10-12. During the year, the department produces several shows directed by theater professors but as part of their senior projects, three students have selected...

The Cat’s Pajamas entertains UWO

Kellie Wambold

March 2, 2016

The Cat’s Pajamas, an a cappella group of five, entertained all ages during their Students for Music-coordinated performance at UW Oshkosh on Feb. 26. As part of their Music in the Schools tour, The Cat’s Pajamas were part of the UWO music department’s Chamber Art Series. The Cat’s Pajamas was...

“Clybourne Park” generates laughter

Kellie Wambold

February 25, 2016

UW Oshkosh’s theatre department confronted heavy social issues while generating enormous laughs during its production of “Clybourne Park.” “Clybourne Park” is a newer play that mixes dark humor with current social issues like racism, gender roles and gentrification. UWO student Aaron Busse said...

UWO nominees perform in the Kennedy Center Theatre Festival

Kellie Wambold

February 11, 2016

UW Oshkosh theatre students further developed their theatre specialities at the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival on Jan. 6-10. KCACTF takes place throughout the country in eight different regions. UWO students attended the Region III festival, which also includes students from Michigan,...

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