The Advance-Titan

M.E. makes staff afraid of how much they love her

Laura Dickinson, Managing Editor

May 3, 2018

Because I am a master of embarrassing myself, I’ll start my senior send-off with an embarrassing story. It starts back to when I was driving back to my hometown for Easter weekend after our Advance-Titan staff meeting. As I was driving home, I remembered this was going to be the last time, while...

Web manager says goodbye after a decorated career

Kurt Ness, Web Editor

May 3, 2018

I started working for The Advance-Titan in Fall 2014 as just the web editor. I came down at 10 p.m., at the earliest, and would upload articles to the website until 2 or 3 a.m. That was my level of involvement until a new Editor-in-Chief, Katie Knox, was elected for the next semester. One of the first...

CC editor is forced to use crossword puzzle, resigns

Collin Goeman, Campus Connections Editor

May 3, 2018

It’s fitting that I start this sendoff the day before it must be done, down in the newsroom that’s become a home away from home. That’s how my experience started at The Advance-Titan, flying by the seat of my pants, not sure what I’m supposed to do or if I’m even doing it right. But all...

Copy chief bids a somber farewell to ladies night

Alyssa Grove, Copy Chief

May 3, 2018

To be honest with you, I honestly cannot remember how exactly I ended up in Reeve 19 with my name printed in the staff box of the Advance-Titan. Now that may sound strange, but despite not having joined this paper until fall of my junior year here it feels as though I’ve been a part of this paper since...

Opinion editor keeps it short and sweet

Erin Liston, Opinion Editor

May 3, 2018

It feels like it has been both forever and no time at all since I came to the A-T in september. Even between writing staff eds each week, communication problems with writers and layout struggles, it’s been wonderfully fun and not nearly enough time here. I feel like I should thank so many of y’all...

Sports journalist sticks to sports, sports, sports

Mike Johrendt, Sports Editor

May 3, 2018

What. A. Ride. Four years ago, if someone was to ask me where I saw myself in my senior year of college, being head sports editor having traveled 5,744 miles (roughly) all across the country to cover football and both basketball teams would have never crossed my mind. And yes, I did actually find...

The end of an era: News boys move on

Ti Windisch

December 7, 2017

[media-credit id=239 align="alignnone" width="300"][/media-credit] I can’t decide if it feels like it’s been 10 days or 10 years since I first came down to The Advance-Titan’s office in the dungeons of Reeve Memorial Union, scared, with no idea what I was walking into. When you join the A...

The end of an era: News boys move on

Alex Nemec

December 7, 2017

If there’s one thing I’ve never been great at it’s taking the first step to do something new. Whether it’s a new hobby, trying a new game or introducing myself to someone I idolize, my feet get colder than an Oshkosh winter wind. I’ve always needed that push to get me going. Like many teens,...

Spiderwoman leaves A-T

Jessica Johnson

May 4, 2017

[media-credit id=15 align="alignleft" width="159"][/media-credit] I am not one for goodbyes, but to keep with tradition, I’ll give it my best shot. Coming into college I was pretty uncertain of what I wanted to do with my life. I didn’t have a clear career path, but I didn’t mind because I found excitem...

Advance-Titan journalist doesn’t fail stats, finally graduates

Jessica Zemlicka

December 8, 2016

[media-credit name="Courtesy of Jessica Zemlicka" align="alignleft" width="300"][/media-credit] [Web-Dorado_Zoom]     I started at the Advance-Titan in Fall 2014. It was six months after I had my son and my life was changing rapidly. I enrolled in my first courses at UW Oshkosh...

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