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

Courtesy of UW Oshkosh Today-- Oksana Katsanivska started lecturing at UWO after having to leave her home and extended family in Ukraine due to the Russo-Ukrainian war. She said that although she
enjoys working in the U.S., she only views this a “temporary measure.”

Forced to find a new home: UWO a temporary solution for Ukrainian lecturer

Anya Kelley, Assistant News Editor November 30, 2022

Oksana Katsanivska has been living and teaching in the United States since she left her home in Iziaslav, Ukraine due to the Russo-Ukrainian war. Katsanivska moved to Wisconsin with her husband and...

Katie Pulvermacher / The Advance-Titan-- Mark your calendars! Election Day is almost here and Lyft is offering 50% off up to $10 in ride credits to help people get to the polls. Enter code VOTE22 in the Lyft app. Offer available on Nov. 8 only. 

Vote, fools!

Megan LaFond, Writer November 2, 2022

Editor's Note: Headlines are written by Advance-Titan editors. Staff writers are not responsible for any headline given. You can’t help but know that an election will be held next week. You likely...

Photo creds: Liam Beran / The Advance-Titan -- Ho-Chunk Nation Supreme Court Justice Tricia Zunker addressed women’s healthcare, reproductive rights and indigenous issues.

Ho-chunk justice discusses body autonomy

Liam Beran, Writer September 21, 2022

Ho-Chunk Nation Supreme Court Associate Justice Tricia Zunker encouraged UW Oshkosh students and others who oppose the June 2022 Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization decision to take action by...

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Challenges of a transfer student

William Brush, Writer September 21, 2022

With summer over and the new semester just beginning, I’d like to give some advice to my fellow transfer students, and perhaps warn those considering transferring to another college.  When I officially...

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Shanties cover Lake Winnebago during sturgeon spearing time

Prehistoric fish creates community, camaraderie

Anya Kelley, Staff Writer March 1, 2022

For up to 16 days each February, a small city pops up on Lake Winnebago as sturgeon spearers come from around the nation for a chance to spear the prehistoric fish that can easily weigh more than 150 pounds.   Spearers...

Students’ opinions clash on UW Oshkosh English professors conduct

Students’ opinions clash on UW Oshkosh English professor’s conduct

Heidi Docter and Kaitlyn Scoville December 9, 2020

A UW Oshkosh professor who has received two harassment complaints by students within the last three years has many positive reviews on Rate My Professors and mainly full classes every semester. For many...

UWO alumnus returns to teach in geology department

Lexi Wojcik-Kretchmer, News Writer December 9, 2020

Max Schwid, UW Oshkosh alumnus, came back to UWO for the fall semester in a break from his Ph.D. program to teach in the geology department. Schwid was a student at UWO from 2013 and graduated in...

UWO Alum John Statz graduated in 2006 and now lives in Colorado where he makes music.

Q&A with UWO alum and musician John Statz

Kaitlyn Scoville September 3, 2020

John Statz is a musician and UW Oshkosh alumnus who attended from fall 2002 to spring 2006 with a double major in music and history. He grew up in Dane, Wis., and now lives in Denver, Colo. as a part-time...

AP marks ‘Black’ as cultural designator

AP marks ‘Black’ as cultural designator

Cody Weisner September 3, 2020

On June 19 the Associated Press Stylebook announced they would capitalize Black as a cultural designator, a decision made in response to the police killing of George Floyd one month prior and after years...

Dare I say we’re a dairy state?

Dare I say we’re a dairy state?

Amber Brockman, News Editor September 3, 2020

Wisconsin is widely known as the Dairy State, but that wasn’t always the case. Dairy farming has been a valuable Wisconsin industry since the late 1800s, according to the Wisconsin Historical Society....

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