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Independent Student Newspaper of UW Oshkosh Campuses

The Advance-Titan

Independent Student Newspaper of UW Oshkosh Campuses

The Advance-Titan

Photo: Anya Kelley / Advance-Titan — While most of the U.S. calls public water faucets drinking fountains, the term bubbler is unique to Eastern Wisconsin and Boston.

Identities tied to how we speak

Kelly Hueckman, Managing Editor August 30, 2023

After moving to Wisconsin when she was 15, Massachusetts-born Payton Catron was left scratching her head as she received a so-called “hotdish” as a welcome gift. “I had no clue what it was,”...

Trent Allaback / Advance-Titan - Trent Allaback began working at the Advance-Titan in 2021 as a sports reporter and copy editor.

Copy editor diagnosed with eye fatigue

Trent Allaback, Copy Desk Editor May 3, 2023

I joined the Advance-Titan in the fall of 2021 during a tumultuous transition from UW Oshkosh-Fox Cities to the main campus of UW Oshkosh. I was very unsure where (or if) I would fit in at a place where...

Softball Senior Feature: Emily Cliver & Ana Iliopoulos

Nolan Swenson, Co-Sports Editor May 3, 2023

The spring season has brought forward two new UWO softball seniors to lead the team and set their legacy, Emily Cliver and Ana Iliopoulos. Cliver said that her appreciation for the sport started young,...

Courtesy of Fox Valley Army ROTC Battalion - Cadet Emily Rivero ascends a rope as a part of the confidence obstacle course out at Fort McCoy.

Beyond the textbook: UW Oshkosh ROTC students taught skills that last a lifetime

Aubrie Selsmeyer, Opinion Editor April 20, 2023

Reserve Officers' Training Corps (ROTC) teaches students lessons and leadership skills that far outweigh what can be taught in a standard classroom.  Members of the UW Oshkosh ROTC set off in Black...

Liam Beran / Advance-Titan-- Liam Beran wrote his first article for the Advance-Titan in 2020 before becoming a consistent news reporter in 2022. He plans to transfer schools to earn his bachelor’s degree in English.

Sophomore Sendoff

Liam Beran, Staff Writer December 7, 2022

When I think back on UW Oshkosh, there’s two things I think might come to mind: broken clocks and the student newspaper. I plan to transfer out of UWO  this coming spring semester. And though annoyance...

Barb Benish / The Advance-Titan-- Owen Peterson started writing for the Advance-Titan in 2019 before becoming the opinion editor
a year later. He then served as managing editor for the Spring 2020 semester and was then elected
editor-in-chief for his final semester at UWO.

Editor-in-Chief chugs final Bubbl’r

Owen Peterson, Previous Editor-in-Chief December 7, 2022

I don’t want to write this sendoff. If it were up to me, I would gladly continue to devote all of my Tuesday nights to causing chaos, having fun and occasionally producing a newspaper with everyone at...

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 December 1, 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...

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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...

Photo creds: The Advance-Titan Archives

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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