The Advance-Titan

Tuition freeze puts pressure on small depts.

Christina Basken November 30, 2017

According to UW Oshkosh Chancellor Andrew Leavitt, Governor Scott Walker’s tuition freeze is putting pressure on UWO and small departments like religious studies. “It’s putting tremendous stress...

You. Me. We. talks about prejudices

Colleen Huston November 30, 2017

GTC Dramatic Dialogues presented You. Me. We. an interactive program on racism, sexism, and LGBTQ issues on Wednesday, Nov. 29 in conjunction with the LGBTQ Resource Center, Women’s Center, Men of Color...

Gerrymandering threat explained to students

Nikki Brahm November 30, 2017

The Executive Director of Common Cause in Wisconsin, Jay Heck, spoke on gerrymandering, specifically in Wisconsin, and its main issues on Tuesday in the Reeve Union Theater. Heck discussed the issues...

Student governances demand involvement with merger transition

Moira Danielson November 30, 2017

The UW System Student Representatives sent out a letter to UW System President Ray Cross in hopes to get more student involvement with the merger transition process. According to the letter, the representatives...

Study shows 4% increase in hiring fall 2017 graduates

Moira Danielson November 30, 2017

The National Association of Colleges and Employers projected a four percent employment increase for students who are set to graduate this fall. Jaime Page-Stadler, director of Career Services at UW...

Menominee Tribe talks dangers of sulfide mining

Mckenzie Konop November 30, 2017

Menominee Nation members and speakers Tony Brown, Lori Stiles and Jerry Maynard said UW Oshkosh students need to learn about the dangers of sulfide mining and the effects of the Back 40 Mine on the Menominee...

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