The Advance-Titan

Safety Shuttle aims to make campus safer, more efficient

Maxwell Honzik December 7, 2017

A Saferide program, which would offer students the option to be given a ride to their destination instead of the traditional Safewalk option, is still in the testing phase at UW Oshkosh. The idea...

New OZZI system offers a green option for students

Alex Nemec December 7, 2017

UW Oshkosh is offering students a green, alternative container to use at Garden Toss, funded by The Green Committee, in Reeve Marketplace, to reduce the use of plastic and non-recyclable containers. The...

Dogs, pizza help students de-stress

Moira Danielson December 7, 2017

De-stress Fest After Dark offered UW Oshkosh students the opportunity to step back from their studies and let off some steam. The free event was held last Friday night in Reeve Memorial Union and...

UW Oshkosh alumna named Poet Laureate of Wisconsin

Christina Basken December 7, 2017

UW Oshkosh alumna Karla Huston was named the Poet Laureate of Wisconsin. According to the Wisconsin Poet Laureate Commission, the duty of a Wisconsin’s Poet Laureate is to “strive to enrich the...


Nate Proell December 7, 2017

For the second season in a row and for the third time in program history, the UW Oshkosh Titans football team has advanced to the semifinal round of the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division...

Outspoken Dreamers talk DACA future

Nikki Brahm December 7, 2017

Cendi Trujillo Tena and Cristal Tinajero, from the YES branch of Voces De La Frontera, spoke at a Center of Equity event on undocumented immigrants in the U.S. and the threats they face involving deportation...

OSA election trouble leads to new rules

Calvin Skalet December 7, 2017

The Oshkosh Student Association has revised the rules for taking away percentages of votes for OSA presidential elections. The revisions came after problems occurred during last year’s OSA presidential...

TRIO means more than three

Michael Johrendt December 7, 2017

The Campus Center for Equity and Diversity, CCED for short, is tucked away and nestled in between college houses on West Irving and Elmwood avenues. Located across the street from Horizon Village on the...

Fill the Backpack helps former inmates get back on their feet

Colleen Huston December 7, 2017

The UW Oshkosh Student Social Work Association partnered with Goodwill’s Community Circles of Support program on a Fill the Backpack Drive which ended Dec. 1. SSWA treasurer Kylie Kostka said the...

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