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Campus ministry helps rebuild Houston over break

Nate Proell, Writer

March 29, 2018

Fifty-six UW Oshkosh students, staff and myself included dedicated their spring break through a campus ministry called His House Christian Fellowship to rebuild homes, businesses and churches in Texas that were affected by flood damage from Hurricane Harvey. Hurricane Harvey made landfall in southern...

National Poetry Month brings Poet Laureate to UW Oshkosh

Moira Danielson, News Writer

March 29, 2018

Karla Huston, a UW Oshkosh alumna, helped kick off National Poetry Month on Wednesday night in Sage Hall. Huston, the 2017-2018 Wisconsin Poet Laureate, has published eight chapbooks of poems, ranging in topics from ancient Greek gods to Hollywood movie stars. Houston said she found out she was...

Police searching for Webster Hall graffiti vandal

Nikki Brahm, News Writer

March 29, 2018

Graffiti was discovered on UW Oshkosh’s campus outside of Webster Hall on Friday, March 16 and was found to likely be related to another incident of graffiti that was recently discovered downtown, on the 100 block of High Avenue. Captain of Police Chris Tarmann said the graffiti found downtown...

UWO police to change overdose procedures after opioid epidemic

Moira Danielson, News Writer

March 29, 2018

The opioid epidemic has caused UW Oshkosh campus police to make subtle changes in their procedures as well as acquire a supply of an overdose reversal drug. UWO is part of a nine campus partnership with Adapt Pharma Inc., which supplies the schools with the Naloxone, otherwise known as Narcan, a...

Pop-up sessions allow students to relax

Morgan Van Lanen, Editor in Chief

March 29, 2018

UWO students are participating in coloring activities, relaxation exercises and guided meditation to focus on the present moment through Pop Up Mindfulness sessions at the counseling center. These sessions are intended for students to swing by for five or ten minutes during passing times or during...

UWO alumnus conducts research in Antarctica

Laura Dickinson, Managing Editor

March 29, 2018

UW Oshkosh alum Jason Coenen went to Antarctica during the 2013-2014 drilling season to study and to better understand the evolution of climate on Earth. Coenen, who graduated UWO in 2013, finished his master’s at Northern Illinois University after an expedition to do research of basin history in...

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