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Burglaries rise near campus

Burglaries rise near campus

Nikki Brahm, Assistant News editor October 4, 2018

The Oshkosh Police Department is warning students to lock their doors in light of recent burglaries surrounding UW Oshkosh. According to a news release issued by the City of Oshkosh Police Department,...

Cutouts of Oshkosh residents during World War I are displayed on the third floor of Reeve Memorial Union.

UW Oshkosh remembers World War I events

Max Honzik, News Writer October 4, 2018

A World War I centennial event takes place Oct. 2 through Oct. 4 at UW Oshkosh featuring faculty presentations, which examine the time period through many different lenses including art, culture, language...

UW Oshkosh journalism radio/TV/film and public relations student Ryan Taylor gets to know the local kids while studying abroad.

Q & A with UWO student Ryan Taylor on studying abroad

Christina Basken, News Editor October 4, 2018

Q. Why did you decide to study abroad? A. I’ve always been interested in traveling and studying abroad provided me an opportunity to do so while also pursuing an education. Q. What courses did...

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Former Sodexo employee Karen Anderson awaits for sentencing

Christina Basken, News Editor October 4, 2018

Former UW Oshkosh Sodexo employee Karen Anderson pleaded guilty on Sept. 27 to charges of stealing $308,709.89 from the food service provider. Her sentencing hearing is set for Dec. 3 in Winnebago...

UW Oshkosh to host annual study abroad fair

Holly Gilvary, News Writer October 4, 2018

The Office of International Studies will be hosting a study abroad fair from noon to 4 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 11 in Reeve Memorial Union. Director of the Office of International Studies Jenna Graff...

Entrepreneurs to pitch ideas

Bailey McClellan, Writer October 4, 2018

UW Oshkosh is hosting the Elevator Pitch Contest and the Lucas Spivey and the Mobile Incubator event Oct. 17 at the Music Hall Auditorium to help student entrepreneurs bring their visions to life. The...

UW Oshkosh Police Officer Sabel pleads not guilty to allegations

Christina Basken, News Editor October 4, 2018

A UW Oshkosh police officer on administrative leave pleaded not guilty to operating a firearm while intoxicated and disorderly conduct in connection with domestic abuse during his initial court appearance...

Students learn about new technologies, gain career advantages

Joseph Schulz, News Writer October 4, 2018

UW Oshkosh hosted the inaugural TechTalk, an event designed to educate students about new technologies being used in northeastern Wisconsin. The event featured three keynote speakers: product manager...

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