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Photo of students using the simulator.

Simulator provides realistic police training

Bailey McClellan, News Writer November 8, 2018

Two officers approach a man in an underpass filled with graffiti where there have been reports of an adult male waving a gun and exhibiting disturbing behavior. The man turns around, revealing dark circles...

Candles are lit to honor the victims of the shooting.

UWO honors victims of Pittsburgh shooting

Neal Hogden , Managing Editor November 8, 2018

The UW Oshkosh Campus Center for Equity and Diversity held a community vigil for victims of the Pittsburgh Synagogue shooting Oct. 27. Students honored the 11 victims by lighting a candle for each of them,...

UWO to host mental health events

UWO to host mental health events

Thursday, Friday events to focus on breaking stigmas
Jordyn Schraeder, News Writer November 8, 2018

“I feel there are many negative stigmas attached to mental health among all groups,” said Michelle McChesney, a graduate student in the Professional Counseling Program. “In general, people see mental...

Political issues are discussed before the night of the midterm election.

Students debate political issues

Joseph Schulz, News Writer November 8, 2018

Over 100 students came to Reeve Union Ballroom to watch the College Democrats and Republicans of UW Oshkosh debate issues such as gun control, education and immigration the night before the midterm election. The...

UWO students wait in line at Reeve Memorial Union to cast their vote in the 2018 midterm election.

Democrats take control of the House

Joseph Schulz, News Writer November 8, 2018

Democrats took control of the U.S. House of Representatives while republicans maintained their majority in the Senate after Tuesday’s midterm elections. Tony Evers became the 46th governor of Wisconsin...

A dancer participates in the UWO Inter-Tribal Student Organization Wisconsin Hall of Fame Powwow in Albee Hall Saturday.

ITSO hosts the Wisconsin Hall of Fame Powwow

Holly Gilvary, News Writer November 8, 2018

UW Oshkosh’s Inter-Tribal Student Organization hosted the Wisconsin Hall of Fame Powwow last Saturday at Albee Hall. Though it hasn’t been hosted consistently, the powwow on UWO’s campus began...

UWO to host Black Thursday Remembered: 50 years later

UWO to host Black Thursday Remembered: 50 years later

Christina Basken, News Editor November 8, 2018

UW Oshkosh will host the “Black Thursday Remembered” event on Nov. 14 and 15 to honor the 50th anniversary of a historic event that took place on campus in 1968. On Nov. 21, 94 African American...

Faculty union opposes increased workloads

Nikki Brahm, Assistant News Editor November 8, 2018

Concerns regarding faculty research and benefits are at the forefront of conversation among the College of Letters and Science faculty and staff, especially for the United Faculty and Staff of Oshkosh,...

UW Oshkosh to host business model competition

Megan Behnke, Writer November 8, 2018

The Alta Resources Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at UW Oshkosh will host the Culver’s Business Model Competition on Nov. 14 for student entrepreneurs, where the top three students will receive...

UWO earns a ‘red light’ rating

Christina Basken, News Editor November 8, 2018

The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education recently rated the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh with FIRE’s worst “red light” rating for severely restricting students’ speech rights on campus. ...

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