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Students and faculty members engage in a panel to attempt to define terrorism.

COLS hosts panel on terrorism

Amber Brockman, Writer April 18, 2019

UW Oshkosh College of Letters and Science professors held the panel “Why is it so Difficult to Define Terrorism” last Friday followed by a question and answer session open to faculty, staff and students. Event...

UW Oshkosh hosted “Hmong Women Share Stories of Hmong Culture and Surviving Genocide” in Reeve Union on April 16 by welcoming local individuals to share their stories through presentations and videos.

Hmong women share stories of surviving genocide

Megan Behnke, Writer April 18, 2019

On April 16, UW Oshkosh Quest III students showed presentations and videos of Hmong women's’ stories of their survival strategies in the face of genocide and their building of a new life in the Fox Valley. UWO...

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Women’s Center intern exposes hidden crime

Human trafficking in the area was examined at a presentation on Monday, which presented victims from Oshkosh and Appleton and the truth about I-41 and I-94
Nikki Brahm, Assistant News Editor April 18, 2019

Amelia Gonzales, an intern at the UW Oshkosh Women’s Center, presented “Exposing the Hidden Crime of Human Trafficking” on Monday, with goals to raise awareness about human trafficking and to encourage...

UWO students and staff participate in the 10th annual LGBTQ+ Ally March by holding a silent march in Reeve Memorial Union due to inclimate weather.

LGBTQ+ Ally March storms campus

Zack Dion, Writer April 18, 2019

UW Oshkosh held its 10th Annual LGBTQ+ Ally March Wednesday in the Reeve Union Ballroom. This year marks the addition of the “+” to the end of the title as well as the highest number of sponsors...

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Leavitt welcomed Hagen back to UWO in 2018

Christina Basken, News Editor April 18, 2019

On Feb. 19, 2018, after receiving a final case report, UW Oshkosh Chancellor Andrew Leavitt decided to take Willis Hagen, a professor in the department of finance and business law in the College of Business,...

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87 UWO employees affected after losing contract with Sodexo

Calvin Skalet , Editor-in-Chief April 18, 2019

There will be a new company in charge of dining services on the UW Oshkosh campuses next fall as UWO and Sodexo will not renew their current contract. Dean of Students Art Munin sent a mass email informing...

UWO transfer process to become a smoother transition for students

Joseph Schulz, Regional News Editor April 18, 2019

"Students transferring to UW Oshkosh from UW-Fox Valley or UW-Fond du Lac will no longer have to apply to UWO. Starting next school year, all three campuses will have a universal course catalog. Director...

Latinx/Hispanos Unidos: a new student organization available to students

Kaitlyn Scoville, Writer April 18, 2019

Latinx/Hispanos Unidos (LHU) is a new student organization at UW Oshkosh for Latinx and Hispanic students and their allies to bring education and awareness to the campus community. LHU’s motto is...

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