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Students raising green for change

Jack Tierney, Editor in Chief

October 2, 2019

Two UW Oshkosh political science students have started a campaign to plant 50 trees throughout Oshkosh in hopes of inspiring other students to do their part in the battle against climate change. Sophomores Ethan Watt and Grant Steffen said they organized a fundraiser for their campaign and reached...

UWO adds new sex assault advocate position

Amber Brockman, Assistant News Editor

October 2, 2019

UW Oshkosh has created a new advocate position, the sexual & interpersonal violence prevention coordinator, with the goal of creating a position with a more consistent funding source as it ends its sexual assault and violence services with Reach Counseling. UWO Dean of Students Art Munin said...

Kanye West’s ‘Jesus is King’ delayed

October 2, 2019

Kanye West’s newest album, “Jesus is King,” was scheduled for release on Sept. 27, as teased by an Aug. 29 tweet by Kim Kardashian West, but failed to make an appearance, even after a two day delay. The album’s delay represents a growing trend in the music industry where release dates are...

Peregrine falcons hatched at UWO

Peregrine falcons hatched at UWO

October 2, 2019

Last June, two peregrine falcons hatched on the top of Gruenhagen Conference Center at UW Oshkosh in an effort to help increase the falcon population in Wisconsin. The two falcons were named Foxy and Fondy in tribute to the additions of the access campuses, UWO-Fond du Lac and UWO-Fox Cities, based...

Wisconsin’s brain drain problem

Joe Schulz, Managing Editor

October 2, 2019

Wisconsin isn’t a stranger to top 10 lists as it’s routinely one of the top 10 cheese-producing states in the nation, but over the last few decades it has found itself on a list it doesn’t want to be on. Wisconsin is one of the top 10 states in the United States where college graduates move...

LGBTQ panel discusses discrimination

LGBTQ panel discusses discrimination

Megan Behnke, News Writer

October 1, 2019

The LGBTQ+ Resource Center hosted a panel at the Campus Center for Equity and Diversity involving queer and trans individuals who discussed positive and negative experiences in the workplace. Panelist Artemis Burnett said in his experience, where you work and who you work with affects whether you...

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