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Flu shot clinics set for October

, Reporter

October 3, 2019

For some students, fall is a season that includes changing leaves, pumpkin pie and cozy sweater weather. For others, fall may be a time of coughs, sneezes, fevers and the flu. At UW Oshkosh, flu shot drop-in clinics will be available throughout October. UWO senior Tatum Houlihan said she isn’t...

STDs and STIs on the rise among students

Lydia Westedt, Assistant News Editor

October 3, 2019

The UW Oshkosh Student Health Center on campus is offering free STI testing through Oct. 4 as part of the Red Zone awareness campaign. The Red Zone occurs during the first six weeks of school when sexual assaults are statistically more likely to happen. Director of the UWO Student Health Center...

UWO’s nursing program ranked 4th in state

Sophia Voight, Reporter

October 3, 2019

Current and potential nursing students of UW Oshkosh can feel assured they are getting a quality nursing education as UWO’s undergraduate nursing program ranks among the top nursing schools in the state, according to the “2019 List of the Best Nursing Schools in Wisconsin” on The...

UWO-Fox Cities’ laser lights are lit

Bethanie Gengler, News editor

October 3, 2019

Virtual reality, laser animation, music and a three-dimensional experience minus the 3D glasses are just a few things visitors to the Barlow Planetarium on the UWO-Fox Cities Campus can expect. Although the UWO-FC campus has had a planetarium since 1961, the Barlow Planetarium was opened in 1...

UWO responds to alleged constitutional violation

Joe Schulz, Managing Editor

October 3, 2019

In an ongoing legal battle between a John Doe and UW Oshkosh, the university’s lawyer Anne Bensky and Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul filed a response to Doe’s allegation on Sept. 25 that the university violated his constitutional right to due process. Doe filed a lawsuit against UWO on Sept....

Assault, batteries up; burglaries down

Jack Tierney, Editor in chief

October 2, 2019

The University Police released their 2019 crime report, showing that burglaries were down 86% and thefts were down 66% from 2014-2018. Between 2017 and 2018, sexual assaults went from 5 to 4 victims, respectively, while assaults, batteries and robberies went up. Four rapes were reported in 2018:...

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