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The Gottfried Prairie and Arboretum contains 42 acres of plants and wildlife that were once prevalent in the Fond du Lac area.

UWO-FDL holds seed workshop

Emma Klein, Writer October 16, 2019

Community members participated in a seed collection and storage workshop at the UWO-Fond du Lac Campus as part of their prairie restoration and community education project last Saturday. Volunteers...

Aaron Wojciechowski announces he will be running for senate at the Winnebago County Courthouse.

Student sets sight on state senate

Jack Tierney, Editor in Chief October 16, 2019

Soon-to-be UW Oshkosh graduate Aaron Wojciechowski is running for Wisconsin’s 18th State Senate seat as a Democrat against incumbent Republican Dan Feyen. A 22-year-old Delavan, Wisconsin native,...

A host of UW Oshkosh defenders tackle UWSP running back ShamaJ Williams during the Titans’ 20-7 victory on Saturday.  UWO will face UW-Eau Claire next game in the team’s homecoming game.

Strong defense and special teams play propels Titans past Pointers

Greg Sense, Sports Reporter October 16, 2019

The UW Oshkosh Football team dominated UW-Stevens Point in a 20-7 victory last Saturday, keeping the Titans undefeated in conference play this season. The Titans, 2-0 in conference, and 4-1 overall,...

Regents move forward on free speech bill

Joseph Schulz, Managing Editor October 16, 2019

The UW System Board of Regents voted last Friday to advance a plan that would make it mandatory to punish students on UW System campuses for disrupting someone’s free speech. Under the policy, a student...

Map of US marijuana legislation

Wisconsin weed laws are half-baked

Bethanie Gengler, News Editor October 16, 2019

On Jan. 1, 2020, Illinois will officially legalize recreational marijuana and Wisconsin will be surrounded by weed. Illinois will join 10 other states that have legalized recreational marijuana and 33...

Staff and students discuss legalization of marijuana

Amber Brockman, Assistant News Editor October 16, 2019

Several UW Oshkosh students and a professor said they believe marijuana should be legalized in Wisconsin. UWO junior Jordan Evenson said he believes marijuana should be legalized and regulated similarly...

A placard was given to Dreamer Certificate Training participants.

Dreamer training held at UWO

Sophia Voight, News Reporter October 16, 2019

Last week the UW Oshkosh Student Organization of Latinos hosted a certificate training to introduce attendees to the unique issues immigrant students face in higher education and discuss ways UWO can support...

UWO disputes No. 2 rank for alcohol consumption

Lydia Westedt, Assistant News Editor October 16, 2019

"In 2016, the Oshkosh-Neenah area was ranked as the No. 2 drinking city in the United States, according to an article by CBS. Oshkosh was a close runner-up to Appleton, which was ranked at No. 1. The...

Contest winners Evan Meyers and Hannah Beyer receive an all expense-paid trip to Tampa, Florida.

N-Fit wins Elevator Pitch Competition

Megan Behnke, News Reporter October 16, 2019

The Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization and the Alta Resources Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation hosted the Elevator Pitch Contest on Oct. 8, where students pitched business ideas in 90 seconds...

UWO files motion to dismiss: Defendants say student’s 14th amendment claim is invalid

Joseph Schulz, Managing Editor October 16, 2019

An ongoing legal dispute between a John Doe and UW Oshkosh may be nearing its end as the university’s lawyer Anne Bensky and state Attorney General Josh Kaul filed a motion to dismiss the case on Oct....

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