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The Cabinet’s Student Director Joy Evans prepares to cut a ribbon at the food pantry’s opening ceremony. Chancellor Leavitt and Karen Walsh, a member of the UW System Board of Regents, both spoke at the event.

Food pantry opens in Reeve Union

Carter Uslabar, Editor In Chief February 12, 2020

The Cabinet, UW Oshkosh’s new campus food pantry, opened Tuesday afternoon in Reeve Memorial Union’s Titan Underground and will be open to all Oshkosh campus students. The Cabinet was created in...

Polk Library budget cuts continue into the Spring semester, resulting in loss of resources.

Budget cuts constrain Polk Library resources

Adam Fishnick, Reporter February 12, 2020

Cuts to Polk Library’s budget continue as the spring semester gets underway, causing the library to lose resources. Polk Library Director Sarah Neises said the price for online databases increases 3-5%...

Stop the Bleed kits are attached to automated external defibrillators around the UWO campus.

Stop the Bleed kits donated to UWO

Amber Brockman, News Editor February 12, 2020

Aurora Medical Center donated 30 “Stop the Bleed” kits to UW Oshkosh in an effort to increase safety on campus during emergency situations. “These kits are designed to save lives when someone...

The coronavirus has infected over 37,000 people around the world, including one confirmed case in Wisconsin.

Coronavirus infects 37,000 people

Cody Barnes, Reporter February 12, 2020

Over 37,000 people around the globe are infected with 2019-nCoV, or more commonly referred to as the coronavirus, surpassing the deaths caused by SARS with over 800 dead, according to The Guardian. There...

UWO Go has provided over 2,000 rides since it launched.

UWO Go provides safe rides

Joseph Schulz, Managing Editor February 12, 2020

UWO Go, a transportation service for students, has exploded in popularity, providing over 2,000 rides since its launch. The service is app-based and works similar to Uber or Lyft, and replaced a program...

Graduate student tuition set to increase

Joseph Schulz, Managing Editor February 12, 2020

Tuition for graduate students at UW Oshkosh will increase by 2% in the 2020-21 academic year after the UW System Board of Regents unanimously approved tuition increases at six universities on Feb. 7. UW-Milwaukee,...

Students volunteered during a service-based trip to Puerto Rico over winter break. They left on Jan. 25 and returned Jan. 31.

Alternative break offers adventure

Lexi Wojcik-Kretchmer, Reporter February 12, 2020

This past winter break, nine students and an adviser packed their bags for a seven-hour flight to Puerto Rico on Jan. 25 and came home Jan. 31. These students got some free time to enjoy the beautiful...

UWO offers free applications

Hannah Scott, Reporter February 12, 2020

From Jan. 27 to Feb. 2, UW Oshkosh conducted its first ever free application week, which applied to undergraduate and graduate students alike across all three of UW Oshkosh’s campuses — Oshkosh, Fond...

Former administrators plead guilty

Joseph Schulz, Managing Editor February 12, 2020

After a legal battle that lasted for almost two years, two former UW Oshkosh administrators pleaded guilty last month to felony misconduct charges. In a plea deal on Jan. 15, Former Chancellor Richard...

Former UWW professor sues UW System

Former UWW professor sues UW System

Joseph Schulz, Managing Editor February 12, 2020

A former UW-Whitewater professor is suing the UW System Board of Regents for allegedly violating his right to free speech and due process when firing him. The lawsuit, filed in the Eastern District...

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