The Advance-Titan

TO THE FINAL 4

Nate Proell

December 7, 2017

Filed under News, Sports

For the second season in a row and for the third time in program history, the UW Oshkosh Titans football team has advanced to the semifinal round of the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division III football championship...

Outspoken Dreamers talk DACA future

Nikki Brahm

December 7, 2017

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Cendi Trujillo Tena and Cristal Tinajero, from the YES branch of Voces De La Frontera, spoke at a Center of Equity event on undocumented immigrants in the U.S. and the threats they face involving deportation last Thursday at UW...

OSA election trouble leads to new rules

Calvin Skalet

December 7, 2017

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The Oshkosh Student Association has revised the rules for taking away percentages of votes for OSA presidential elections. The revisions came after problems occurred during last year’s OSA presidential election. After the...

TRIO means more than three

Michael Johrendt

December 7, 2017

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The Campus Center for Equity and Diversity, CCED for short, is tucked away and nestled in between college houses on West Irving and Elmwood avenues. Located across the street from Horizon Village on the University of Wisconsin...

Fill the Backpack helps former inmates get back on their feet

Colleen Huston

December 7, 2017

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The UW Oshkosh Student Social Work Association partnered with Goodwill’s Community Circles of Support program on a Fill the Backpack Drive which ended Dec. 1. SSWA treasurer Kylie Kostka said the drive benefits those who...

Tuition freeze puts pressure on small depts.

Christina Basken

November 30, 2017

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According to UW Oshkosh Chancellor Andrew Leavitt, Governor Scott Walker’s tuition freeze is putting pressure on UWO and small departments like religious studies. “It’s putting tremendous stress on us as an institution....

You. Me. We. talks about prejudices

Colleen Huston

November 30, 2017

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GTC Dramatic Dialogues presented You. Me. We. an interactive program on racism, sexism, and LGBTQ issues on Wednesday, Nov. 29 in conjunction with the LGBTQ Resource Center, Women’s Center, Men of Color Initiative and more...

Gerrymandering threat explained to students

Nikki Brahm

November 30, 2017

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The Executive Director of Common Cause in Wisconsin, Jay Heck, spoke on gerrymandering, specifically in Wisconsin, and its main issues on Tuesday in the Reeve Union Theater. Heck discussed the issues of gerrymandering of legislative...

Student governances demand involvement with merger transition

Moira Danielson

November 30, 2017

Filed under News, Top Stories

The UW System Student Representatives sent out a letter to UW System President Ray Cross in hopes to get more student involvement with the merger transition process. According to the letter, the representatives said the UW...

Study shows 4% increase in hiring fall 2017 graduates

Moira Danielson

November 30, 2017

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The National Association of Colleges and Employers projected a four percent employment increase for students who are set to graduate this fall. Jaime Page-Stadler, director of Career Services at UW Oshkosh, said this growth...

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