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Celebrating 100 years of the 19th Amendment

September 23, 2020

On Aug. 26, the 19th Amendment, which reads “The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex,” had been in...

A Collaborate(ive) effort toward Bi/Pan/Poly acceptance

September 23, 2020

COVID-19 doesn’t stop the UW Oshkosh BiPanPoly Group from gathering and discussing LGBTQ+ activism in 2020, and last week’s BiPanPoly online event was made special by a visit from Victor Raymond. Raymond,...

Green Fund addresses sustainability needs

UWO’s Green Fund has approximately $40,000 to spend on student-driven projects to create a more sustainable campus.
September 23, 2020

Students have until Nov. 20 to submit a proposal to the Green Fund, a student-run organization that promotes sustainable changes to the campus by those who want to help keep UW Oshkosh a green campus. The...

OSA assembly to not pass legislation fall semester

September 23, 2020

The UW Oshkosh Student Association assembly discussed why it will not vote on legislation and more university COVID concerns in their first meeting of the semester. “Going into this new semester,...

The bipartisan fight to end gerrymandering in Wisconsin

September 23, 2020

Former majority leaders of the Wisconsin Senate Dale Schultz (R) and Tim Cullen (D) joined together to end gerrymandering in Wisconsin in an effort to create a more representative government in the state. Schultz...

Voter online registration deadline approaching

September 23, 2020

The Wisconsin General Election is on Nov. 3, and for those on college campuses like UW Oshkosh being registered to vote is a must, according to James Kruger, UW Oshkosh associate professor of political...

College students face risk of identity theft

September 23, 2020

College students are very susceptible to identity theft, with many scams accommodated toward them, according to the Better Business Bureau. By taking proper precautions for monitoring and detecting...

COVID spread is ‘significant, uncontrolled’ in Winnebago County

UWO Flickr — Students wearing masks to and from classes is now a common sight on the UW Oshkosh campus.
Chancellor: Students need to 'think critically' about decisions they make this weekend
September 18, 2020

UW Oshkosh reached a 24% student positivity rate as Winnebago County reached a record number of 149 positive cases on Thursday in what the Winnebago County Health Department is calling a “significant...

Chancellor town hall addresses COVID, enrollment concerns

Screenshot from Chancellor Leavitt's town hall
September 16, 2020

A week after classes began, UW Oshkosh Chancellor Andrew Leavitt held a town hall Wednesday morning to update staff, faculty and others about the university’s coronavirus situation and more. “So...

Ramping up the accessibility

Ramping up the accessibility
September 16, 2020

Ian McDonald, Oshkosh Student Association president, has been working with students and faculty members since early summer to “Ramp Up” UW Oshkosh and make the campus accessible to disabled students...

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