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Students order food via new app

Kevin Berger

April 9, 2015

University Dining services integrated the online ordering app Tapingo into its services to UWO on Monday, April 6. Tapingo allows students to place orders for pickup at several dining locations and pay using credit card, PayPal and Titan Dollars. Assistant Director for Business and Retail at Reeve Memorial...

UWO to cut men’s tennis and soccer

Sarah Zander

April 9, 2015

UW Oshkosh men’s tennis and soccer teams will be cut from the school’s athletic program following the 2015-2016 academic year. UWO Athletic Director Darryl Sims and Chancellor Andrew Leavitt answered questions from the soccer and tennis team, coaches, parents and alumni Wednesday afternoon in an open...

Students and state officials rally against UW System cuts

Emilie Hedeimann

April 9, 2015

UW Oshkosh Democrats and other speakers expressed opposing views to Gov. Scott Walker’s UW System budget cuts on Tuesday at the #SaveOurUW rally. Speakers included Rep. Amanda Stuck of the 57th Assembly District, Michelle Cecil, president of United Students in Residence Halls and Rep. Gordon Hintz...

OSA rejects United Council’s legitimacy

Mallory Radney

April 2, 2015

An issue between the Oshkosh Student Association and United Council has become a struggle for legitimacy after much collaboration between leaders and peers, OSA Vice President Graham Sparks said. Sparks said United Council believes they are the statewide student organization that represents all UW students...

Baldwin takes on bullying

Katie Biersach

April 2, 2015

Sen. Tammy Baldwin, Sen. Patty Murray and Congressman Mark Pocan reintroduced the Tyler Clementi Higher Education Anti-Harassment Act on March 18 according to a press release from Baldwin’s press team. The press release states the Tyler Clementi Higher Education Anti-Harassment Act of 2015 will...

Vandals strike at South Scott Hall

Megan Esau

April 2, 2015

South Scott Hall residents received an email March 18 about charges they may receive to their student accounts after a series of damages were made to the hall between Feb. 13 and March 16. The email notice, sent by South Scott Residence Hall Director Mandy Briggs, stated if an individual or individuals...

Students will rally to #SaveOurUW

Jessica Zemlicka

April 2, 2015

The College Democrats of UW Oshkosh will be hosting the non-partisan #SaveOurUW rally on April 7, 2015, from noon-2 p.m. in front of Polk Library. According to Grayson Bourke, president of the College Democrats, the idea for the rally came about in light of Gov. Scott Walker’s proposed budget and...

UWO announces staff retirement incentives

Emilie Hedeimann

April 2, 2015

UW Oshkosh announced the implementation of a new retirement incentive to help meet workforce reduction goals March 31 in lieu of recent UW System budget cuts. According to a press release from Chancellor Andrew Leavitt, the Voluntary Retirement Incentive Options Program is now available to faculty...

Dining officials respond to student food concerns

April 2, 2015

UW Oshkosh dining officials responded to student concerns about whether campus food is healthy and said various choices are readily available. Students from the previous article said there were not enough healthy items available on campus and the present options were too pricey. Reeve Memorial...

Student Yik Yak herd declines

Katie Hanson

April 2, 2015

The Yik Yak app has declined in usage since Nov. 2014 and students are recognizing its decline on the UW Oshkosh campus. The app went from two million users to 1.8 million in two months, according to Gigaom.com. According to UWO student Chandler Lackey, it seems the growth of the app at UWO has...

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