The Advance-Titan

Renowned professor, playwrite imparts wisdom

Jenny Goldade

November 12, 2015

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Leaning back, eyes closed in his desk chair, sipping a Diet Coke, Richard Kalinoski, director, playwright and professor, humbly describes what he loves most about playwriting and plays of his that have been produced. Kalinoski, 67, born ...

Bike safety laws improve campus life

Jenny Goldade

November 12, 2015

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On a fall morning at UW Oshkosh, the air is cool and the crisp apple red and golden-yellow leaves are scattered on the ground. Suddenly there is a swift breeze. The leaves go flying, and there is a quick high pitched buzz as a...

OSA pursuing book rental program

Haley Walters

November 12, 2015

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In order to combat rising college costs, an Oshkosh Student Association ad hoc committee will propose a textbook rental program that changes the way UW Oshkosh students and professors obtain necessary course materials, but bookstore employ...

Police chief candidates to attend open forums

Alison Herrmann

November 12, 2015

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University of Wisconsin Oshkosh will hold open forums over the next two weeks to find a new University chief of police. UWO students received an email Tuesday from the search and screen com...

OSA plans Titan Discount expansion

Colton Shearier

November 5, 2015

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Students, alumni, faculty and staff are eligible for discounts at local, national and online businesses through the Titan Discounts Club. According to the Oshkosh Student Association’s website, UWO community members may recei...

Womanism emphasizes race

Jessica Johnson

November 5, 2015

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The Women’s Center, The Women’s Advocacy Council, The Sisterhood and the Social Justice Club hosted two scholarly speakers to discuss the similarities and differences between feminism and womanism at the Voice Unheard: A Conver...

Ryan elected as Speaker of the House

Jason Neumeyer

November 5, 2015

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The House Republicans elected Republican representative from Wisconsin’s First District Paul Ryan to Speaker of the House after Congressman John Boehner announced his resignation amidst internal pressure on Oct. 29. Political science majo...

OSA calls for A-T reform

Haley Walters

November 5, 2015

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The UW Oshkosh Student Association is calling for the resignation of the Advance-Titan adviser citing the paper’s long-term debt and questionable leadership, but Chancellor Andrew Leavitt said he will not enforce the resolution if ...

Clow open for Spring 2016 semester

Jessica Johnson

October 29, 2015

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Renovations to UW Oshkosh’s Clow Social Science Center will conclude in time for the spring semester of 2016. UWO Planning Director JoAnn Rife said the renovation on the buildings are nearing the end of phase one. “Contractors a...

UWO administration prepares for 2016 Strategic Plan

Colton Shearier

October 29, 2015

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Chancellor Andrew Leavitt tasked Provost Lane Earns with developing a Strategic Plan which will refocus the University’s goals to prioritize student academic success. Assistant Vice Chancellor and member of the Strategic Planning...

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