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Business major wins African-American Student Leadership Award

Business major wins African-American Student Leadership Award

Zach Dion, News writer

February 14, 2019


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UW Oshkosh information systems major, Franklyn Iwuji, of Imo State, Nigeria, who is scheduled to graduate in December 2019, was awarded the African American Student Leadership Award at the Martin Luther King Jr. community celebration on Monday, Jan. 21, 2019. The respected award, which was established...

UWO welcomes cofounder of Beat for Peace to host drumming workshop

UWO welcomes cofounder of Beat for Peace to host drumming workshop

Amber Brockman, News Writer

February 14, 2019


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Cofounder of the Beat for Peace program Paul Corbrière led a workshop at UW Oshkosh on the techniques of Orff instrumentation and World Music Drumming. The Workshop took place Feb. 9 in the Arts and Communication Centers’ Music Hall. Corbrière, who is currently an elementary general music teacher...

Biannual Study Abroad Fair offers opportunities

Jessica Bukielski, News writer

February 14, 2019


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The Office of International Education and other UW schools will help students choose which study abroad trip they might want to go on during the biannual UW Oshkosh Study Abroad Fair. The Study Abroad Fair will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 27 in the Reeve Union Ballroom, offering more than 80 trips...

Regional news: history of access campuses

Joseph Schulz, Writer

February 14, 2019


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Students at UW-Fox Valley and UW-Fond du Lac officially became UW Oshkosh students at the start of the 2018 fall semester after the UW System restructured its campuses. University Archivist Joshua Ranger said the restructuring has deep roots in University history. “The idea of attaching the [two-year]...

Security reports compare burglaries, sex offenses at UW schools

Security reports compare burglaries, sex offenses at UW schools

Joseph Schulz, News Writer

December 6, 2018


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UW Oshkosh had more burglaries than three other UW campuses similar in size in 2017, while UW-La Crosse had the most forceable sex offenses of the four campuses, police department statistics show. All colleges nationwide are required to publish annual security reports since the Clery Act was passed...

Former Sodexo employee to serve 90-day jail sentence

Former Sodexo employee to serve 90-day jail sentence

Joseph Schulz, News Writer

December 6, 2018


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Karen Anderson, the former head accountant for Sodexo Services at UW Oshkosh, will serve 90 days in jail and two years’ probation for stealing about $300,000 from the company, according to Winnebago County Judicial Associate Lisa M. Wolf. Anderson was ordered to pay fines of $285,337.14 to Sodexo...

UWO athlete affected by California wildfires

UWO athlete affected by California wildfires

Evan Moris and Neal Hogden

December 6, 2018


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California native and UW Oshkosh freshman wrestler Raiden Montero had to watch his family’s homes burn down in the California wildfires last month. Montero had been preparing to enter his first collegiate wrestling season when he first heard that the wildfires of Northern California had affected...

UW policy to restrict student org. funding

UW policy to restrict student org. funding

Bailey McClellan

December 6, 2018


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Several UW Oshkosh student organizations could be forced to choose between losing their Student Allocation Committee funding or eliminating student participation requirements through their affiliated majors due to a UW System policy. The policy, which is outlined in the UW System Administrative Policy...

SRWC offers students winter activities

SRWC offers students winter activities

Megan Behnke, News Writer

December 6, 2018


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The Outdoor Adventure Center at the Student Recreation and Wellness Center gives students opportunities to rent out equipment such as snowshoes, snowboards, cross-country skis and sleds to stay active during the winter season. SRWC Associate Director Tony Dirth said students should take advantage...

UWO PRSSA takes 1st place at nationals

UWO PRSSA takes 1st place at nationals

Neal Hogden, Managing Editor

December 6, 2018


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Students at UW Oshkosh took first place at the PRSSA National Conference in Austin, Texas for their “Cycle of Life” campaign they held on campus. UWO’s Public Relations Student Society of America chapter sent four students to Austin for the conference where they have now collected two consecutive...

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