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FIXED: Former UW football star talks addiction

FIXED: Former UW football star talks addiction
'What happened to Montee Ball?'
October 21, 2020

Pain and addiction “What happened to Montee Ball? That is the million-dollar question. That is the question I saw on Google, on Twitter, all the time. I was so anxious to go out and to talk to people,...

What happens if a presidential candidate dies prior to election?

What happens if a presidential candidate dies prior to election?
October 21, 2020

What happens if a presidential candidate is unable to serve, through illness or death, prior to an election? In a normal election year, this question wouldn’t be on the mind of any average citizen. ...

UWO Chancellor Leavitt discusses leading a lab, COVID and furloughs

Carter Uslaber / The Advance-Titan — Chancellor Andrew Leavitt in his chemistry 105 class.
October 21, 2020

“I’m not a PC user, you’ll have to forgive me,” Chancellor — or rather, Dr. Andrew Leavitt told his chemistry 105 lab section Monday afternoon, as he swiveled around and pulled up a graphic of...

Odd one out: A family fights addiction and for each other

Jenna Washuleski
and her niece, Makayla Brewington, look through a photo
album together. Jenna took legal kinship of Makayla when she was 13.
October 21, 2020

Just a day in the life Jenna Washuleski is in her element. Despite the chaos of kids running around at the Boys and Girls Club of Oshkosh, she glides in with a special guest for a H.O.P.E. Group —...

Judge rules Gov. Evers’ bar, restaurant capacity order back in place

October 21, 2020

Gov. Tony Evers’ statewide restriction on public gatherings to 25% of a building’s capacity is back in place following a northern Wisconsin judge’s ruling Monday. Barron County Circuit Court Judge...

Major sports stadiums used as polling stations

Courtesy of the Green Bay Packers
October 21, 2020

Voting season has arrived, and this time it is under very unusual circumstances. Due to the rise of COVID-19 cases — more than 8.1 million cases nationwide as of Monday, according to the Centers for...

14th Amendment lawsuit against UWO drags on

14th Amendment lawsuit against UWO drags on
October 21, 2020

A hearing in a year-long legal dispute between UW Oshkosh and a former student over the constitutionality of a Title IX proceeding that followed an alleged sexual assault set for Oct. 29 has been canceled. However,...

UWO partnering to bring awareness, assist fundraising for Fox Valley Take Back the Night

Students march for Take Back The Night
October 21, 2020

UW Oshkosh is partnering with Reach Counseling and Christine Ann Domestic Abuse Services to host the 30th annual Take Back the Night. The series of events Oct. 26-30 is intended to bring awareness to...

Wisconsin DOJ works to protect election integrity

Wisconsin DOJ works to protect election integrity
October 19, 2020

Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul today (Monday) shared how the Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ) is preparing for the upcoming election on November 3, 2020. The attorney general also issued...

Applications open today through Nov. 2 for second round of We’re All In Grants for small businesses

Applications open today through Nov. 2 for second round of We’re All In Grants for small businesses
State will provide $50 million more to assist businesses still facing impacts of COVID-19
October 19, 2020

Applications opened today for the second round of We’re All In Small Business Grants, which will distribute an additional $50 million to small businesses hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. The program...

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