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Campus looks to phase out blue lights

Campus looks to phase out blue lights

Lydia Westedt, Reporter

October 9, 2019

UW Oshkosh is making plans to ensure student safety while balancing costs as talks continue about phasing out the “blue light” emergency phones on campus. “We have to make a decision about how to be fiscally minded,” University Police Capt. Christopher Tarmann said. “The blue lights we have...

UWO panel talks sex & spirituality

UWO panel talks sex & spirituality

Megan Behnke, Reporter

October 9, 2019

Last week the “Navigating Spirituality and Sexuality” panel discussion was held in Reeve Memorial Union to discuss how spirituality impacts views on sex, how sexuality can be viewed positively in light of spirituality and how to combat feelings of shame. Panelists included UW Oshkosh senior Joy...

Titans serve community at Hands on Oshkosh

Sophia Voight, Reporter

October 9, 2019

More than 170 students, staff and faculty of UW Oshkosh came out to provide their support to various organizations throughout Oshkosh in the university’s semiannual Hands on Oshkosh event last Saturday. Hands on Oshkosh is a campus-wide “morning of service” program that is held once per semester....

UWO’s enrollment, revenue down; expenses up

Jack Tierney, Editor in Chief

October 9, 2019

UW Oshkosh will likely receive up to about $1.1 million in additional funding over the next two years after the Wisconsin Joint Finance Committee allocated $54 million to the UW System last week, UWO’s Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs John Koker predicted. Koker, who is the chief...

Assault close to home: Student upset that UWO did not send out a Titan Alert

Cody Barnes, Reporter

October 9, 2019

UWO student is still recovering from an assault and robbery that occurred close to midnight Sept. 27. Jed Molitor was walking from his house on Scott Avenue when a group of teens on bicycles assaulted him near Wright Street, less than a block from his house. He suffered a broken hand and cuts and...

March theatre name remains unchanged

Jack Tierney, Editor-in-chief

October 9, 2019

The first play of the semester was held at Fredric March Theatre, which retained the same name that was under student protest last semester for its connection to the Ku Klux Klan. Fredric March, who was a Tony and Academy Award-winning best actor, was born in Racine, Wisconsin, and attended UW Madison....

University Police investigate theft in IT department

Jack Tierney, Editor in Chief

October 9, 2019

The University Police is investigating the possible theft of items marked missing or undelivered from the information technology department, UP Chief Kurt Leibold confirmed. An IT employee told the Advance-Titan that a former employee is believed to have taken university items, including two iPads...

Sage Hall study room kiosks: Out of order

Bethanie Gengler, News Editor

October 9, 2019

When Sage Hall first opened eight years ago, it came with many amenities including a number of study rooms, conference rooms and breakout/group rooms available for students to reserve for free using the Google Calendar app. With the recent campus merger of UW Oshkosh, UW-Fox Valley and UW-Fond du...

Food pantry to open in Reeve Union

Amber Brockman, Assistant News Editor

October 9, 2019

Reeve Memorial Union will be opening a food pantry to help combat food insecurity among UW Oshkosh students, prompted by research done by McNair scholar Joy Evans and her mentor Juliana Kahrs, UWO assistant director of health promotion. Evans said the food pantry should be opening in late November. Kahrs...

UWO hosts famous jazz quartet

Rachel Ryan, News Reporter

October 9, 2019

The Oshkosh community will experience a once-in-a-lifetime event Oct. 15 when the Grammy Award-winning Branford Marsalis Quartet plays at The Howard. The Branford Marsalis Quartet consists of several world-renowned jazz musicians including Joey Calderazzo on piano, Eric Revis on upright bass, Justin...

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