The Advance-Titan

Students Stand Up against harassment

Mallory Radney

April 22, 2015

Stand Up Titans!: Bystander Intervention Workshop encouraged students to advocate for victims of harassment through interactive skits, according to UW Oshkosh graduate student Brittany Magrady. “We as a campus should and can stand up for those who are being victimized or harmed or harassed because it...

UWO officials look to improve Shapiro Park

Sarah Zander

April 22, 2015

A University historical marker was unveiled at Shapiro Park on Wednesday to replace the old, decayed wood sign that stood previously. According to Stephen Kercher, chairman of the history department, this is the third historical marker to be placed on campus, including one at Dempsey Hall and one at...

IAC and OSA want a voice in sports cuts

Emilie Hedeimann

April 22, 2015

The UW Oshkosh Intercollegiate Athletics Committee employee handbook states they, among other student organizations, establish policies and make recommendations to the administration, acting as advisers. Paragraph 6.2 states the IAC’s role is to advise Darryl Sims, the director of UWO Intercollegiate...

UWO political parties discuss why students should care

William Fath

April 22, 2015

One of the biggest issues both organizations are forced to deal with is student apathy and during the 2014 election cycle, according to Civil Youth, only an estimated 21.5 percent of college-aged citizens voted. Student apathy is an issue that both College Democrats and College Republicans are hoping...

Annual drag show honors individuality

Jessica Johnson

April 22, 2015

UW Oshkosh held its 15th annual Drag Show where students, faculty and members of the community gathered to support and celebrate those in the show on April 17 in Reeve Memorial Union Ballroom Joseph King, coordinator and performer in the drag show, said performers included professionals from all over...

CARE spreads assault awareness

Katie Hanson

April 22, 2015

The UW Oshkosh Campus for Awareness and Relationship Education organization hosted Speaking of Sex, a program, that educates the audience about sexual assault on April 20 in Reeve Memorial Union Ballroom. CARE Student Director Kelsey Mueller said the organization educates people about relationships....

Alumni react to team cuts at UWO

Sarah Zander

April 16, 2015

Several UW Oshkosh alumni and players have plans to attempt to save the men’s soccer program. Mark Pawlyshyn, Darren Gallagher and Peter Dillett are just a few from what Gallagher calls a small, elite alumni group of lawyers, doctors, bankers and businessmen. Gallagher, an Oshkosh soccer player from...

Awards highlight student employee achievements

Emilie Hedeimann

April 16, 2015

Three winners of the UW Oshkosh Student Employee of the Year and two Distinction awards were announced April 13 during a presentation in Chancellor Andrew Leavitt’s office, being recognized for years of hard work and dedication. According to the presentation outline, senior Brenda Fredenhagen, a student...

UWO holds LGBTQ Ally March

Jessica Johnson

April 16, 2015

UW Oshkosh held its sixth annual Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Queer Ally March on April 15 where students, parents, faculty and members of the community gathered together to support the LGBTQ community. Director of the LGBTQ Resource Center Liz Cannon said the march is a chance to celebrate the LGBTQ+...

Party.0 promotes student sobriety

Katie Hanson

April 16, 2015

The non-profit organization Party.0 threw a sober party at the Old National Bank on Saturday April 11, which provided UW Oshkosh students an alternative to Pub Crawl. “Party.0 is a non-profit organization that throws large scale house parties without alcohol,” Chris Schierl, the leader of Party.0 said....

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