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Leibold finds UWO challenging, inspirational

Haley Walters

December 2, 2015

Kurt Leibold rounded out the first week of candidates vying for the position of UW Oshkosh Police Chief when he came to discuss his experiences in the city of Milwaukee and how it would coincide with his goals for UWO at an open forum Friday. Leibold is the assistant chief of police on Milwaukee’s...

UWO PRSSA brings home Star Chapter Award

Jessica Johnson

November 18, 2015

Eight members of UW Oshkosh’s Public Relations Student Society of America went to Atlanta, Georgia and received a Star Chapter Award for their work on Nov. 9. Public relations director Madeline Fisher said PRSSA is a pre-professional club for college students interested in the field of public relations....

UWO student to challenge Hintz

Jason Neumeyer

November 18, 2015

Jordan Hansen, UW Oshkosh senior and political science major, announced his candidacy for State Assembly Thursday at the Opera House Square in downtown Oshkosh. Hansen announced that he will be running as a Libertarian and challenging the longtime incumbent Gordan Hinz (D). ...

OSA explores budget options

Haley Walters

November 18, 2015

In response to lower enrollment and rising student costs, the Oshkosh Student Association will be exploring thousands of dollars in segregated fee price cuts for the 2016-2017 school year, which may mean cuts to Titan Transit and additions to campus safety and readership programs. Segregated fees are...

Hughes presents police chief plan

Jessica Johnson

November 18, 2015

UW Oshkosh held an open forum for potential Campus Police Chief candidate George Hughes, to hear and discuss his philosophy for the department on Nov. 16. Hughes is currently Chief of Police at California Polytechnic State University. Hughes said his stance for community policing is looking at it as a roadmap to address ...

Group gives UWO musical worldview

Hibah Ansari

November 18, 2015

The UW Oshkosh Students for Music is a student-run campus organization that is not only bringing in chamber groups from all over the country, but breaking common misconceptions about the classical music world with each concert it organizes. Voted “Most Improved Student Organization” by the Oshkosh...

Renowned professor, playwrite imparts wisdom

Jenny Goldade

November 12, 2015

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 and raised in Racine, Wisconsin, did not discover his infat...

Bike safety laws improve campus life

Jenny Goldade

November 11, 2015

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 biker rides passes the walkers, and their moment of panic eases. Bikers are...

OSA pursuing book rental program

Haley Walters

November 11, 2015

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 employees aren’t convinced this is the best option for UWO. A...

Police chief candidates to attend open forums

Alison Herrmann

November 11, 2015

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 committee inviting them to attend the open forum for the finalists. ...

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