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UW System introduces new website educating people about sexual assault

Collin Goeman

February 16, 2017

The University of Wisconsin System launched a new website across all campuses Feb. 3, which connects those affected by sexual violence to resources and support programs. UW Oshkosh Women’s Center Director Alicia Johnson said the website contains helpful information as well as a range of services...

Students use 46% of their meals on average

Alex Nemec

February 16, 2017

UW Oshkosh students, as a whole, used less than half of the meals they paid for in the 15- and 21-meal plans during the 2015-2016 academic year. The average student with a re-cycling meal plan pays $1,461.50 a semester for their meal plan, which means the average student has almost $750 that goes...

Financial crisis could harm scholarships

Jessica Johnson

February 9, 2017

While the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh says student scholarship money is safe in the event of a UWO Foundation bankruptcy, a member of the Foundation board and an associate bankruptcy attorney say it is unclear how secure that money really is. According to State Representative and Foundation board...

UW System sues Wells, Sonnleitner arguing they illegally transferred funds

Alex Nemec

February 9, 2017

The University of Wisconsin System is suing former University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Chancellor Richard Wells and former Vice Chancellor Thomas Sonnleitner, arguing their transfer of funds from UW Oshkosh to the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Foundation was illegal. “Sonnleitner and Wells converted...

Both former employees say they acted in University’s best interest

Alex Nemec

February 9, 2017

In response to the lawsuit filed by the UW System, representatives for both former University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Chancellor Richard Wells and former Vice Chancellor Thomas Sonnleitner argue the suit has no merit. Attorney Raymond Dall’Osto, of Gimbel, Reilly, Guerin & Brown LLP, also Wells’...

Travel ban impacts UW System

Laura Dickinson

February 9, 2017

University of Wisconsin System President Ray Cross released a statement to the UW System Schools in regards to President Trump’s Executive Order banning travel from seven countries which could affect international students and faculty from the travel banned countries. In a statement sent out to...

OSA president avoids impeachment

Ti Windisch

February 9, 2017

Impeachment charges brought against Oshkosh Student Association president Austyn Boothe last semester ended up not proving substantial enough to justify removing Boothe from office. Boothe said that aside from one gray area about an Assembly item being removed from the agenda due to it actually being...

Two UWO students will participate in the Women’s March on Saturday to help advocate for women’s rights

Alex Nemec

January 20, 2017

UW Oshkosh is being represented in this weekend’s Women’s March on Washington by students Ali Christensen and Rachel Davis, with Christensen participating in the walk in Madison and Davis traveling to Washington D.C. for the walk. There are currently 616 planned marches across the world, spanning...

Destress fest relaxes UWO

Ti Windisch

December 8, 2016

UW Oshkosh students were able to relax, get massages and interact with dogs at Destress Fest, an event in Reeve Memorial Union on Friday to help reduce stress before finals week. Student Bayleigh Marquis said she enjoyed playing with the dogs at Destress Fest because she does not get ...

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