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Students talk safety with Chancellor, UPD

Nicole Horner

November 17, 2016

Students were given the opportunity to express their safety concerns with UW Oshkosh administrators at the annual Campus Safety Walk on Monday. The walk kicked off at the University Police Department just before sunset. Students and faculty circled the campus with UPD officers, community ...

Burglars leave behind heart, lunch meat

Ti Windisch

November 17, 2016

A heart in a plastic bag was left at the scene of a burglary at the off-campus home of three UW Oshkosh students on Tuesday morning. Luke Johnson, Chris Rias and Corey Parks, who live on the 800 block of Franklin Street, said their house was burglarized between 7:30 and 8:30 a.m. but they did not see...

‘March for 22’ raises awareness of veteran suicide

Kierra Carr

November 17, 2016

The UW Oshkosh Student Veterans Association and the UWO Veteran’s Resource Center walked 2.2 miles Thursday to raise awareness for the 22 veterans who commit suicide each day. Army veteran and student Taylor Gilmet said there are many ways to help veterans and anyone who is thinking about sui...

‘Humans of Oshkosh’ features local first responders

Laura Dickinson

November 17, 2016

UW Oshkosh students and faculty came together with the Oshkosh community to celebrate the “Humans of Oshkosh” book that was released featuring first responders in the community. The event, which was held at Reeve Memorial Union, had students who worked on the project and UWO professor Gra...

Vice Chancellor talks sexuality, road to Oshkosh

Laura Dickinson

November 17, 2016

Associate Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management and Interim Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs Brandon Miller was the special guest at the Queer Talk Show put on by the UW Oshkosh LGBTQ Resource Center to talk about his experience at UWO as a gay man. The event was held in the Campus Center for...

Oslo historian visits UWO to talk about civic engagement

Cari Fehler

November 17, 2016

"Chalak Kaveh traveled from Oslo, Norway to UW Oshkosh this week to give a presentation about civic engagement as part of this year’s GeoQuest series. Kaveh emigrated from Mahabad, Iran to Norway when he was 12 years old and has since become a historian. Elizabeth Barron of the Geography Department...

Belmark offers opportunities to UWO students

Nicole Horner

November 17, 2016

Business and project management students can gain important experience and skills by joining an internship and co-op program provided by a company called Belmark. Heather Swanson, who runs recruitment at Belmark and is in charge of the internship program, said Belmark has provided an internship and...

Get to know the fall election winners

Brady Rollins

November 10, 2016

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Student’s nonprofit inspires veteran appreciation

Jessica Zemlicka

November 10, 2016

Operation Not Alone wants to ensure veterans and those who serve are never alone and will not be forgotten, according to UWO student and ONA founder, Susan Fochs. Susan runs her growing non-profit out of her apartment in Oshkosh while still balancing the life of a college student. She star...

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