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OSA seg fees used for salaries and programs

Jessica Johnson

October 7, 2015

According to the 2015-2016 Segregated Fees Report, the UW Oshkosh Student Association received $268,086 in funding for the school year, a 5.8 percent increase from last year’s OSA budget proposal. OSA President Jordan Schettle said the biggest chunk of funding goes towards Titan Transit, Student...

UWO helps Take Back the Night

Hilary Shandonay

October 7, 2015

Take Back the Night’s 25th anniversary continues to raise awareness about violence against women at the Alumni Welcome and Conference Center on Wednesday. UW Oshkosh alumni Morgan Counts and Senior Project Manager of Breakthrough Joe Samalin spoke at the event to help spread aw...

Druid speaker Dale Frampton addresses Pagan Student Alliance

Grace Riggert

October 7, 2015

“There is no correct belief, only what we internally believe,” speaker Dale Frampton said as part of the Pagan Student Alliance’s speaker series “Meet a Druid” event on Monday night. Frampton, a member of Ár nDraíocht Féin: A Druid Fellowship, explained the role of Druids throughout history....

UWO celebrate 15th year of Earth Charter

Haley Walters

October 7, 2015

At a time when NASA is reporting record-high sea levels, accompanied by steadily climbing temperatures, UW Oshkosh is hosting the Earth Charter Community Summit with the overarching theme of hope for the planet and its future. This week marks the 15th year since UWO adopted the Earth Charter, an internationally...

Businesses, students connect at Career Fair

Colton Shearier

September 30, 2015

More than 100 businesses attended the Career Fair on the Fox on Monday, offering students the chance to network in their fields of interest. Career Services Adviser Alicia Stuedemann said the Career Fair offers students the chance to connect with businesses and learn about companies straight from th...

Green Fund open to students

Grace Riggert

September 30, 2015

The Green Fund is now accepting proposals for the 2015-2016 school year to further UW Oshkosh’s commitment to sustainability. These proposals or green initiatives can be submitted by students during the academic year, allowing them to be a part of UWO’s sustainability plan. “We’re hoping that...

Seg fees support services, projects

Haley Walters

September 30, 2015

[media-credit id=91 align="alignright" width="638"][/media-credit] This year, UW Oshkosh students will pay more than $10.07 million in segregated fees, which will be dispersed to groups that provide an array of services, facilities and programs. On the individual level, this means each undergradu...

Men’s soccer asked to leave Titan athletics photo shoot

Colton Shearier

September 23, 2015

[media-credit id=125 align="alignleft" width="150"][/media-credit]   "The men’s soccer team was asked to leave the school-wide athletic group photo session after refusing to change their “SaveUWOSoccer” shirts last week Monday. The team was demonstrating their determination to save...

Races unite UWO and community

September 23, 2015

UW Oshkosh students, staff and area community members gathered to give back to Oshkosh and participate in the 10th Annual Oshkosh Community Dragon Boat Race and Festival on Sept. 19. More than 33 teams raced along the Fox River, including UWO’s Titan Pride, UnbeReeveables and Forty Arms of Fury. Chancellor Andrew Lea...

Leavitt plans for new school year

Jessica Johnson

September 17, 2015

Chancellor Andrew Leavitt’s installation ceremony on Sept. 18 will signify a change of leadership at UW Oshkosh. Leavitt will be installed as UWO’s 11th chancellor at the Experimental Aircraft Association AirVenture Museum at 2 p.m. “It’s an acknowledgement from the system that there has been a change in the current l...

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