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OSA discusses reforming diversity and inclusion

OSA discusses reforming diversity and inclusion
October 7, 2020

  The UW Oshkosh Student Association met Tuesday evening to discuss reforming the UW Oshkosh Diversity and Inclusion Action Committee, and voter registration deadlines and information. The...

UW Oshkosh’s COVID cases down, county’s up

UW Oshkosh's COVID cases down, county's up
October 7, 2020

Gov. Tony Evers issued an emergency order Tuesday limiting public gatherings to combat the “deadly, uncontrolled and exponentially growing spike in cases of COVID-19” in Wisconsin. Effective 8 a.m....

Dems host virtual event, encouraging young voters

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October 7, 2020

Former Texas Congressional Representative Beto O’Rourke emphasized the power of the youth vote during a virtual Wisconsin student voter registration rally on Tuesday. “I really believe that Wisconsin...

Judge denies injunction preventing prof. sanctions

Judge denies injunction preventing prof. sanctions
October 7, 2020

A Winnebago County Court judge denied UW Oshkosh education professor Peter Meyerson a temporary injunction that would have prevented Provost John Koker from imposing sanctions against him regarding allegations...

Census deadline approaching

Census deadline approaching
October 7, 2020

Olivia lived in Horizon Hall until the dorms closed. Jack lived off campus, but didn’t want to live alone when UW Oshkosh went to all online classes, so he, too, moved back home. With a father who is...

Lacy: ‘Treatment was never going to be enough’

October 7, 2020

Pain and addiction “When my first daughter was 2, I got addicted to opioids. I had never done them before, but then I broke a bone in my foot and I got a kidney infection in the same three-month...

CDC to study UW Oshkosh’s antigen COVID-19 test

CDC to study UW Oshkosh's antigen COVID-19 test
October 1, 2020

Throughout October, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will study how reliable antigen testing is to monitor spread of COVID-19 among UW Oshkosh students, including those who are asymptomatic. The...

Winnebago County Judge Scott Woldt, as told to Leo Costello

September 30, 2020

"I started [working as a judge] in January of 2004 and I quickly learned that the majority of the people that came in front of me were here with drug and alcohol-related issues, so I knew there was...

Ruth Bader Ginsburg leaves a legacy as Americans question the future of the SCOTUS

Ruth Bader Ginsburg leaves a legacy as Americans question the future of the SCOTUS
September 30, 2020

Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who fought against discrimination on the U.S. Supreme Court for 27 years, died at age 87 on Sept. 18. While leaving behind a legacy of equality, her death has caused many Americans...

Oshkosh, Neenah areas see huge COVID-19 case surge

April Lee / The Advance-Titan — Masks are mandated inside all UWO  buildings to stop the spread of the coronavirus.
September 30, 2020

The Oshkosh-Neenah area is experiencing the second-fastest COVID-19 case surge in the nation, according to the New York Times, with 1,424 active cases in Winnebago County as of Tuesday. In addition,...

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