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UWO alumnus debuts first movie ‘House of Purgatory’

Alex Nemec

October 27, 2016

UW Oshkosh alumnus Tyler Christensen released his first movie “House of Purgatory” on Friday, just in time for Halloween. “House of Purgatory” is about four teenagers who go to a fabled haunted house, but soon realize the house knows all of their deepest secrets. Christensen said the skelet...

UWO Dean of Students office gets new leader in Munin

Ti Windisch

October 27, 2016

New Associate Vice Chancellor and Dean of Students Art Munin wants UW Oshkosh students to know his name and face as he begins his new job at UWO. “I’m ecstatic to be here,” Munin said. “Please come up and say hello to me. I will be out there, I want to be very approachable. Drop me an email,...

UWO offers first nurse anesthetist doctoral program

Ti Windisch

October 27, 2016

The UW Oshkosh College of Nursing is launching the first Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist doctorate program in the state of Wisconsin. College of Nursing Dean Leslie Neal-Boylan said the timing of the new program happening almost simultaneously with the 50th birthday of the nursing program...

Panel addresses student debt

Nicole Horner

October 20, 2016

USA TODAY NETWORK-Wisconsin kicked off its Degrees of Debt series to let readers know about the seriousness of student debt, provide information to students and families and to talk about solutions to make college more affordable and accessible. Rory Linnane, one of the main reporters for the D...

Students give back to community

Laura Dickinson

October 20, 2016

UW Oshkosh students volunteered in the community for the 18th semi-annual Hands on Oshkosh, helping local Oshkosh organizations and businesses on Saturday. More than 260 students were in attendance to volunteer at 18 locations throughout Oshkosh. The Day by Day Warming Shelter was one of t...

OSA calls for clearer honor cord policy

Hailey Lawrence

October 20, 2016

The Oshkosh Student Organization passed a resolution to expand regulations for honor cords worn by graduates so that one policy can be established to govern exactly which organizations and student groups can wear specialized cords. Austyn Boothe, president of OSA, said this new policy will recognize...

Trump starting to lose UWO student support

Ti Windisch

October 20, 2016

[media-credit id=152 align="alignleft" width="300"][/media-credit] [media-credit id=152 align="alignleft" width="300"][/media-credit] After the second presidential debate and the leaked video of Donald Trump talking to Billy Bush, a poll conducted by the Advance-Titan shows UW Oshkosh students are less ...

Don’t Try This At Home

Alex Nemec

October 20, 2016

10. Tee Ball This stunt sounds harmless at first, but takes a painful turn very fast. The scene sets up with Steve-O standing near a makeshift tee-ball stand. The stand makes a 90 degree angle with the pole holding the ball, which is at the same height as Steve-O’s groin. Late Jackass co-star Ry...

Freedom of speech comes with responsibility

October 20, 2016

[media-credit id=2 align="alignleft" width="240"][/media-credit]                 By: Chancellor Andrew Leavitt   Freedom of speech is a fundamental right in a democracy. For the United States, this right was not given to us. This right was fought for so our country could be rooted i...

Pulse provides options for young Fox Valley professionals

Jessica Johnson

October 20, 2016

"When Director of Pulse Young Professionals Network Adrienne Palm moved to Appleton, Wisconsin 10 years ago from San Diego she said she didn’t feel like she belonged there. She felt stuck because she was living in a community that lacked the cultural amenities she desperately desired. Sitting at...

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