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Independent Student Newspaper of UW Oshkosh Campuses

The Advance-Titan

Independent Student Newspaper of UW Oshkosh Campuses

The Advance-Titan

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Let your 2024 goal be health, not a goal weight

Cassidy Johnson, Opinion Editor February 29, 2024

We’re only two months deep into 2024 and our New Year’s resolutions, and tensions are already high with their reminders on social media that “bikini season” is only a few months away. As if the...

Don’t take away our Scotty’s

Cassidy Johnson, Opinion Editor February 29, 2024

There’s been a few rumors going around that Scotty’s Market is being replaced, and I’m sad to say that the rumors are true. According to a Scotty’s worker, the renovations will begin around the...

Michael Buckner / Advance-Titan

UW La Crosse chancellor’s OnlyFans: Wrongful termination or justified?

Advance-Titan Staff February 29, 2024

On Dec. 27 of last year, UW-LaCrosse Chancellor Joe Gow was fired for his participation in the subscription-based porn site OnlyFans. Ever since the news broke, debates have sparked about the morality...

Kelly Hueckman / Advance-Titan
UWO faculty senators vote in favor of officially supporting an outline of requests for Chancellor Leavitt and Provost Martini in a meeting held in September 2023.

Vote of no confidence: Worth it?

Jacob Link, Assistant News Editor February 22, 2024

UW Oshkosh staff and faculty members have circulated a letter addressed to Faculty Senate President Pascale Manning for the past two weeks, asking the senate to draft a referendum of a no-confidence vote...

College student exposes jet-setting celebrities

Cassidy Johnson, Opinion Editor February 22, 2024

Most college students wouldn’t dream of tracking — nevertheless posting — a celebrity’s jet for fear of legal consequences, but Jack Sweeney, an Information Technology student at the University...

Nobody told me about adulthood imposter syndrome

Nobody told me about adulthood imposter syndrome

Cassidy Johnson, Opinion Editor February 15, 2024

When I was a kid, I remember thinking my parents had it all together. I longed for the days when I could be like them, when I could have it all together and understand everything. It wasn’t until I was...

Photo illustrations by Cassidy Johnson / Advance-Titan

Pets are family too: dealing with pet grief

Cassidy Johnson, Opinion Editor February 15, 2024

Earlier this month, I lost my Australian shepherd AJ to old age. He lived until he was 16— God bless— and he lived a life filled with adventure, playing, and love from his family. He was there for...

Brooke Hansen / Advance-Titan - For every $100 spent at a local business, about $68 stays in the community rather than the $43 that
remains if you shop nationally, according to Sustainable Connections.

Shop local this holiday season

Anya Kelley, Managing Editor December 6, 2023

As the holiday season rolls around, gift shopping can be hectic and stressful. While opting for big box stores and Amazon's quick shipping may be convenient, shopping from local retailers can help you...

Advance-Titan File Photo - UWO students are temporarily unable to declare a theater major due to low enrollment, but this temporary suspension may become
permanent if the program doesn’t find a way to market themselves and amp up enrollment.

Protect liberal arts curriculum

Aubrie Selsmeyer and Anya Kelley December 6, 2023

UW system President Jay Rothman suggested that UW universities “shift away” from liberal arts programs, particularly at campuses with low-income students, in an effort to steer students toward more...

Confessions of a Mall Santa

Confessions of a Mall Santa

Kelly Hueckman, Managing Editor December 6, 2023

Visiting Santa in the weeks leading up to Christmas has been a longstanding tradition for many families.  This year, Cassie Kappus, a mother of three, made over an hour-long drive to the Fox River...

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