Independent Student Newspaper of UW Oshkosh Campuses

The Advance-Titan

Independent Student Newspaper of UW Oshkosh Campuses

The Advance-Titan

Independent Student Newspaper of UW Oshkosh Campuses

The Advance-Titan

Disability Advocates fight back

The Advance-Titan Staff May 15, 2024

Last week, the UW Oshkosh Disability Advocacy group staged a walkout after compiling a 12-page document titled “Issues and Demands: Addressing ADA and 504 Violations at UW Oshkosh for Students.”  In...

Michael Buckner / The Advance Titan - According to the NIH, 24% of college students are e-cigarette
users, and the prevalence of cardiovascular disease symptoms is
doubled in comparison to non-users

Drop your vape and pick up yourself

Cassidy Johnson, Opinion Editor May 15, 2024

Created and advertised originally to “help” those addicted to cigarettes, vapes came out on the scene in 2003 as a “healthy” alternative to smoking and have gotten increasingly popular since then....

Letter to the Editor: Get rid of FAFSA

Christina McCarty, Writer May 10, 2024

Millions of students rely on the FAFSA, the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, to attend college. The form collects the student and their family’s personal and financial information and uses that...

Letter to the Editor: rising education costs ruining America

Edwin Beilke, Guest Writer May 8, 2024

Rising costs of education in America are ruining our country.  A lot of problems are created with the rise in costs of education in America, some of those being high school graduates not wanting to...

Dakota Birenbaum / Advance-Titan - UW Oshkosh’s Disability Advocates band together outside of Dempsey Hall to protest the university’s DEI defunding and unfair treatment.

Don’t let your mental health slip this finals season

Cassidy Johnson, Opinion Editor May 2, 2024

May is mental health awareness month, and the first two weeks of it also happens to be the busiest month of the year for UWO college students. In a time where many feel they have to put their mental health...

Courtesy of UWO Rec Center
Oshkosh community members take off from the starting line at the UWO Rec Center’s first ever Tulip Trail run, which replaced last year’s Shamrock Shuffle.

Students spring into action at Tulip run

Angela Satterlee, Arts & Culture Editor April 25, 2024

I participated in the Tulip Trail run/walk last weekend and it was such a fun experience. This event was open to all community members including students and non-students.  It’s important that...

How to be a sustainable student

How to be a sustainable student

Cassidy Johnson, Opinion Editor April 24, 2024

April is national Earth month thanks to Wisconsin Senator Nelson Gaylord’s institution of Earth Day 55 years ago, initially created to spread awareness and encourage activism to protect our environment....

Jade Springer /Advance-Titan
Part of the UW Oshkosh’s Women’s Rugby team smile for a post-game photo

Why you should join women’s rugby

Jade Springer April 19, 2024

I played sports throughout my childhood. Basketball, volleyball, softball — you name it, I played it. Even though I enjoyed what I was doing while competing, something never clicked for me. Don’t...

Where’s the Titan Alert?

Dylan Ruebl April 18, 2024

As UW students, we hold a certain expectation when it comes to safety and our well-being. We have been in a constant battle with our administration and its lack of spending on our counseling/mental health...

Ella Rider / Advance-Titan

Eclipse brings people together

Ella Rider, Web Editor April 16, 2024

The eclipse Monday’s solar eclipse was visible at least partially across most of the US, but the line of totality for this eclipse was a roughly 100-mile-wide strip running from Texas to Maine. A...

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