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

Photo: Augie Ray, — Charlie Brown Thanksgiving is as much a part of the holidays as the Macy Day Thanksgiving Parade.

Good grief! ‘Charlie Brown Thanksgiving’ availability showcases what could become of other public gems

Nolan Swenson, Co-Sports Editor November 21, 2022

Last year was the first time in damn near 50 years that “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving” did not play on every station available to the general public on Thanksgiving. This year will be year two and...

Courtesy The Grand Oshkosh — Many people believe the Grand Oshkosh is haunted.

The unexplained hauntings of The Grand explained

Aubrie Selsmeyer, Staff Writer November 1, 2022

While October has just ended, it’s Halloween year-round for members of The Grand Oshkosh. The Grand holds the title for the oldest operating theater in the city and the most actively haunted. I sat...

Country music, though garnering massive amounts of tourism in Nashville, continues to be disliked by many music fans.

‘Anything but country’

Kelly Hueckman, Opinion Editor October 11, 2022

Anything but country.” Whenever surveying musical tastes, this is the typical response I’m given, and hardly anyone shares any disagreement.  The genre has taken over charts, and break-out country...

Photo: Kelly Hueckman / The Advance-Titan--
Students should consider what they need from their house, roommate, and landlord to get the most out of their lease.

Should students rent a house?

William Brush, Columnist September 27, 2022

With the fall season approaching rapidly, UW Oshkosh students seeking to live off campus will have to step up to the plate and sign a lease for the next school year.  Admittedly, sifting through the...

UWO staff, students and other community members protested the privatization of UWO custodial, maintenance and grounds jobs.

Too little too late for UWO custodians?

Kelly Hueckman, Opinion Editor September 13, 2022

Across the nation, the Great Resignation is affecting businesses, institutions and other organizations, and UW Oshkosh is no exception. UWO has struggled in the past couple of years, in large part due...

Kelly Hueckman / Advance-Titan — Commuters need to consider travel time and scheduling options for classes.

Surviving the commute

Kelly Hueckman, Opinion Editor August 29, 2022

Finally, with vaccine rates going up and masks becoming less common, we can have this “real college experience” people talk about. Ah, yes, the college experience: naps between classes, a disposable...

Should you quiet quit college?

Owen Peterson, Editor-in-Chief August 29, 2022

One of the biggest social media discussions this summer was about people quiet quitting their jobs in search of better mental health.  What started as a TikTok trend quickly got the attention of outlets...

From the eyes of a UWO athlete: Caleb Cornelious

Caleb Cornelius February 16, 2022

For the track meet versus UW-Whitewater, I had to wake up around 6:30 a.m. to start getting ready for the long bus ride that left at 7:30 a.m. For this meet, we decided to debut our new golden uniforms,...

Selena Yang will graduate in December.

A message to December graduates

Selena Yang, Columnist December 7, 2021

Life consists of experiences, opinions, words of wisdom, failures and successes that ultimately shape us into the people we are today. I ask each and every one of you to think and ask yourselves: “Who...


Celebrate Suni Lee’s gold medal win, and the small victories and successes of all Hmong

Sunisa (Suni) Lee’s gold medal win in women’s all-around gymnastics at the Tokyo Olympics places Suni as the first Hmong American and the first Asian American to win gold for Team USA. Suni has not...

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