The Advance-Titan

Titan Alert need to get sent out to UWO campus sooner

February 23, 2017

[media-credit id=157 align="alignleft" width="300"][/media-credit] If a dangerous incident takes place in the UW Oshkosh area, Titan Alerts are an easy way to keep people informed about the situation. Severe weather warnings, campus emergencies and safety concerns such as robberies or assaults can r...

University needs to communicate to students, community members

February 16, 2017

[media-credit id=157 align="alignleft" width="232"][/media-credit] University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Chancellor Andrew Leavitt sent an email on January 18 to all UWO students and employees regarding the recent events that transpired between UWO and the UWO Foundation. While it was great that the U...

Fake news leads to distrust

February 9, 2017

[media-credit id=157 align="alignleft" width="300"][/media-credit] In this day and age, it is difficult for anyone to avoid the media. Watching television, reading newspaper or magazine articles, scrolling through social media, and having conversations with others are just a few of the ways in which ...

UWO needs a true finals week

December 8, 2016

[media-credit id=157 align="alignleft" width="204"][/media-credit] Every semester students are faced with at least three weeks of stress leading up to finals week. Not only is a week with an exam in almost every class in your schedule hard, but having to still go to class and learn new material dur...

Benefits of required on-campus housing do not outweigh the cost

December 1, 2016

[media-credit id=157 align="alignleft" width="187"][/media-credit] Most sophomores at UW Oshkosh are forced into living in on-campus housing for a full year. This means that they are paying at least an additional $4,220 in housing alone, not including the required meal plan. Director of Residenc...

UWO needs to help students stop overspending on books

November 17, 2016

[media-credit id=157 align="alignleft" width="300"][/media-credit] Each semester students spend around $400 on textbooks that they open maybe once or twice during the semester. For the average full-time, in-state student, a semester’s worth of tuition is $3,773, and that’s without a meal pla...

Illnesses don’t always have physical symptoms

Mariah Heyden

November 10, 2016

[media-credit id=157 align="alignleft" width="300"][/media-credit] Invisible illnesses can significantly impair the activities of one’s daily living; whether that is every day, in bursts throughout their lifetime or only for a period of time in their life. Invisible illnesses are defined as diseases or a period of sickness affecting the body or mind, wh...

Cast a vote for what matters

October 27, 2016

[media-credit id=157 align="alignleft" width="259"][/media-credit] With candidates like Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, it is no wonder why the focus is all on them. During election season, however, down-ballot voting is just as important, if not more, as voting for the presidential candidates. Do...

Too busy for Homecoming

October 20, 2016

[media-credit id=157 align="alignleft" width="300"][/media-credit] Across the country, Homecoming is a time of festivities and school pride, but at UW Oshkosh half of the campus does not even realize that it is Homecoming until the week has passed. If it weren’t for a comedian show or the sale of H...

Clowning around campus

October 13, 2016

[media-credit id=157 align="alignnone" width="225"][/media-credit] Social media has brought “killer clowns” into a completely new light after multiple clowns have reportedly been spotted taunting everyday people. Clowns have been seen walking in empty parking lots, in the woods, cornfields a...

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