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What it’s like student teaching during a pandemic

With schools shut down, Borchardt teaches her fourth grade class through Zoom meetings.

Tianna Borchardt, Guest Columnist

April 29, 2020

Wow, I would have never imagined in a million years that this is how I would spend my last semester of college at UW Oshkosh. The semester that I have been waiting and preparing for over the last three and a half years suddenly comes to a halt and now everything is virtual. I am an elementary educati...

UW Oshkosh senior missing out on gymnastics season, graduation

Courtesy of Baylee Tkaczuk

Baylee Tkaczuk, Guest Columnist

April 29, 2020

This pandemic has caused myself and many others a sad, unexpected ending to their college careers in academics and athletics. Although I am grateful to be healthy at this point and know it is very unfortunate that others are suffering in many ways health-wise during this time, many people like myself...

‘Extraction’ has thrilling action but no story

Nolan Fullington, Columnist

April 29, 2020

“Extraction” would normally be a film that everyone glosses over, but due to the lack of theatrical releases, something like “Extraction” is the closest resemblance to a theatrical film at the moment. It is doing fairly well on Netflix, and is largely driven by the creative power of Joe Russo,...

The trials of online learning

Sophia Voight, Opinion Editor

April 22, 2020

As UWO rounds off its first full month of coronavirus-induced online courses, I have found myself reflecting on the good, the bad and the ugly of this transition to online learning. Being forced online and having to adjust to at-home learning has revealed some interesting changes in academia. And...

‘Cursed Films’ explores horror film conspiracies

Nolan Fullington, Columnist

April 22, 2020

“Cursed Films” is a documentary/limited series now streaming exclusively on Shudder that examines the facts, myths, curses and mysteries surrounding iconic horror films and franchises whose casts and crews have been struck by sudden tragedy. The films explored in this five-episode series include...

Staying relatively healthy in relatively fun ways during the coronapocalypse

Carter Uslabar/ The Advance-Titan -- During the pandemic, there is no excuse not to take your dog for a walk.

Heidi Docter, Opinion Writer and Copy Editor

April 21, 2020

We have all seen the articles floating around about staying active during quarantine, but they’re all the same and they’re all BORING. With most articles recommending things like “take a walk” and “stay hydrated,” I think we’re all getting sick of hearing the same few suggestions over...

Personal experience with social distancing

courtesy of Jessica Rosga

Jessica Rosga, Columnist

April 15, 2020

When classes got canceled and UWO students were given a two-week spring break, I honestly did not take social distancing as seriously as I should have. At that point, I was still planning on taking my spring break trip and seeing my friends. But before the actual trip was to begin, my friends and...

Bitter Coffee with spoiled Kareem

Nolan Fullington, Columnist

April 15, 2020

“Coffee & Kareem” is the latest comedy film from Netflix. Its linchpin aspect is Ed Helms, who I’ve rarely found funny, he usually comes off as blunderous and annoying in most of his films or television shows. It just so happens that he plays a similar type of character in this new film directed...

How to get an internship in a tough economy

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Collin Tuchalski, Columnist

April 15, 2020

As COVID-19 has taught everyone, anything can happen, including a virus that can shut down the majority of the world seemingly overnight and put the economy in a tailspin. While there is a lot of uncertainty in this world now, there are a few things that you can do to find an internship or job in...

‘Spenser Confidential’ is a waste of time

Nolan Fullington, Columnist

April 9, 2020

“Spenser Confidential” marks the return of the Mark Wahlberg and Peter Berg team-up. This time, their work is being produced by Netflix. When two Boston police officers are murdered, ex-cop Spenser (Wahlberg) teams up with his roommate, Hawk (Winston Duke) to take down criminals. Berg has made...

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