The Advance-Titan

Harassment prevention training needs better execution

November 2, 2016

[media-credit id=157 align="alignleft" width="300"][/media-credit] What better way to get students to understand the severity of sexual assault, and the effects of drugs and alcohol than a required online training? UWO freshmen are now required to complete the online course titled Think About It o...

The right president for our daughters

Shayna Beining

November 2, 2016

[media-credit id=81 align="alignleft" width="300"][/media-credit] Recently, I was fortunate enough to witness a few of Hillary Clinton’s political advertisements that sparked an important fire under me – why Hillary Clinton is the right President for our daughters. There were a few political adve...

Sports need new mascots

Katherine Baird

November 2, 2016

If you’ve glanced at the news recently or know anyone who is from the state of Illinois, then it is safe to assume you know the Cubs are playing in the World Series against the Cleveland Indians. It’s been 71 years since the original Chicago baseball team made an appearance in the World Series and ...

Cast a vote for what matters

October 26, 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...

Get ahead, beat stress at the start

Katherine Baird

October 26, 2016

Stress, a word used nearly every day by college students globally, is almost always on our mind weighing us down. Stress can show itself in many ways. Through poor behavior, actions and emotions, we can see in ourselves and others the ugly face of stress and how negatively it impacts us. Whe...

Choose to cut the ties with your social media applications

Katherine Baird

October 19, 2016

[media-credit id=178 align="alignleft" width="225"][/media-credit] There are five minutes until class starts and you could either engage in a conversation with your fellow classmates, or you could check whatever message just popped up on your phone. Most often, students choose the latter. Smartphon...

Too busy for Homecoming

October 19, 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...

The reason for dysfunction in Madison

Aaron Wojciechowski

October 13, 2016

With so much corruption and foul play in the Capitol, residents of Wisconsin are questioning the integrity of Governor Walker and the current legislature. As the people of Wisconsin begin to witness dysfunction and gridlock unfold in our government, they repeatedly ask themselves, “Why is this happening?”...

As schoolwork piles up, self-care is crucial

Constance Bougie

October 13, 2016

[media-credit id=157 align="alignleft" width="150"][/media-credit] Surrounded by project deadlines and class readings, it’s easy for students to forget that there’s a world outside Sage and Clow Halls. We get so caught up in a rhythm of working, sleeping, attending classes and taking breaks t...

The key to inner peace

Mariah Heyden

October 13, 2016

[media-credit id=193 align="alignleft" width="150"][/media-credit] Our generation is afraid of loneliness, but is unable to realize the difference between being alone and being lonely. Being alone is a matter of solitude, enjoying your own company even. It is being able to go out for coffee by yourself ...

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