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Printers on strike

September 21, 2016

[media-credit id=124 align="alignleft" width="300"][/media-credit] In a recent trip to Polk Library, the sight was one seen time and time again: a line of students, at least 20 deep, waiting to use the one of five printers that happens to be working. The UW Oshkosh campus uses the Pharos printing...

College brings out your true self

Constance Bougie

September 14, 2016

College years are the perfect time for students to dig deeper within themselves, discover what grows within and show off their shining findings to the rest of the world. By this time in the semester, many first-time UW Oshkosh students are starting to realize something: going to college is a much...

Sign or be homeless, the choice is yours

September 14, 2016

[media-credit id=124 align="alignnone" width="238"][/media-credit] Not only does the first week of the year bring new classes and classmates, but also the crippling fear of being homeless the following school year. Student housing may not be everyone’s first thought during that first week back on camp...

April is sexual assault awareness month

April 27, 2016

As April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, the Advance-Titan encourages its readers to take a stand to prevent assaults. Sexual assault takes many forms, including attacks, such as rape or attempted rape, or touching another person's body in any way that is unwanted or inappropriate. Sexual assault...

Campus communication could be better

Katheryn Bermann

April 27, 2016

UWO students say communication between students and professors is good overall, but there is definitely room for improvement. “I have always felt that my professors value my time and questions, so they generally get back to me in a good amount of time,” Lizzie Duffey, president of UWO’s Communication...

Staying focused as weather warms is key

April 20, 2016

The climate on campus at UW Oshkosh changes, both literally and figuratively, as the academic year draws to a close. The weather finally starts to warm up while you struggle to maintain the momentum you’ve built through the first half of the semester to finish projects, term papers and study for e...

Staying focused as weather warms is key

April 20, 2016

The climate on campus at UW Oshkosh changes, both literally and figuratively, as the academic year draws to a close. The weather finally starts to warm up while you struggle to maintain the momentum you’ve built through the first half of the semester to finish projects, term papers and study for exams....

OSA election bylaws need updating

April 13, 2016

The Oshkosh Student Association announced Austyn Booth-Anderson and Maria Berge will be the next OSA president and vice president for the 2016-2017 school year. This changing of the guard presents an opportunity for OSA to examine the way in which it governs itself and if those practices enable it to...

Impulse to emigrate is a product of privilege

April 6, 2016

The upcoming presidential election is already shaping up to be one of the most divisive in history One of its most interesting developments has been the overwhelming amount of people who are seriously considering leaving the country if certain candidates are elected. According to Google trends, the phrase...

UWO students’ critical thinking skills disappearing

Katheryn Bermann

April 6, 2016

UWO students and their parents agree: this generation is losing its ability to think critically about information and media. Jeff, a parent of a UWO student, said kids today take things at face value without fully considering them. “They see [things] on TV and think [they] have to be right,” Jeff...

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