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Fees put events at risk

April 6, 2017

[media-credit id=157 align="alignleft" width="250"][/media-credit] Oshkosh is commonly known as Wisconsin’s Event City, hosting popular events such as Experimental Aircraft Association AirVenture, Oshkosh Saturday Farmers Market, Pub Crawl, Sawdust Days, Battle on the Bago Fishing Derby, Festival Foods Turkey Trot, Irish...

OSA election reflects national politics

Hailey Lawrence

April 6, 2017

Politics. We love to hate it and hate to love it. People like to spice up any conversation with a dash of “I hate Hillary Clinton” here and a sprinkle of “Donald Trump is trash” there. Let’s just admit it: the 2016 Election was like that juicy soap opera that you know is horrible to watch...

Votes were stolen from UWO students in OSA election

Brandon Colligan

April 6, 2017

Prior to the most recent student election on campus, UW Oshkosh was on par to get students excited about voting for their leaders and creating a successful model to engage students in the democratic process. This all changed when the conclusive finding of the election commission reported it had deducted...

OSA election system needs an update

March 30, 2017

[media-credit id=157 align="alignleft" width="170"][/media-credit] The current system the Oshkosh Student Association uses to declare the winner in their elections led to one slate being left with -22 votes after the election results were released on Mar. 28. That is all you need to know to understa...

Positive attitude can lower stress

Elizabeth Pletzer

March 30, 2017

Spring break is an excellent time for students to relax and unwind following a stressful first half of the semester. It is also a time to mentally prepare for the rest of the semester, which usually is more demanding than the previous half. Maintaining focus and motivation can be very challenging...

University shuttle must extend operation hours

March 16, 2017

[media-credit id=157 align="alignleft" width="212"][/media-credit] UW Oshkosh Parking Services offer a free shuttle service to students who need to get from academic buildings, administrative buildings and residence halls in the center of campus to the University’s outer parking lots. The shuttl...

Get out and travel more

Mariah Heyden

March 16, 2017

We have no choice in where we are born and raised. Sometimes we are stuck in the same place all our lives. If we move, it is usually to the other side of town or the next city over. You can never move forward if you remain in the same spot and refuse to take direction in your life. You can never gain...

Weapons need safe storage

March 9, 2017

[media-credit id=157 align="alignleft" width="230"][/media-credit] The Oshkosh Student Association approved a proposal on Feb. 21 that stated either the UW Oshkosh Police Department or the University in general should provide reasonable accommodations for the storage of student weapons currently ...

False spring is a warning

Elizabeth Pletzer

March 9, 2017

While students have enjoyed and embraced the warm weather in shorts and light spring jackets, they should be concerned about the implications these unseasonably warm temperatures may have. Having near-60 degree days for a solid week in February may be pleasant, but according to U.S. climate data,...

Failing friendships might not be your fault

Mariah Heyden

March 9, 2017

Throughout my life, I have seen different friends come and go. Each situation is different and each friendship is different. Considering recent times, I am seeing more of my friendships failing, and I often find myself pondering the reason behind that. People are selfish. I lay in bed and lose sleep...

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