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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 ...

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...

STAR Report needs major makeover

Constance Bougie

October 6, 2016

[media-credit id=157 align="alignnone" width="300"][/media-credit] [media-credit id=157 align="alignright" width="150"][/media-credit] UW Oshkosh’s STAR Report may be moderately helpful when enrollment time comes around, but it definitely could use a makeover. As the report exists now, the ...

Study abroad worth the cost

Katherine Baird

October 6, 2016

[media-credit id=178 align="alignnone" width="150"][/media-credit] Student questionnaires are often filled with questions like, “have you been out of the country? Where have you traveled? Have you studied abroad?” Even teachers and peers are asking where you have been. Maybe they’re asking to...

Drunk bus’ offers students free rides

October 6, 2016

In a crowd of intoxicated students, a designated driver is often hard to come by. The UW Oshkosh campus has a late night Titan Transit bus service in place for these very instances. Students excitedly plan their nights of going to the bars or parties, and getting home is often the last thing on their...

Millennials keep up with news more than you may think

Constance Bougie

September 29, 2016

[media-credit id=157 align="alignnone" width="150"][/media-credit] The upcoming presidential elections have a large number of us clicking on every featured article on Facebook concerning our favorite—or least favorite—candidates. Lately, other famous topics have been catching the eyes of man...

Vote Feingold this November for U.S. Senate

Brandon Colligan

September 29, 2016

[media-credit id=184 align="alignnone" width="150"][/media-credit] Wisconsin is front and center in this year’s presidential election, but the state’s U.S. Senate race is just as pivotal. Incumbent Republican Ron Johnson is up against Democrat Russ Feingold in a race that could determine whet...

Tests add to financial pressure

September 29, 2016

[media-credit id=124 align="alignnone" width="238"][/media-credit] If you are interested in paying hundreds of dollars in tests alone, in addition to your tuition, then an education major may be the one for you. Students pursuing a degree in education are required to pay to take three, sometime...

Letters to the editor

September 21, 2016

To the Editor: Although the article on the offensive “cream pie” sign was informative, it did not indicate what legal grounds the university administration or police had for going on private property and having the sign removed. Students do have legal rights, after all, and those include guarding...

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