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Life as a black Hispanic student at UWO

Isaac Boiten, Columnist

December 4, 2019

I am biracial. My mother is Hispanic and my father is black. When I was young, I was adopted along with my two brothers and my sister. This is my fourth year attending UW Oshkosh as an anthropology major. UWO is a predominantly white university, as is the high school I graduated from. During my...

Disney enlists in the streaming war

Disney enlists in the streaming war.

Owen Peterson, Writer

November 21, 2019

"With the long-awaited launch of Disney+ last week Tuesday, as well as the premiere of Apple TV+ occurring earlier in the month, it seems like the options for streaming services are becoming endless. With so many options to choose from, it would seem that the so-called “streaming wars” are truly...

Lights and movement: UWO Fox Cities’ ‘Curious Incident’

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

Leo Costello, Editor

November 21, 2019

"The lights come up. A boy looks down at a dog on the ground with a pitchfork in its side. The lights flash on and off like a heartbeat as the boy looks in horror. Who killed this dog? The UW Oshkosh — Fox Cities theatre program debuted their first show of the semester last Thursday, “The Curious...

Vector Marketing: Scam or lucrative business opportunity?

Vector Marketing: Scam or lucrative business opportunity?

Leo Costello, Editor

November 21, 2019

"If you’ve walked through Reeve Memorial Union or Blackhawk Commons during your stay at UW Oshkosh, you’ve probably come across one of Vector Marketing’s recruitment tables. The table often has vague and alluring messages like “part-time work,” “excellent starting pay” and “make your...

Wisconsin students’ high loan debt should be reduced or eliminated

Kyle Krenke, Letter to the Editor

November 20, 2019

Wisconsin students are getting bombarded with student loans at one of the highest amounts across the nation, but that could change. Currently, Wisconsin students are 13th in the nation of the highest loan debts at graduation day with an average of $31,705, quite a bit higher than the national average...

Budget cuts may lead to larger class sizes, increasing value to Supplemental Instructions

Sam Christie, Letter to the Editor

November 20, 2019

With larger class sizes caused by budget cuts becoming a real possibility at UW Oshkosh, you may be asking yourself, “How am I going to survive this coming semester? I barely survived my classes this semester!” Supplemental Instruction (SI) might just be the answer to your prayers! As a freshman...

Youth culture, cartoons, and creativity

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Ethan Uslabar, Editor - Arts & Entertainment

November 15, 2019

One week ago the Allen Priebe Art Gallery welcomed artist Brooke Grucella to campus for the opening of her exhibition titled “Repeat After Me,” a series focusing heavily on pop culture images and classic cartoon imagery to represent our modern society. Grucella said she never had the opportunity...

Tips and tricks: How to budget your money as a student

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Jessica Rosga, Columnist

November 15, 2019

With having a lot of payments and concerns such as tuition, rent, groceries, car payments, beloved Wi-Fi, credit cards and more, the possibilities of having extra money to spend on yourself or even a night out seems hard to accomplish. Despite not having a high income, there are still tips on how to...

Life as a Native American student at UWO

DePerry speaks at Take Back the Night on the crisis of missing and murdered indigenous women.

Tatum DePerry, Guest Columnist

November 15, 2019

Bozhoo (Hello)! My name is Tatum and I am a member of the Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa and I also have ties to the Stockbridge-Munsee Band of Mohican Nation. However, being an enrolled member or a “card-carrying Indian” does not define what it means to be Native American. When other...

Out-of-state student weighs in on opportunity costs

Margherite Pettenuzzo

November 15, 2019

At UW Oshkosh, out-of-state students and international students do not experience the same luxuries as students who live in the state of Wisconsin. For someone like me who chose to go to an out-of-state school, it is not hard to forget all the things these students give up by going to a college that...

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