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Planned obsolescence breaks working phones

Josh Mounts

September 28, 2017

Filed under Columnist, Opinion

It seems like there’s some new model of your electronic device all the time, offering new features, styles and more. This is a fact that constantly drives consumers to desire or need these new models. This whole concept can be de...

Campus safety an issue

September 21, 2017

No fake news

Hailey Lawrence

September 21, 2017

Filed under Columnist, Opinion

One of the first things you’ll learn as a journalism major is the most important thing to have is credibility. You don’t even need to be a journalism major to care about your credibility—it’s universal. You don’t...

Photos continue to lose meaning

Ethan Uslabar

September 21, 2017

Filed under Columnist, Opinion

When photography was young, pictures were taken sparingly and only of important events and happenings. These pictures of important events were, I think, pregnant with meaning, with thousands of words. After all, a photograph is...

Freshman’s perspective of first days on UWO campus

Renae Karmen

September 14, 2017

Filed under Columnist, Opinion

For many students at UW Oshkosh, this fall is just the start of another school year. However, for the incoming freshman class, it is the start of an entirely new experience. For freshmen, this past week has basically been...

Asthma, allergies make res hall A/C a necessity

Abby Zook

September 14, 2017

Filed under Columnist, Opinion

UW Oshkosh has 10 unique residence halls to choose from while living on campus. Many offer specific programs such as Learning in a First-Year Environment, Second-Year Environment, Substance Free, Honors, the Rainbow floor and Colle...

Letter to the Editor

May 4, 2017

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinion

By: Ally Chard Email: [email protected] Gov. Scott Walker’s recent budget proposal states UW System students would be allowed to opt out of the allocable portion of segregated fees but fails to address who will compensate...

Students look at end of school year differently

Hailey Lawrence

May 4, 2017

Filed under Columnist, Opinion

If the end of the school year had a song, it would have to be “Closing Time” by Semisonic. You’re almost done writing those last papers, cramming for exams is almost coming to an end, you’re almost out of the dorms…...

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