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Independent Student Newspaper of UW Oshkosh Campuses

The Advance-Titan

Independent Student Newspaper of UW Oshkosh Campuses

The Advance-Titan

Evenings in the Prairie concludes

Mattie Beck, Arts & Entertainment Editor September 21, 2023

“Evenings in the Prairie,” a free event that invited the community to come walk along trails located in different locations around the community, held its last trail event for the year. There were...

Source: Apple Music

Addison Rae is bringing back Y2K pop

Cassidy Johnson, Web Editor September 20, 2023

2023 has certainly proved to be an interesting year so far for music, and may even be a defining year in the industry.  Between many beloved artists releasing new music, trying out new genres and entering...

Source: University websites or Board of Regents August 2023 Meeting Book

How did we get here?

Josh Lehner, Assistant News Editor September 20, 2023

Many professors and departments at UW Oshkosh are adjusting to furloughs and an increased teaching load in the wake of the university’s $18 million structural deficit. One such instructor is Michael...

Photo courtesy of Oshkosh PD / The Oshkosh Police Department cruiser waits near a park in town.

Undercover prostitution investigation leads to OPD arrest of 10 men

Katie Pulvermacher, Editor-in-Chief September 20, 2023

The Oshkosh Police Department’s (OPD) Vice, Narcotics Unit, detective and patrol officers arrested 10 adult males after an undercover prostitution investigation on the North side of Oshkosh on Sept....

UWO faculty senators vote in favor of officially supporting an outline of requests for Chancellor Leavitt and Provost Martini.

Faculty Senate endorses list of expectations addressed to chancellor, provost

Kelly Hueckman, Managing Editor September 20, 2023

The UW Oshkosh Faculty Senate voted unanimously to endorse a document of expectations for Chancellor Andrew Leavitt and Provost Edwin Martini.  The vote was not on the meeting agenda, but the Faculty...

UWO is facing an $18 million budget deficit, furloughs and layoffs. Faculty and staff are struggling with the decisions university officials must make.

Moving Forward at UWO

UWO Staff & Faculty September 13, 2023

Editor’s Note: This is a submission from 11 UWO faculty and staff.   Chancellor Andrew Leavitt made a surprise announcement toward the end of summer: UW Oshkosh does not have enough money...

New COVID-19 vaccine may pose campus problems

Josh Lehner, Assistant News Editor September 13, 2023

A new vaccine targeting COVID-19 subvariants is set to release later this month, but stocking them on campus may pose extra challenges, the UW Oshkosh’s Student Health Center director said. The BA.2.86...

Courtesy of Amelia Hust -- Oshkosh’s senior defensive specialist Amelia Hust sets the ball to a teammate during a match at the Kolf Sports Center last season.

Titan seniors make impact on court

Nolan Swenson, Co-Sports Editor September 13, 2023

The fall season has brought forward two new UW Oshkosh volleyball seniors, Riley Kindt and Amelia Hust, to lead their team and set their legacy. Kindt began her volleyball career in elementary school...

Courtesy of Michelle Waldrop — 
Nearly 1,200 participants prepare to take a shot of Fireball whiskey to set the record for the world’s longest shotski at a bar in Eagle River Aug. 20, 2022.

Most on-brand world records set in Wisconsin

Kelly Hueckman, Managing Editor August 31, 2023

Wisconsin can contribute its fame to a wide range of things — the Green Bay Packers, a surplus of breweries and a borderline obsession with cheese of all kinds. Of course, we can’t forget about...

Anya Kelley / The Advance-Titan — The $18 million budget deficit that UWO is facing is rooted in declining higher education enrollment, an aging demographic and declining state support.

UWO faces an $18 million budget deficit

Anya Kelley, News Editor August 30, 2023

UW Oshkosh is facing an $18 million structural deficit and is planning 200 non-faculty layoffs and additional furlough periods to cut expenses for the 2023-24 academic year. In an Aug. 3 email, Chancellor...

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