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The low rounds of the year were a 79 and an 82 by sophomore Lauryn Davis, an 82 by junior Margherite Pettenuzzo and an 82 by Davis, Pettenuzzo and freshman Ava

UWO golf finishes seventh at conference

Cory Sparks, Sports Editor May 5, 2021

The UW Oshkosh women’s golf team finished in seventh place out of eight teams in the three-day Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC) championship at Reedsburg Country Club. The...

Photos courtesy of Leah Porath and Nikki Arneson
Porath and Arneson are both seniors on the UWO basketball team, and they have helped the team in becoming Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC) champions in each of the last three seasons.

‘Women’s sports are underappreciated’

Cory Sparks, Sports Editor May 5, 2021

With the increasing rating and wage gaps between men’s and women’s sports, UW Oshkosh women’s basketball athletes have taken notice of the disrespect for women’s sports on a daily basis. According...

This week in UWO history

This week in UWO history

Advance-Titan May 5, 2021

May 6, 1987 — Arthur Ziegler, Wisconsin’s head cartographer for the previous 25 years, spoke on campus. Ziegler said of Wisconsin’s four boundary disputes, two eventually ended up in the U.S. Supreme...

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Making friends with the fauna on campus

Katie Pulvermacher, Staff Writer May 5, 2021

Colleges all across America claim that their animals on campus, especially squirrels, are different from animals off-campus, as they are overly friendly and let you walk right up to them. Being a student...

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Professor discusses climate change denial

Katie Pulvermacher, Staff Writer May 5, 2021

There is an “incredible solid body of science” that climate change is real and happening. So why then do people still deny that it exists? Misty McPhee, an associate professor of environmental...

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Surviving finals week

Lexi Langendorf, Arts & Entertainment Editor May 5, 2021

It’s almost that time of the year again where overwhelmed students swarm the library, cry over final projects and get more caffeine than sleep. Finals week, being packed with exams, essays and final...

Screenshot of map showing sex offenders in the Oshkosh area

Increased presence of sex offenders in Oshkosh

Lexi Langendorf, Arts & Entertainment Editor May 5, 2021

Oshkosh has more sex offenders per capita than the city of Milwaukee, according to the Wisconsin Department of Corrections Sex Offender Registry and U.S. Census Bureau. “Sex offenders have always...

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Why social media is ruining my life

Peyton Litterick May 5, 2021

Hi, I’m social media. Pay attention to me. See that picture of my friends and I trying to take a cute selfie at the pumpkin patch a couple weeks ago? Well, it turned out decent after spending...

Graphic by Cory Sparks

Crisis Text Line is an asset for nursing volunteer hours

Cory Sparks, Managing Editor May 5, 2021

With the COVID-19 pandemic taking over the world during the last 12 months, many UW Oshkosh pre-nursing students had to look to isolated ways to get their required volunteer hours in. One of the...

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Meditation is a simple, yet rewarding skill that can help you reduce stress and improve your mental health.

4 benefits of meditation

Amber Brockman, News Editor May 5, 2021

The practice of meditation is gaining popularity as a way to help ease symptoms of many health conditions and improve quality of life, with countless studies showing a variety of benefits. Most people...

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