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Nationals celebrate improbable World Series victory

Nationals celebrate improbable World Series victory

Neal Hogden, Head Sports Editor

November 7, 2019

Advance-Titan staffers Neal Hogden and Hannah Preissner attended the Washington Nationals championship parade in Washington D.C. on Saturday. The event featured thousands of fans packing the streets and cheering on their hometown team....

‘Jesus Is King’ more concerned with Chick-fil-A than God or music

‘Jesus Is King’ more concerned with Chick-fil-A than God or music

Zach Stremer, Columnist

November 7, 2019

Kanye West’s “Jesus is King” finally dropped on Oct. 25 after years of reveals, delays and hype. Yet for all the time Kanye put into his current project, it still manages to feel rushed and incomplete. The first track, “Every Hour,” features a typical gospel choir, just sped up a little...

New playground panders to adults

New playground  panders to adults

Leo Costello, Opinion Editor

November 7, 2019

As a lifetime resident of Oshkosh, the Little Oshkosh playground at Menominee Park, built by the community in 1997, was near and dear to my heart. Little Oshkosh was like an enormous wooden castle where kids of all ages, including adults, could play for hours without even touching the ground. It had...

Broadcast received

Broadcast received

Ethan Uslabar, Editor, Arts&Entertainments

November 7, 2019

“The Phantom Broadcast,” a band from the Chicago area, swung through Oshkosh on Monday night on the second to last stop of a short Midwest tour. The band, comprised of members Evan Opitz, Dave Hollis, Colin Rambert and Nick Soria dropped their most recent, completely self-produced, mixed and mastered...

‘Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde’ holds up, Fredric March does not

‘Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde’ holds up, Fredric March does not

Owen Peterson, Columnist

November 7, 2019

Fitting in with the Halloween mood last week, UW Oshkosh’s International Film Series screened the 1931 horror classic “Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde” at Reeve Union Theater last Wednesday. The film stars Fredric March, a name that should be familiar to many UWO students, both from the name of the...

Reed all about it

Reed all about it

Ethan Uslabar, Editor, Arts&Entertainment

November 7, 2019

On Monday afternoon, UW Oshkosh chancellor Andy Leavitt played his alto saxophone in the Titan Underground as a part of the Flourish Through Music and Mindful Music Monday programs. Leavitt has been playing saxophone since he first got involved with his school’s band program in the fourth grade. His...

Business professor gains U.S. Citizenship

Business professor gains U.S. Citizenship

Rachel Ryan, News Reporter

November 7, 2019

The path to citizenship for a UW Oshkosh business professor began while he was in high school, but it was a winding and decades-long journey for Jakob Iversen, who finally became a U.S. citizen on Oct. 24. The current UWO associate dean for the College of Business and information systems professor...

Life as a queer professor at UWO

Life as a queer professor at UWO

Jerry D. Thomas, Guest Columnist

November 7, 2019

By Jerry D. Thomas Associate prof, political science I used to view being gay as society’s boot on my neck. My sexuality is the “thing” that marks me as different, which today might seem passé. But I am 50 years old, and I suffered (and “suffered” is not an overstatement)...

Axios co-founder talks career milestones, thanks his midwestern and UWO roots

Axios co-founder talks career milestones, thanks his midwestern and UWO roots

Jack Tierney, Editor in Chief

November 7, 2019

It’s not that the co-founder of Axios has a disapproval for all other media outlets, it’s that he wants to have a commanding position over them. And no matter how far into the annals of the Nation’s Capital UW Oshkosh alumnus James “Jim” VandeHei buries himself, there will always be very...

The wacky history of kangaroos in Wisconsin

The wacky history of kangaroos in Wisconsin

Bethanie Gengler, News Reporter

November 7, 2019

Last June, a motorist reported seeing a kangaroo hopping across an Interstate 41 pedestrian bridge in Grand Chute, according to Grand Chute police. The caller reported the sighting just before 7 a.m., but officers were unable to locate the elusive marsupial. The Grand Chute police described the curious...

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