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Gretchen Wood was awarded the merit prize by the WVA's Northeast Chapter.

UW Oshkosh student artists awarded WVA merit prize

Carter Uslabar, Editor in Chief February 19, 2020

The Wisconsin Visual Artists’ Northeast Chapter has awarded two UW Oshkosh students its merit award, a gift of $150 and a year’s membership for free, for their outstanding artwork. Gretchen Wood...

Automation shifts labor needs in the Fox Valley

Automation shifts labor needs in the Fox Valley

Oshkosh has 1,500 unfilled tech jobs
Joseph Schulz, Managing Editor February 19, 2020

The high-wage, low-skill factory jobs that have shaped Northeast Wisconsin are being replaced by high-skill, high-wage jobs, but it isn’t clear that either workers or employers are ready for the shift. Local...

Public Relations campaign promotes 2020 census in Oshkosh

Lydia Westedt, News Writer February 19, 2020

From the presidential election to the Tokyo Summer Olympics, 2020 is slated to be an exciting year. The 2020 census gives the community one more thing to look forward to. For communities like Oshkosh,...

Buddy Bootcamp burns butts

Lexi Wojcik-Kretchmer, News Writer February 19, 2020

Buddy Bootcamp, a free partner workout for all fitness levels, makes people more likely to adhere to their workout schedule because they exercise with friends. UW Oshkosh Fitness Services Coordinator...

UW Oshkosh administrators address budget woes

Joseph Schulz, Managing Editor February 19, 2020

UW Oshkosh has asked the UW System for financial help as part of a plan to manage its budget that aims to cut spending and invest in enrollment. The university has a “budget hole” due to a projected...

Jessica King campaign stops at UW Oshkosh

Joseph Schulz, Managing Editor February 19, 2020

Democrat Jessica King made a stop on the campaign trial at UW Oshkosh last week in her bid to take Wisconsin’s 6th Congressional District seat from Republican Glenn Grothman. King is one of three...

Proposed policy threatens Hmong community

Carter Uslabar, Editor in Chief February 19, 2020

Oshkosh and Fox Valley area officials are speaking out against the Trump administration’s talks around deporting and repatriating Hmong and Lao residents. The Fox Cities are home to a thriving Hmong...

ArtsCore partnership receives extension

Carter Uslabar, Editor in Chief February 19, 2020

One cannot pour from an empty watering can, and seeds will not sprout if not watered properly. This is the problem ArtsCore, an initiative providing additional training and support to early-career educators...

Dungeons & Dragons helps players relieve stress and anxiety.

Dungeons & Dragons provides anxiety relief

Corey Jepsen , Columnist February 19, 2020

If three years ago you told me I would be into Dungeons & Dragons, I wouldn’t have believed you. When I was younger, I saw it as the peak of being a nerd and not the trendy kind. I associated it...

Senior Adam Fravert jumps for the opening tipoff

Red hot Titans approach post season

Neal Hogden , Sports Writer February 19, 2020

The UW Oshkosh men’s basketball team won two-straight Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference matchups against UW-Stevens Point and UW-Stout last week. On Saturday, UWO outscored UW-Stout 45-27...

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