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8 cheap fall activities for students

Kellie Wambold

September 28, 2016

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Tests add to financial pressure

September 28, 2016

[media-credit id=124 align="alignnone" width="238"][/media-credit] If you are interested in paying hundreds of dollars in tests alone, in addition to your tuition, then an education major may be the one for you. Students pursuing a degree in education are required to pay to take three, sometime...

Carpenter creates a new culture

Michael Johrendt

September 28, 2016

In 2011, Jordan Carpenter began his college career at UW Oshkosh. His goals included graduating with an undergraduate degree and running cross country. Three and a half years later, he was able to earn his degree while recording high academic marks and being a top runner for the men’s cross co...

Producer of Batman speaks at UWO

Mia Wilson

September 28, 2016

Executive producer of three Batman films, Michael Uslan, appeared as the first keynote in the UW Oshkosh’s speaker series to inspire students to plan for the future, but follow their childhood dreams. The speaker series holds several events throughout the school year, hosting a diverse group of ...

Football starts 3-0 before conference play

Nate Proell

September 28, 2016

The UW Oshkosh football team finished its non-conference part of the season undefeated 3-0 as they shutout the Morthland College (Ill.) Patriots 77-0 which is their third highest point total in history on Saturday, Sept. 24. This was their first 3-0 start since 2013 and head coach Pat Cerroni...

Oshkosh gears up to vote

Ti Windisch

September 21, 2016

On Thursday, Sept. 22 a minivan outside Reeve Memorial Union will allow UW Oshkosh students to register to vote for the upcoming elections in November. According to Executive Director of the League of Women Voters of Wisconsin Andrea Kaminski, the League of Women Voters sponsored their Gear Up To Vote events on several high school and college campuses a...

Women’s volleyball opens conference play

Natalie Dillon

September 21, 2016

The UW Oshkosh women’s volleyball team’s nine game winning streak was snapped in the conference opener at UW-Whitewater on Wednesday, Sept. 21. Despite an impressive run, with wins over Millikin University, St. Norbert College and Lawrence University earlier in the season, UWO lost in strai...

Reeve Union hosts local live music night

Anne Wilhelms

September 21, 2016

The front lawn of Horizon Village hosted a live music event Sept. 15, which brought in two local talents from the Fox Valley-- Kelsey Johnson-Fisher and Tim Schneiger and the Middle Men. Reeve Union Board member Riley Smith was in charge of preparing for this event, for which planning can ...

Resource Center kicks off year

Mia Wilson

September 21, 2016

The Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender and Queer/Questioning Resource Center held their open house on Sept. 16th at the Center for Equity and Diversity for students to come and check out amenities provided for students within the community. The center started in the fall of 2008 in an effort to make of making UW Oshkosh a safer, more inclusiv...

Paleolithic diet AKA the “caveman diet”

Katherine Baird

September 21, 2016

Katherine Baird | The Advance-Titan Take a moment to think about what you eat from day to day. How many of those foods contain refined sugars (aka standard table sugars)? Salsa, bread, smoothies, barbecue sauce, pizza and even salads. Didn’t imagine that sugars could find their way into your savory choices? Well think ag...

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