The Advance-Titan

Key characters leave A-T

Key characters leave A-T

A-T staff

May 9, 2019

News editor leaves her helmet behind

News editor leaves her helmet behind

Christina Basken, News Editor

May 9, 2019

Although it might sound cliché, saying goodbye is bittersweet. After three long years of being a photographer, staff writer, assistant news editor and eventually head news editor, I feel more ready for the “real world” than I ever thought possible. I truly would not be where I am if it weren’t...

Trash is finally taken out at A-T

Trash is finally taken out at A-T

Nikki Brahm, Assistant News Editor

May 9, 2019

Three years ago I entered the dreaded yet required web design course for all journalism majors and I sat next to none other than Ti, news editor of the Advance-Titan at the time. After recently deciding to ditch PR and pursue writing and editing, Ti encouraged me to write my first article for the Advance-Titan,...

EIC doesn’t burn the place down, thanks his folks

EIC doesn’t burn the place down, thanks his folks

Calvin Skalet, Editor-in-Chief

May 9, 2019

Folks, it’s time for me to say goodbye to Reeve 19 and all of the memories it produced. Thank you to every single person who has helped me get to where I am today. Roommates, family, friends, coworkers, bosses, etc. I’ve had so much help in everything I’ve been able to accomplish in my life....

long-standing desker finally leaves

long-standing desker finally leaves

Frankie Rabas, Copy Desk Chief

May 9, 2019

It’s hard to believe that after nearly four years at copy desk, my time with the Advance-Titan is coming to an end. I joined the A-T as a nervous freshman who hadn’t even taken the intro journalism course yet; I just wanted to get involved. I kind of owe everything to Katie Knox, who was the editor...

Lions don’t lose sleep over opinions of sheep

Lions don’t lose sleep over opinions of sheep

Evan Moris, Sports Editor

May 9, 2019

Hello friends, Evan Moris here. I am a radio/TV/film major with a minor in history. I was born and raised in the Madison suburb or Mt. Horeb, Wisconsin. Oshkosh has been my home for last five years and in a number of days, I will be graduating. Let me tell you how I got here. The first day I had...

5K for mental health awareness

5K for mental health awareness

Megan Behnke, News Writer

May 9, 2019

Seven hundred participants showed up for the annual 5K for Mental Health and Suicide Awareness at Oshkosh North High School last Saturday. The National Alliance on Mental Illness hosted the 5K. NAMI provides education, advocacy and support to help people cope with mental illness. NAMI Executive...

Baseball loses three out of its final four games

Baseball loses three out of its final four games

Joseph Schulz, Managing Editor

May 9, 2019

The UW Oshkosh baseball team concluded the season losing three games to UW-Platteville in a four-game series. The Titans finished the season with an overall record of 18-21 and a conference record of 11-13. May 4 UW Oshkosh split the doubleheader with the UW-Platteville, winning the first game of ...

Lack of UWO vaccination policy injects concern

Lack of UWO vaccination policy injects concern

A-T staff

May 9, 2019

A misguided public health concern over vaccinations has led to the quarantine of seven schools and two universities, a 300% increase in measles cases worldwide and the greatest number of measles cases in the U.S. since its elimination over 19 years ago. The anti-vax movement has begun to make its...

‘Reproductive writes’ analyzed with blackout poetry

‘Reproductive writes’ analyzed with blackout poetry

Kaitlyn Scoville, News Writer

May 9, 2019

The UW Oshkosh Women’s Advocacy Council worked with the Assisted Reproductive Technology of Infertility last Thursday to relieve stress before finals and educate the community about reproductive rights. Dr. Maria Novotny is from the English department and is a co-founder of the ART of Infertility....

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