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The Advance-Titan

Independent Student Newspaper of UW Oshkosh Campuses

The Advance-Titan

All content by Josh Lehner
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The UWO Model UN team poses at the Midwest Model United Nations competition, which was held last month in St. Louis.

UWO Model UN wins awards

Josh Lehner, News Editor
March 7, 2024
Courtesy of Polk Library
A section of books are off limits after suffering water damage in Polk in 2014.

UWO aims to reimagine Polk

Josh Lehner, News Editor
February 22, 2024
Courtesy of Reeve Marketing - Oshkosh 94 member Sheila Knox speaks alongside a panel of other members about Black Thursday’s impact on UWO.

POV: The Oshkosh ’94

Josh Lehner, Assistant News Editor
November 29, 2023
Josh Lehner / Advance-Titan -Provost Edwin Martini (left) and Chancellor Andrew Leavitt (right) discuss UWO’s financial situation and the future of the university during the town hall on Nov. 2.

Leavitt discusses UWO’s deficit

Josh Lehner, Assistant News Editor
November 8, 2023
Kelly Hueckman / Advance-Titan - Acting Chief of Police Chris Tarmann walks alongside OSG Vice President
Jakob Rucinski in the safety walk on Tuesday.

‘Safety walk’ event calls for student input

Josh Lehner, Assistant News Editor
October 25, 2023

Phishing scam email sparks concern

Josh Lehner, Assistant News Editor
October 4, 2023
Josh Lehner / Advance-Titan - A group of students, staff, faculty and community members chant slogans in front of Sage Hall during Tuesdays walkout protest. The protest, which began at the Culver Family Welcome Center, worked its way to Sage Hall before ending in front of Polk Library.

‘Chop from the top!’

Josh Lehner, Assistant News Editor
October 3, 2023
Source: University websites or Board of Regents August 2023 Meeting Book

How did we get here?

Josh Lehner, Assistant News Editor
September 20, 2023

New COVID-19 vaccine may pose campus problems

Josh Lehner, Assistant News Editor
September 13, 2023
Willem Flaugher / Advance-Titan - People are exposed to per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) in the products they eat and drink. They do not
break down over time and show multitudes of health affects depending on the concentration exposure.

PFAS: New standards and Oshkosh

Josh Lehner, Assistant News Editor
May 3, 2023
The Last Lecture event offered Nicholls and UWO student Sam Sasin the opportunity to present the lecture they’d give if it was their last.

Last Lecture offers opportunity to empower

Josh Lehner, Assistant News Editor
April 26, 2023
Courtesy of Bailey Laird - The RTF department will be hosting their annual film festival at the Time Community Theater on May 16 at 6 p.m.

RTF students plan film festival

Josh Lehner, Assistant News Editor
April 19, 2023
Josh Lehner / Advance-Titan
Award-winners pose with their trophies after winning the Culver’s Business Model Competition. Finalists split $30,000 in prizes.

Students compete for $30,000

Josh Lehner, Assistant News Editor
April 19, 2023
UWO Archives and Josh Lehner / Advance-Titan
Halsey (right) has changed little since the 1970s (left). Professors who utilize the building have pointed to the fact that Halsey hasn’t kept up
with science and technology. UWO computer science chair George Thomas said that a more modern, welcoming space with more lounges and study space will benefit students.

Survey considers replacing Halsey

Josh Lehner, Assistant News Editor
April 19, 2023
Willem Flaugher / Advance-Titan - A student uses ChatGPT to write their online assignment. Though
it’s able to quickly summarize and explain complex topics, ChatGPT can be used to cheat on assignments. Some classrooms across the country have outright banned the chatbot.

ChatGPT redefines teaching at UWO

Josh Lehner, Assistant News Editor
April 5, 2023
 Courtesy of UWO Flickr - “Construction workers renovate Clow Hall, which is set to open next semester. College of Education and Human Services Dean Linda Haling said that the newly renovated building will be a massive upgrade to students.”

Clow Hall renovations near completion

Josh Lehner, Assistant News Editor
April 5, 2023
UWO Graphic - Koker said that decreases in enrollment have stifled revenue. “[The] fiscal ‘23 budget issue we find
ourselves in is we had the worst possible words collide,” he said.

Koker announces new budget corrections

Josh Lehner, Assistant News Editor
March 15, 2023
Resume Builder - 77% of companies say ChatGPT helps them write job descriptions, 66% use it to draft interview requisitions and 65% use it to respond to applicants.

Is ChatGPT the future?

Josh Lehner, Assistant News Editor
March 15, 2023

UWO expands its online course offerings

Josh Lehner, Assistant News Editor
March 15, 2023

New AI club fosters creativity

Josh Lehner, Assistant News Editor
March 8, 2023

UWO unveils emergency alert system

Josh Lehner, Staff Writer
February 22, 2023
Courtesy of J.F. Brennan Company — An aerial view of the Fox River.

Restoring the Fox River’s vitality

Josh Lehner, Assistant News Editor
February 8, 2023
Advance-Titan File Photo /  Trump’s Twitter account has been revived — and not without controversy. This has since raised concerns about his Facebook account.

Unban Trump’s Facebook

Josh Lehner, Assistant News Editor
February 8, 2023
Courtesy of Alphonso Simpson Jr. / After nearly two decades, UWO inducted five students into the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity founded in 1906 to support minority students

Alpha Phi Alpha returns to UWO

Josh Lehner, Staff Writer
December 7, 2022
Sheila Knox

Oshkosh 94 sponsors scholarship

Josh Lehner, Staff Writer
December 7, 2022

Biden’s loan relief plan paused

Josh Lehner, Staff Writer
December 1, 2022
Josh Lehner / The Advance-Titan -- Haskin runs for governor against people more than twice his age.

22-year-old runs for WI governor

Josh Lehner, Staff Writer
October 26, 2022
The Advance-Titan archives-- Student spending on textbooks has decreased significantly in the past year due to digital formats offering a less expesive alternative to the physical copy.

Student spending decreases

Josh Lehner, Staff Writer
October 19, 2022
Photos: Josh Lehner / The Advance-Titan-- Ahmed Khan speaks on the impending catastrophe of the Doomsday Clock and global nuclear war.

Fighting for peace

Josh Lehner, Writer
September 28, 2022
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Guest presenters share statistics of drug use in Winnebago County.

Education key to stop overdoses

Josh Lehner, Staff Writer
April 13, 2022
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