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Dear Chancellor Leavitt, I was wrong

Joseph Schulz, Managing Editor December 9, 2020

Dear Chancellor Leavitt, I apologize. I was wrong. In an editorial earlier this semester, I predicted gloom and doom. I predicted that we would once again be sent home and forced to continue classes...

UWO alumni discuss teaching during pandemic

Andrew Hansen, News Writer December 9, 2020

The UW Oshkosh Aspiring Educators Organization held a first-year teacher panel featuring three alumni who spoke about the realities they faced teaching amidst the COVID-19 pandemic this past Thursday. “I...

NFL stumbles through season, combats COVID

NFL stumbles through season, combats COVID

Cory Sparks, Sports Editor December 2, 2020

As the NFL makes its way through the 12th week of its regular season, it is not filled with the reassurance that was in the air in mid-September at the beginning of the football season. As December,...

Letter to the Editor: Changes coming for Black Friday

Jackie Korth, Letter Author December 2, 2020

It’s one day of the year when people go crazy over unbelievable prices; this day is known as Black Friday. Black Friday always happens the day after Thanksgiving, but most stores open Thanksgiving evening. This...

From left, Lorie Winkler and Lynn Bender say that the toughest part of the stricter COVID guidelines is the loss of connection to students.

UW Oshkosh food service workers adapt to new precautions

Andrew Hansen, News Writer December 2, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has taken its toll on UW Oshkosh food services workers still adjusting to the new regulations. “There’s a lot more rules with masks, glove-changing and cleaning,” Blackhawk...

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How Oshkosh mishandled the COVID-19 pandemic

Joseph Schulz, Managing Editor December 2, 2020

The coronavirus pandemic has strained the Oshkosh economy, as iconic events have been canceled, employees laid off and both small and large businesses face financial shortcomings.  In the months since...

How COVID-19 will change Thanksgiving 2020

How COVID-19 will change Thanksgiving 2020

Lexi Langendorf, News Writer November 18, 2020

With COVID-19 cases continuously rising in the U.S., Americans will be forced to make fundamental changes to their usual traditions this Thanksgiving. This year, the Centers for Disease Control and...

In the United States, there have been 800 confirmed cases of and 27 deaths as of Tuesday, according to The New York Times.

COVID-19 impacts local businesses

Joe Schulz, Managing Editor November 18, 2020

Local businesses have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, which has created financial hardship for the Oshkosh Outlet Mall, Rock and Country USA, small businesses and workers. Jason White is the...

COVID-Safe Halloween activities

COVID-Safe Halloween activities

Carter Uslabar, Editor in Chief October 28, 2020

Halloween and the many holidays that follow leading into the new year present many challenges as communities across the world and country continue to grapple with rising coronavirus cases. The prospect...

2020-Themed Halloween costumes

2020-Themed Halloween costumes

Owen Peterson, Opinion Editor October 28, 2020

Zoom professional One of the few bright spots of this year has been how little social interaction people are forced to do. Even when we are forced to confront fellow humans, it is usually in the form...

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