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OSA creates safety precautions for student org events

OSA creates safety precautions for student org events

Carter Uslabar, Editor in Chief

October 14, 2020

Student org recognition The deadline for student organizations at UWO to gain re-recognition from the Oshkosh Student Association (OSA) is today. Organizations must complete the necessary re-recognition training on Canvas, focused on five separate modules. Organizations must complete training f...

Suggestions for Gruenhagen quarantine

Students who have come within “close contact” of a person with COVID-19 are provided with the option of doing their mandatory 14-
day quarantine in Gruenhagen Conference Center.

Advance-Titan staff

October 14, 2020

The COVID-19 outbreak forced UW Oshkosh to make tough choices, and given the decline of testing numbers reported in the previous weeks, the university appears to be making good choices. Spread and contact has been limited thanks to testing and quarantine measures put in place. Despite the progress...

Back to business, UWO Volleyball returns to practice

Ever since students had to leave the UWO campus in March due to the spread of
COVID-19, the team’s coaches have held weekly meetings with the players to discuss each step leading up to the new practice procedures that were implemented
for this fall.

Cory Sparks, Assistant Sports Editor

October 14, 2020

“We’re back.” Those were the two words that UW Oshkosh women’s volleyball coach Jonathan Ellmann said regarding the team’s future practice plans (according to Clash the Titan). The COVID-19 pandemic, which has forced cancellations or postponings in nearly every sport, has made its way...

Why Wisconsin has become a COVID-19 hotspot within a month

Why Wisconsin has become a COVID-19 hotspot within a month

Lexi Langendorf, News Writer

October 14, 2020

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS) confirmed that COVID-19 cases in Wisconsin have risen from around 1,000 cases per day in early September to a record 3,000 cases per day the first few days of October. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Wisconsin now ranks...

UWO students secure ‘da bag’

UWO students secure 'da bag'

Owen Peterson, Opinion Editor

October 14, 2020

Last week, students getting their food at Blackhawk Commons were met with a welcome surprise: An employee handing out new reusable bags for students to carry their food containers in. Not only are the bags useful for students transporting their meals, but they also help address the sustainability...

Pros and cons of a semester with COVID

Pros and cons of a semester with COVID

Owen Peterson, Opinion Editor

October 14, 2020

On Sept. 9, classes started up for what was sure to be an unorthodox fall semester. It has now been over a month since then, giving us a lot to reflect on. Here is a not-so-serious look at some of the pros and cons of the way things have changed for this semester. Pro: You can now actually dif...

WI breaks COVID records for cases, deaths

Wisconsin COVID-19 deaths are at an all time high.

Sophia Voight, Co-News Editor

October 14, 2020

Wisconsin saw 33 new COVID-19 deaths on Tuesday, breaking the state’s record for the largest number of deaths in a single day from its previous high of 27 on Sept. 30, according to the state’s Department of Health. The state also reached a new record on Tuesday for the greatest number of confirmed...

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