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Nearby cemetery cause of haunted Horizon?

Mattie Beck, Staff Writer April 14, 2021

The haunting of Horizon Village speculation has spread like wildfire, with people sharing more and more stories every day on their own supernatural experiences. Ginny Gross, a staff member at the Oshkosh...

Graphic by Amanda Hollander

Wisconsin suspends Johnson & Johnson vaccine

Sophia Voight, Assistant News Editor April 14, 2021

Wisconsin is temporarily suspending the single-dose Johnson & Johnson (J&J) COVID-19 vaccine after six cases of a “rare and severe” type of blood clot were reported in the U.S. This comes...

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Later this spring, UWO will install its own honeybee colonies to address declining bee populations.

UW Oshkosh plans to install honeybee colonies

Mackenzie Seymour, Staff Writer April 14, 2021

UW Oshkosh will install its very own honeybee colonies later this spring, in part to increase local food production and address declining bee populations. The project was piloted by Mariah Parkin,...

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Webster Hall will become a weekday-only residence hall beginning fall 2021 for a weekday residence initiative started by Residence Life.

Webster Hall to become weekday residence housing starting fall 2021

Katie Pulvermacher, Staff Writer April 14, 2021

UW Oshkosh has offered up a new option for student housing next school year, as Webster Hall will become a weekday residence hall for those who do not choose to stay on campus over weekends. “With...

Graphic by Carter Uslabar

Do you prefer your gummy bears boneless or bone-in?

Amber Brockman, News Editor April 14, 2021

Unless you seek out the vegan alternative, you prefer Jell-O bone-in. This applies to other commonly enjoyed sweets as well, like gummy bears, marshmallows, fruit snacks, ice cream and candy —...

Wisconsin leading in immunization race

Wisconsin leading in immunization race

Sophia Voight, Assistant News Editor April 7, 2021

Once ranked one of the biggest COVID-19 case surge sites in the nation, Wisconsin is now among the leading states in the immunization race. Wisconsin ranks second in the nation, only behind New Hampshire,...

This week in UWO history

This week in UWO history

Advance Titan, Advance Titan April 7, 2021

April 8, 1991 — The opening festivities of a five-day celebration of honoring the inauguration of Chancellor John E. Kerrigan began. This marked the first time the school had undertaken such an endeavor...

COVID-19 vaccine incentives: ethical or unethical?

COVID-19 vaccine incentives: ethical or unethical?

Katie Pulvermacher, Staff Writer April 7, 2021

As COVID-19 vaccines are becoming available for more people across the U.S., a few businesses are giving out free things to those with proof of vaccination cards. Krispy Kreme is giving out a free donut...

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Fans were seen on the bleachers at a UWO athletic event for the first time since the winter season of 2020. The change comes following an update in WIAC spectator policy

Are those people in the stands?

Cory Sparks, Sports Editor April 7, 2021

For the first time since the winter season in 2020 when the COVID-19 pandemic stopped everything in its tracks, UWO athletics will be allowing spectators to sporting events, but in a limited fashion. On...

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OSA election winners President Jacob Fischer and Vice President Caprice Swanks plan to focus their
campaign goals on student involvement and mental health.

OSA election results

Katie Pulvermacher, Staff Writer April 7, 2021

When Jacob Fischer and Caprice Swanks first met up to talk about campaign goals, it was clear they both wanted to encourage students to get more involved in the clubs and organizations that UW Oshkosh...

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