Independent Student Newspaper of UW Oshkosh Campuses

The Advance-Titan

Independent Student Newspaper of UW Oshkosh Campuses

The Advance-Titan

Independent Student Newspaper of UW Oshkosh Campuses

The Advance-Titan

Photo: GO Transit website — A June 29 meeting will allow people to discuss options regarding the loss of Route 10 from Oshkosh to Neenah.

Route 10 bus service from Oshkosh to Neenah loses funding; meeting set for June 29

Advance-Titan staff June 24, 2022

A meeting allowing people to give input into the 2023 budget planning process for the Winnebago County Department of Human Services, including funding for a bus route from Neenah to Oshkosh used by UW...

Advance-Titan file photo

Oshkosh Public Library offers free at-home COVID-19 test kits

Submitted news June 22, 2022

The Oshkosh Public Library, in partnership with the Winnebago County Health Department, is offering free, at-home COVID-19 test kits to the public. To protect the health of the staff and patrons, test...

The Oshkosh Public Library and the Day by Day Warming Shelter collaborated to create a Comfort Cupboard in a repurposed card catalog.

Comfort Cupboard lends a helping hand to those in need

Submitted news June 8, 2022

The Oshkosh Public Library has always been home to stacks of books, trusted information, lively programs and crucial services. Now, it is also a pickup point for essential hygiene items not covered by...

Image of the affected area

Oshkosh Riverwalk section to temporarily close

Submitted news June 3, 2022

The Oshkosh Riverwalk section, located on the north side of the Fox River from Jackson Street to the west access point at Marion Road, will be closed to public use on the following dates due to construction...

UW Oshkosh Flickr — Recent UW Oshkosh graduates are landing jobs at a higher rate than the national average, a new survey shows.

Recent UWO grads landing jobs at a higher rate than national average

Submitted news May 20, 2022

Despite earning their degrees in the midst of a pandemic, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s recent graduates continued to land jobs at a higher rate than the national average. Results of the annual...

Kyra Slakes / Advance-Titan — Assistant chemistry professor John Chan conducts research as he tries to develop a medication to fight against parasitic flatworms.

Research on parasitic flatworms earns the 2022 Regent Scholar Award

Chandler Brindley, Staff Writer May 5, 2022

A UW Oshkosh assistant chemistry professor, working in collaboration with one of his students, has received the 2022 Regent Scholar Award for their work in trying to develop a medication to fight against...

Courtesy of UWO Flickr
The Celebration of Scholarship and Creative Activity highlighted students’ research in various areas of study. Visitors were able to stop in to learn about their projects.

UWO highlights student research

Josh Lehner, Staff Writer May 4, 2022

With the school year winding down, it’s tempting to call it quits early and begin thinking about summer plans. But research at UW Oshkosh is still in full swing, with the Celebration of Scholarship and...

Courtesy of UWO Flickr
Six or seven foxes make a new home between Reeve Union and Horizon Village in an area that is now gated off. What does the fox say?
Students shouldn’t get close enough to find out. There are signs surrounding the area telling people to keep their distance.

Foxes find home between dorms

Mackenzie Seymour, Staff Writer May 4, 2022

“Habitat for wildlife is continually shrinking - I can at least provide a way station.” - Peter Coyote, American actor, director, screenwriter, author and narrator of films, theater, television and...

Kylie Gapko / Advance-Titan
Leakage from students plugging toilets in Stewart Hall has been a big concern. This is leading to closed bathrooms and water problems.

Vandals anger hall residents

Kylie Gapko, Staff Writer May 4, 2022

When you think of home, what's the first thing that comes to mind? You likely think of the place you can’t wait to go to after a long day of classes, a place where you feel safe and secure, and an...

A-T file photo / Students march for LGBTQ rights

UW Oshkosh staff and students discuss the implications of ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill

Katie Pulvermacher, News Editor May 3, 2022

Multiple states are attempting to limit LGBTQ discussions and curriculum in K-12 schools, and LGBTQ students, faculty and staff at UW Oshkosh said they are feeling a big slap in the face. “It just...

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