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

Mattie Beck / Advance-Titan
Oshkosh held a Women’s March for reproductive rights on Oct. 2. The event attracted those of all ages and genders who shared the common goal of women’s rights.

Oshkosh holds Women’s March

Mattie Beck, Staff Writer October 13, 2021

All throughout the country, Women’s Marches were held on Oct. 2. The marches were for women’s reproductive rights. The event was named The Rally for Abortion Justice in response to the passing...

Katie Pulvermacher / Advance-Titan
Runner Shelly Birling (left) and her daugher (right) ran in the Run with the Cops 5k event on Oct. 7. All of the funds raised for the event directly benefit Special Olympics Wisconsin, which the Birling family supports. Squad cars were lit up all along the course for runners to see.

Run with the Cops returns after a year off

Katie Pulvermacher, News Editor October 13, 2021

Community members and UW Oshkosh students were able to run alongside officers from local law enforcement agencies in and around Oshkosh during Run with the Cops on Oct. 7. After a year off from...

Monarch butterfly waystation

Mackenzie Seymour, Staff Writer October 13, 2021

UW Oshkosh has become a certified Monarch Waystation in an effort to combat the declining monarch butterfly population. Monarch Waystations are designated areas throughout the country that provide...

Amber Brockman / Advance-Titan
A Pub Crawl participant yells at Oshkosh Police officers. LEFT: A Pub Crawler holds sign that reads, “Hello to hot ppl only.”

Pub Crawl citations up from 2019

Amber Brockman, Managing Editor October 13, 2021

Once again, students and Oshkosh residents participated in a weekend dedicated to boozing at the biannual Oshkosh Pub Crawl from Oct. 8-10. Although Pub Crawl typically means drinking at multiple...

Advance-Titan photo 
UW System Interim President Tommy Thompson spoke about his political career and the future of Wisconsin’s public universities Wednesday night at UW Oshkosh. Thompson was on campus for the UW System Board of Regents meeting this week. It is the first time in seven years that UWO has hosted the regents. A search for a new system president is underway and listening sessions were held at UWO on Sept. 27.

UW System searches for new system president

Katie Pulvermacher, News Editor October 8, 2021

UW Oshkosh’s UW System President Search Listening Sessions allowed for students, staff and faculty to contribute their thoughts in the search process for the new UW System president. “Your voice,...

Graphic by Mallory Knight
The newly formed Climate Action Committee is planning on how to get the UWO campus to carbon neutral by 2030. To reach this, aggressive changes need to happen all over campus, and fast.

UWO to become carbon neutral by 2030

Mackenzie Seymour, Staff Writer October 6, 2021

A new Climate Action Committee has formed as part of an effort to combat climate change issues and to make UW Oshkosh a more sustainable campus. Campus Sustainability Director Bradley Spanbauer...

Courtesy of UWO Flickr
Along with being the Chief of Police at UWO, Leibold is the Clery Coordinator and Disaster and Emergency Management Director.
Before working at the university, Leibold spent 26 years with the Milwaukee Police Department.

Crime rates drop amid pandemic

Amber Brockman, Managing Editor October 6, 2021

University Police (UP) recently released the 2021 Clery Report which revealed decreases in many Oshkosh campus crimes in 2020 and no reported crimes for access campuses. The Clery Act requires academic...

Photo courtesy Terri Cole — Alexia Poulos tears down the field, keeping the ball away from UW-Eau Claire.

UWO soccer beats UW-Eau Claire in WIAC opener

Jacob Link October 5, 2021

The UW Oshkosh women’s soccer team beat UW-Eau Claire 2-1 on Oct. 2 in their Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (WIAC) opener. The Blugolds opened the scoring in the 27th minute with a...

The Advance-Titan
UW Oshkosh dedicated its newly constructed theater in actor Fredric Marchs name in 1971.

Fredric March, have we misjudged you?

Katie Pulvermacher, News Editor September 29, 2021

Fredric March’s name has been disassociated from the UW-Madison and Oshkosh campuses after a piece of his past led to the removal of his name from Madison’s Fredric March Play Circle Theater in...

Owen Peterson / Advance-Titan
With so much time spent doing online learning, students will have picked up many habits, some better than others. Among the ones that may be missed: being able to get out of anything by blaming it on technology.

Online school habits to unlearn

Owen Peterson, Opinion Editor September 29, 2021

After dealing with the brain-numbing purgatory touted as online “learning” for over a year, students were probably upset to learn that some effort is once again required to pass their classes. While...

Load More Stories