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Adults over 65 eligible for COVID-19 vaccine beginning Jan. 25

Army Spc. Angel Laureano holds a vial of the COVID-19 vaccine, Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Bethesda, Md., Dec. 14, 2020. (DoD photo by Lisa Ferdinando)
January 19, 2021

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services announced today that adults over the age of 65 will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine beginning Jan. 25. Currently, frontline health care workers,...

UWO readies for yearlong sesquicentennial celebration in 2021

UW Oshkosh started with the Oshkosh Normal School opening in 1871 with eight faculty members and 43 enrolled students for the first day of regular classes.
January 4, 2021

Alumni, students, faculty and staff are ready to close the book on 2020 and share the 150-year story of excellence and opportunity at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh throughout 2021. Since the University’s...

Wisconsin launches COVID-19 contact tracing app

Screenshot of Wisconsin's new COVID-19 tracing app
State encourages residents to download or enable the app to help protect their communities
December 27, 2020

WI Exposure Notification, a new mobile app to assist in notifying contacts of people who’ve tested positive for COVID-19, is now live. The voluntary app complements the state’s and partner agencies’...

UW Oshkosh to recognize new round of grads with online midyear commencement Dec. 19

UW Oshkosh Flickr — Countdown to Commencement
December 16, 2020

The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh will recognize and applaud the achievements of more than 1,000 students at the University’s 56th midyear commencement Dec. 19. The event includes the awarding of...

Students’ opinions clash on UW Oshkosh English professor’s conduct

Students’ opinions clash on UW Oshkosh English professor's conduct
December 9, 2020

A UW Oshkosh professor who has received two harassment complaints by students within the last three years has many positive reviews on Rate My Professors and mainly full classes every semester. For many...

The ‘King’ of Oshkosh

The ‘King’ of Oshkosh
December 9, 2020

Out of the 7.8 billion people in the world, only 600 are able to say that they are on an episode roster before opening night of the regular season. Oshkosh native Tyrese Haliburton became one of those...

A conversation with Wisconsin State Senator Dan Feyen

A conversation with Wisconsin State Senator Dan Feyen
December 9, 2020

Republican incumbent for Wisconsin’s 18th senate district Dan Feyen beat out upcomer, Democrat Aaron Wojciechowski and is getting ready to serve his second term in office. The newly re-elected...

Rural-urban divide in Winnebago County

Winnebago County voting patterns in the 2016 presidential election show the rural-urban divide between Oshkosh and the rest of the county
December 2, 2020

On an election map of Winnebago County, Oshkosh typically stands out like a blue island in a sea of red. Like many urban areas in the country, the city of Oshkosh tends to lean heavily democratic in...

Consulting firm hired to evaluate UW Oshkosh course offerings

Consulting firm hired to evaluate UW Oshkosh course offerings
December 2, 2020

UW Oshkosh is partnering with the consulting and analytics firm Gray Associates to assist with their ongoing academic structure exploration that involves consideration of restructuring the current college...

How Oshkosh mishandled the COVID-19 pandemic

Joe Schulz / Advance-Titan
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...

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