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Fall sports canceled, UW Oshkosh athletes devastated

Junior Anthony D’Orazio gets the Titans riled up before their home opener last week against Carthage College. This week the Titans traveled to Maryland and fell to Salisbury University 24-19.
September 3, 2020

Nothing can truly compare to the chaotic culmination of sounds coming out of the stands at J.J. Keller Field at Titan Stadium when the UW Oshkosh Titans score a touchdown. There also seems to be no instance...

AP marks ‘Black’ as cultural designator

AP marks ‘Black’ as cultural designator
September 3, 2020

On June 19 the Associated Press Stylebook announced they would capitalize Black as a cultural designator, a decision made in response to the police killing of George Floyd one month prior and after years...

Complaint alleges harassment by UW Oshkosh English professor

Complaint alleges harassment by UW Oshkosh English professor
September 3, 2020

UW Oshkosh Provost and Vice Chancellor John Koker criticized English professor James “Duke” Pesta’s classroom management after a student complaint for discriminatory harassment against him was filed...

Avoid parties so we can stay on campus

September 3, 2020

Nearly six months after the spring semester was moved entirely online, the campus is finally ready to welcome back students; but with this opportunity comes great responsibility. In order to adapt to...

UWO ramps up COVID-19 testing as students return to campus

Sophia Voight / Advance-Titan -- UW Oshkosh staff and faculty are preparing to bring students back to campus safely through frequent testing and social distancing on campus.
University plans to administer 2,100 coronavirus tests per week
September 3, 2020

UW Oshkosh staff and faculty are preparing to bring students back to campus safely through frequent testing and social distancing on campus. “Our top priority is going to be the safety and welfare...

COVID-19 testing site opens in Oshkosh Sept. 1

Citizen soldiers and airmen from the Wisconsin National Guard collect specimens for COVID-19 testing June 11 at the Merrill Festival Grounds in Merrill. The National Guard is opening up a testing site in Oshkosh on Sept. 1.  Photo by Sgt. Alice Ripberger
August 31, 2020

A new regional COVID-19 testing site is opening on Tuesday at Sunnyview Expo Center,  500 E. County Road Y, Oshkosh. Testing is free and will be conducted by the Wisconsin Army National Guard. The...

UW Oshkosh among schools that received bomb threats Thursday

UW Oshkosh among schools that received bomb threats Thursday
August 21, 2020

UW Oshkosh appears to be one of a number of universities across the country targeted late Thursday by bomb threats, according to a university press release. Officials say the UWO Police Department dispatch...

Childcare center on UWO Fox Cities campus temporarily closed following positive COVID-19 test

Childcare center on UWO Fox Cities campus temporarily closed following positive COVID-19 test
August 19, 2020

The University Children’s Center on the UW Oshkosh-Fox Cities Campus is temporarily closed following a positive COVID-19 test, according to a press release. The center was notified of the positive...

Leavitt decides to rename Fredric March theater

Leavitt decides to rename Fredric March theater
August 18, 2020

Chancellor Andrew Leavitt announced today he has decided to remove the name of Fredric March from the Oshkosh campus theater and rename the space the Theatre Arts Center. In an email sent out to faculty,...

UWO plan to return to campus is ‘flexible’

UWO Flickr — UW Oshkosh employees are busy preparing classrooms for social distancing.
Task Force responds to student and families' questions in virtual town hall
August 16, 2020

Chancellor Andrew Leavitt and members of the UW Oshkosh Recovery Task Force responded to student and families’ questions about returning to campus safely and COVID-19 testing during their virtual town...

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