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The Advance-Titan

Independent Student Newspaper of UW Oshkosh Campuses

The Advance-Titan

Independent Student Newspaper of UW Oshkosh Campuses

The Advance-Titan

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Emma Smith presents her thesis project on molecular genetics at the NCUR convention.

UWO students present at NCUR

Angela Satterlee, Arts & Culture Editor April 25, 2024

Six UW Oshkosh students presented at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) April 8–10 at the Long Beach convention center in Long Beach, California. NCUR is an interdisciplinary...

Kelly Hueckman / Advance-Titan
Vladyslav Plyaka is a Ukrainian student at UWO created an exhibit which showcases 40 Ukrainian students who were unable to graduate due to the war.

Remembering Ukrainian students lost to war

Kelly Hueckman, Managing Editor April 24, 2024

UW Oshkosh student Vladyslav Plyaka highlighted the stories of 40 college students in Ukraine who were killed because of the Russian invasion through a traveling exhibit titled “Unissued Diplomas.” “I...

Week in Review Podcast, Episode 1

Week in Review Podcast, Episode 1

Jacob Link, Assistant News Editor April 9, 2024

Week in Review is a weekly podcast from the Advance-Titan and WRST-FM Radio that reports on the top campus, local, state and national news from the previous week. This week's edition features news on the...

Man arrested for 4th OWI charge in Oshkosh

Jacob Link, Assistant News Editor February 22, 2024

The Wisconsin State Patrol arrested a Wautoma man in Oshkosh Sunday for his fourth offense of operating a vehicle while intoxicated. A state trooper saw the man, Thomas Schneider, driving impaired and...

Jessica Duch / Advance-Titan
Amber Hammond sits in her office as the executive director at the UWO Fox Cities Foundation.
She wasn’t sure if college was in her future. But, after graduating, she now helps raise money for
student scholarships.

UWO Grad now Executive Director of Fox Cities Foundation

Jessica Duch February 22, 2024

It was a full circle moment for Amber Hammond. Despite the budget crisis at UW Oshkosh, the 2021 advertising and marketing graduate dreamed of returning to the campus that she said gave her the world.  Last...

Nobody told me about adulthood imposter syndrome

Nobody told me about adulthood imposter syndrome

Cassidy Johnson, Opinion Editor February 15, 2024

When I was a kid, I remember thinking my parents had it all together. I longed for the days when I could be like them, when I could have it all together and understand everything. It wasn’t until I was...

Jessica Duch / Advance-Titan
UWO students will begin the spring semester without department associates, who took new positions, were laid off or took voluntary

New assistant system challenges departments

Josh Lehner, News Editor February 15, 2024

Academic departments across UW Oshkosh are adjusting to the loss of their department associates (DAs), who were either laid off or who voluntarily retired as the university works to correct its budget...

Joseph Endres / Advance-Titan — Manager Isaac Johnson slaves away at the pile of dishes and dough.

A busy night at Polito’s Pizza

Joseph Endres, Photographer February 5, 2024

Fond du Lac’s role at UWO

Kelly Hueckman, Katie Pulvermacher December 14, 2023

Protect our access campuses By Kelly Hueckman October 11, 2023 My first day of college, I was convinced I had shown up on the wrong day. The parking lot was mostly empty, only a few other...

6 tips to shop online safely

6 tips to shop online safely

Candice Wagner, UW Credit Union November 28, 2023

Social media sites make shopping easy. And tempting! However, buying through social media ads and marketplaces can be risky – instead of a reputable merchant, you may be dealing with a scammer. Here...

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