News and Events
Senior Martin Prevost won the 12th-annual Student Playwriting Contest. The contest is sponsored by the Playwrights Project, the Department of Theatre and the Theatre Arts Board. A public reading of Prevost’s one-act play, “Deeper Meaning,” will take place at 7:30 p.m., May 6 in the Experimental Theatre in the Fredric March Theatre Building, 926 Woodland Ave.
Dr. Lori Carrell’s vision is “to educate, inspire, and equip others to maximize the transformative power of the spoken word.” At UW Oshkosh, she has given shape to that vision in a myriad of ways. Students with a reputation for being reserved or silent always seem to “come out of their shell” in Dr. Carrell’s classes. I believe this is because of Dr. Carrell’s enthusiasm, ability to empathize with all students and role modeling of excellence in communication.
More than 12 teams of University of Wisconsin Oshkosh students dodged, ducked, dipped and dove for the dot April 15 in Kolf Sports Center to support National Organ Donor Awareness Month.
Imagining Black Masculinity in Post-Racial America: This is What Justice Looks Like