Posts By: Carly Tebo

Oshkosh: “Wisconsin’s Event City”

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Sitting around a fire, picnicking at the park and hitting the lake are perfect ways to spend your summer days and nights, but sometimes you need a little something extra. Oshkosh offers a variety of special events that can add some spice to your summer. You might not be here and moved in yet, but… Read more »

Need a stress break? Check out some of these fun videos.

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Who says it has to be all work and no play? Work and school are tough – especially toward the end when you have finals, or when you are trying to finish up all your loose ends before graduation. So it’s important to laugh once in a while. Here at the GO2UWO Social Media Team… Read more »

A Commuter’s Guide to Parking on Campus

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On the days I don’t feel up to a leisurely nine-mile stroll from home to UWO, I drive my car instead. I haven’t felt up to this stroll in awhile…or ever, so I’ve had to become quite the expert on finding parking on campus. Although it isn’t necessarily an art form, there are certain tactics… Read more »

Harmless April Fool’s Jokes (that are still funny…)

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After doing a background check on April Fool’s Day, I’ve concluded that this day’s origin comes down to one monumental moment… April Fool’s! In reality, multiple stories are floating around out there, but it’s unclear exactly how this prankster holiday came about. One popular theory dates back to France in 1582. New Year’s was celebrated the previous… Read more »

A Nation in Need: How You Can Help

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On the morning of March 11th, I woke up with the usual worries about not having time for breakfast and finding a parking spot at school. I also remember a bit of whining taking place due to the recent oncoming of a cold. While I wasted a bit of time with these issues in the… Read more »

A Commuter’s Guide to the Top 10 Places to Study at UWO

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Next week is Spring Break but… now it’s midterm time. And you may think the only places to study on campus are the library and residence hall rooms. Wrong. As a commuter student, I don’t have the luxury of a res hall room and, frankly, the library gets a little boring. So I change it… Read more »

Care for a slice of π?

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Today you have a few options. You can treat it as any typical day, or you can treat yourself and celebrate National Pi Day! Yes, that’s right, National Pi Day. If you’re unprepared or unsure of how to celebrate this mathematical wonder, we’ve got some suggestions.