Posts Categorized: Holidays

Happy Earth Day!

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  This week is Earth Week – today is Earth Day — and what better way to celebrate than to take a look at how green UW Oshkosh has become. From the University’s sustainability efforts to placing 14th in the nation (No. 1 in Wisconsin!) in the RecycleMania tournament, UW Oshkosh has it all.

National Student Athlete Day!

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If you’re a student-athlete, today is YOUR day. Founded in 1987 by the National Consortium for Academics and Sports, National Student Athlete Day is meant as a celebration of academic, athletic, and stewardship success. Additionally, April 6 marks the 2011 Giant Steps Awards, which honor those who demonstrate a balance of academics, athletics, life pursuits… Read more »

National Grilled Cheese Month

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April is National Grilled Cheese Month—who ever thought something as awesome as this monthly celebration even existed?! I don’t know about you, but I love, love, love grilled cheese sandwiches. And in honor of this wonderful month, here are some tips on the classic sammie that you might enjoy.

How to Catch a Leprechaun

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St. Patrick’s Day: A day to rest, celebrate, or simply relish in Irish heritage. Whatever your relationship with it, there are unavoidable St. Patty’s Day traditions you’ll encounter at some point. While the grass has yet to turn green, on this day everything else has.  Green shamrocks, green eggs and ham, green beads, green clothing,… 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.