Be the Change You Want to See in the World One thing that I love about UWO is that there are so many opportunities available for students to grow and everyone is so supportive of new ideas. This environment makes me feel like I can make a difference in this world. This fall I began… Read more »
Posts Categorized: Special Events
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 »
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.
Through my job here in the Admissions office, I’ve been discovering how many cool “holidays” and weeklong events exist: National Nap Day? Pi Day? Grilled Cheese Month? Who knew? The month of April is full of holidays… and this week is no exception. Happy National Volunteer Week!
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 »
One of my favorite parts about working Fridays in the Admissions Office is getting to participate in the many preview day events we hold for incoming freshmen. Today was Honors Visit Day 2011, which talks to incoming freshmen who’ve been accepted into the Honors Program about the benefits of becoming an honor student at UWO…. Read more »
UW Oshkosh offers many opportunities to students to connect with others that differ from themselves. One of our campus resources, the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transsexual Queer (LGBTQ) Resource Center, sponsored a movie night featuring the documentary Bullied and the premiere of the center’s student-made film “Together, We Make it Better.”
Saturday, March 5, 8:06 a.m.: Waking up without a voice never felt so good. I guess that’s what I get for screaming all night at a Skillet concert. Let’s recap the night…