From the Archives

Greek pride: Sigma Tau Gamma and Alpha Phi Omega members represent at the Titan’s football conference opener against Wisconsin State University La Crosse at the Jackson Street Athletic Field on Sept. 14, 1968. The Titans shut down the Indian’s offense early on and beat them handily. Greek and residence hall banners were a common site at football games. It would be another two years before Oshkosh would play home games at their new Titan Stadium. Former Greeks are invited back to campus this fall for the All-Greek Reunion Oct. 12-14. Go to uwosh.edu/go/greek to learn more.

UW Oshkosh Archives Photo 68-206-34. Learn more at uwosh.edu/archives

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  1. Laurenda (Hull) Swisher says:

    I remember this game. I was a Titanette at the time. Just wondered if you have heard from any Chi Omega members from 1966-1970. I understand there is not longer a Chi Omega chapter on campus, but would love to hear from members of the late 60′s. I remember the faces of some of those in this “Greek Pride” picture. I know the Chi O’s were there also.
    Thanks,
    Laurenda

  2. Marilyn Bachnik Callahan says:

    Many warm memories (even of Winter Carnival–when we nearly froze to death working on ice and snow sculptures). I will never forget the Gamma Phi Beta Sisters and friends who made my college experience one that I will always cherish. Oh yes, and I graduated and had a career!!

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