First Wave Hip-Hop Theater Ensemble kicks off the weeklong Provost’s Teaching and Learning Summit with a spoken word performance Oct. 25.
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh students, staff, and community members celebrate homecoming with an array of activities through the week of Oct. 18-23.
In celebration of the College of Nursing’s 40th Anniversary, the following are a combination of photos taken or collected over the years by Jaslyn Gilbert, the College of Nursing and the UW Oshkosh Archives and Area Research Center.
Nearly 1,200 athletes competed in the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Brooks Cross Country Invitational in Winneconne Oct. 16. Sam Seemes, chief executive officer of the United States Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA), presented the 2010 Deb Vercauteren Program of the Year Award to women’s cross country and track and field head [...]
The 10th-annual Earth Charter Summit kicks off the weeklong summit with an open house at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Community Garden Oct. 17. Students helped prepare the garden for winter while Nicole Rae and the Traveling Suitcase gave a live musical performance.
Republican Jonathan Krause squares off against Democrat Gordon Hintz in a debate and discussion sponsored by the American Democracy Project on Oct. 14. The two candidates for the 54th State Assembly district answered questions from students and community members.
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh students were challenged to identify the sexual orientation or gender identification of a panel for the Rainbow Alliance for HOPE sponsored event “Test Your Gaydar” Oct. 13. ”Test Your Gaydar” is one of several events in conjunction with International Coming Out Week.
UW Oshkosh students, faculty, and staff join in on the festivities for Fall Fest on the Fox during the weekend of Sept. 24. The festival included Fish Fry on the Fox dinner buffet, Dragonboat 5K Race, and Oshkosh Community Dragonboat Race and festival.
The Student Organization of Latinos (SOL) hosts a Nicaraguan Folkloric Dance Ensemble and comedian Cristela Alonzo in conjunction with Hispanic Heritage Month.
The American Democracy Project and the Political Science Student Association hosts Constitution Day Events to engage citizens to become involved in their communities on Sept. 16 and 17. Events included speaker Dr. Howard Schweber, Constitution Day Dunk Tank, and free cupcakes and pocket Constitution.