University of Wisconsin Oshkosh students return to campus for the start of the Fall 2010 semester on Sept. 8.
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh community come together to celebrate Opening Day on Sept. 7. Events include a breakfast and an assembly in Reeve Memorial Union, Taste of Oshkosh and the Chancellor’s Walk/Run.
UW Oshkosh students engage a multitude of campus activities during Labor Day weekend before classes resume on Sept. 8. Events included moving in, the Multicultural Education Coalition’s open house, Rec Fest and Odyssey, featuring guest speaker Ed Karrels.
Knowing the alphabet has been a major component of our education since the early stages of grade school. Some of us learned it by song while others memorized it by repeatedly scribbling the same letter on sheets of paper. So in honor of the 26 letters of the alphabet and the beginning of a brand [...]
More than 100 University of Wisconsin Oshkosh students and staff from the Department of Residence Life spend Aug. 26, 2010, volunteering throughout the Oshkosh community. In conjunction with the 14th annual Citizenship Day, which aims to instill in students a greater sense of civic responsibility and a better understanding of different cultures in the region, [...]
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh staff members, including senior administrators, serve “breakfast” to students the night of May 11 for the annual Chancellor’s Midnight Breakfast at Blackhawk Commons. Entertainment at this year’s event included karaoke and massages.
Motivational speaker and author Pegine Echevarria gives the keynote address at the second annual Multicultural Recognition Dinner May 6 in Reeve Memorial Union. Echevarria is one of 58 inductees in the prestigious Motivational Speakers Hall of Fame and was named one of 100 Global Thought Leaders on Diversity and Inclusion by the Society of Human [...]
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh students attend the annual end-of-the-year celebration, Bye Gosh Fest, hosted by Reeve Union Board on the grounds outside Clemans Hall. Activities include food, giveaways, lawn games, tie dye, live local bands and much more.
Bestselling Native American author, humorist, radio performer, critic and storyteller Thomas King speaks to University of Wisconsin Oshkosh students the evening of May 4 in Reeve Memorial Union. The UW Oshkosh Inter-Tribal Student Organization, English department, women’s studies program, College of Letters and Sciences, African American studies program and American Indian Student Services sponsored the [...]
The Trinidad Steel Band brings the beats to the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh’s third annual Celebration of Cultures May 5 outside of the Multicultural Education Center. The event also featured arts and crafts and a cookout lunch for University student, staff and faculty as well as members of the greater community. Celebration of Cultures, sponsored [...]