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  • Visiting artists exhibit: Roger Sayre and David Poppie
    10:30 a.m.-3 p.m. Monday-Friday; 7-9 p.m. Monday-Thursday; 1-4 p.m. Saturday-Sunday
    David Poppie, printmaking, and Roger Sayre, photography, team up for ‘(re)mix media’ based on their concerns with the consequences of environmental disasters, durable habitat and recycling inorganic material; Priebe Gallery, Arts and Communication Building, 926 Woodland Ave.; contact Andrew Redington, (920) 424-1349, or Susan Coghill, (920) 424-2235.

Oct. 7

  • Jealousy in Social History: Three Moments in Mexican Popular Music
    6:30-8 p.m.
    Part of Hispanic Heritage Month; Room 215, Reeve Memorial Union, 746 Algoma Blvd.
  • 18th Senate District Debate
    7-8:15 p.m.
    State Senate candidates Randy Hopper and Jessica King vie for the 18th Senate District, which is comprised of Oshkosh, Rosendale, Waupun, North Fond du Lac and many of the rural townships surrounding them; sponsored by the American Democracy Project; presidential debate will be shown thereafter; Room 227, Reeve Memorial Union, 748 Algoma Blvd.; contact David Siemers, (920) 424-0435 or
  • ‘Out at Work’
    8 p.m.
    A panel comprised of professionals discuss what it is like to be “out” at work, followed by a Q & A; part of the Rainbow Alliance for HOPE’s Coming Out Week events; Room 307, Reeve Memorial Union, 748 Algoma Blvd.; contact

Oct. 8

  • ‘Fair Wisconsin: Working for a Pro-Fairness Majority in the State Legislature’
    LGBTQ Resource Center brown bag lunch, presented by Glenn Carlson, executive director of Fair Wisconsin; free; basement classroom of the Campus Center for Equity and Diversity, 717 W. Irving Ave.
  • ‘Constructing Public Opinion: How Politicans and the Media Misrepresent the Public’ and ‘No Umbrella: Election Day in the City’
    6:30-8 p.m.
    Election Education Film Series; co-sponsored by the UW Oshkosh American Democracy Project;  Women’s Center, 717 W. Irving Ave.; 424-0963.
  • ‘What’s the Matter with Sex?’
    8 p.m.
    Jimmie Manning blends research, personal experience and cultural criticism in an entertaining presentation about why sex is such a big deal and how people can communicate about it better; part of the Rainbow Alliance for HOPE’s Coming Out Week events; Room 202, Reeve Memorial Union, 748 Algoma Blvd.; contact

Oct. 9

  • Coming Out Stories
    5 p.m.
    Coming out stories will be shared during a cookout outside the Student Recreation and Wellness Center, 735 Pearl Ave.; part of the Rainbow Alliance for HOPE’s Coming Out Week events; contact
  • Infusion: ‘Majesty’
    7:30 p.m.
    Music series; $8 for general admission, $5 for senior citizens and non-UW Oshkosh students, $3 for children 12 and younger, free for students with Titan ID; Music Hall, Arts and Communication Center, 926 Woodland Ave.; contact music department, (920) 424-4224.
  • Preludes at Parkview Series
    6:30 p.m.
    Singers from the Vocal Division; Parkview Health Center, 725 Butler Ave., Winnebago; contact music department, (920) 424-4224.

Oct. 11

  • ‘Global Climate Change Summit’
    10 a.m.
    Earth Charter Week event; live, Web-based visits to communities around the U.S. and the world to hear about responses to climate change; Mayor Frank Tower will speak about Oshkosh’s response, and the University sustainability program will be highlighted; lunch will be available; Reeve Ballroom, 748 Algoma Blvd.; contact Jenni Kundinger, (920) 424-3464, or Andy Robson, (920) 424-7273.
  • 6th-Annual Roseanne Hoefel Diversity Run/Walk/Roll
    8 a.m.
    Earth Charter event; trail will include Wisconsin Avenue bridge’s new tunnel; start at Student Recreation and Wellness Center, 735 Pearl Ave.; contact Jenni Kundinger, (920) 424-3464.

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