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For more than three decades, award-winning journalist Clifford Christl ’70, of Green Bay, “didn’t care a lick” whether the Green Bay Packers won or lost. He just wanted to report t[...]
As individual libraries across the globe strive to do more with less, a global group has strengthened its collaboration in order to reduce library management functions. A Universit[...]
Instead of brainstorming resourceful ways to pay for textbooks, students at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh can enter the “I Chose UWO” multimedia contest and have a chance to [...]
William Weber ’71, discovered both a vocation (a scientific interest in radiation) and an avocation (a love of downhill skiing) during his undergraduate days at the University of W[...]
Deb Vercauteren, who guided University of Wisconsin Oshkosh women’s track and field teams to 14 national titles and 21 conference championships, is stepping down after 28 seasons a[...]
An award-winning program for direct caregivers in long-term care settings soon will deliver its lessons beyond state borders, thanks to a $333,000 grant from the U.S. Department of[...]
While nationally recognized watercolor artist Joye Moon, of Oshkosh, a 1984 University of Wisconsin graduate, has painted her way across the world, she remains committed to support[...]
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh is about to get Culverized: Alumni, faculty, staff and students are invited to vote for the tasty Culver's custard that they think best represen[...]
As an inventor, geologist, lieutenant colonel and long-distance runner, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumnus Joseph McGrath ’78, of Waupaca, tackles all of life’s “missions” wit[...]