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Seen on campus: Diversity Conference

Oneida Powwow dancers and professional storyteller Mama Edie provide cultural education and entertainment for attendees of UW Oshkosh’s 2009 Diversity and Leadership Conference Feb.14 at Reeve Memorial Union. The conference focused on, “Becoming a Diverse City through...

Voter guide available in Reeve Union

The UW Oshkosh chapter of Democracy Matters has provided a voter guide for upcoming local elections. The guide, displayed in Reeve Memorial Union Concourse, includes the backgrounds and stances of the candidates for Winnebago County Executive and Oshkosh Common...

Seen on campus: Study Abroad Fair

The newly formed Study Abroad Ambassador Team (SAAT) promotes UW Oshkosh’s study abroad programs and answers questions Feb. 12 at the Study Abroad Fair in Reeve Memorial Union. SAAT is comprised of students who have participated in study abroad courses in the...

Seen on campus: ‘Worst Case Scenario’

University of Wisconsin Oshkosh students learn how to deal with difficult roommates, use hot tea bags to cure body odor and pull an all-nighter by doing a headstand at the latest University Speaker Series event Feb. 10 in Reeve Memorial Union. Jennifer Worick, author...

Seen on campus: Titan Nights

UW Oshkosh students paint on picture frames in Reeve Memorial Union Feb. 6 during Titan Nights. Other activities included bingo and live music by 5 Man, a metal band. The next Titan Nights will be held March 6 at the Student Recreation and Wellness Center. Related...