By: Jordan Jacobson
With a 2-1 double overtime victory over Augustana College (Ill.), the undefeated UW Oshkosh men’s soccer team extended its win streak to five games.
Another homecoming has come and gone, and there’s a good chance many students reading this weren’t even aware it happened.
By: Michael Koller
It is a common accusation that affirmative action ushers in the use of unfair and damaging practices, but that is simply not true. Affirmative action is a beneficial policy that helps correct a longstanding injustice in our nation.
When current students think of UW Oshkosh, often the top-notch nursing program and sustainability efforts are a few things that come to mind. What many students don’t realize is other institutions of higher education across the nation are looking at th…
By: Chris Terzic
The UW Oshkosh baseball program has garnered much honor over the past four decades, including 51 players signing professional contracts and 29 conference championships.
The UW Oshkosh women’s volleyball team went 2-2 in matches at the Tiffany Robinson Memorial Tournament held Oct. 11-12 in Naperville, Ill. and defeated UW-Whitewater on Oct. 16.
By: Alex Crowe
When he graduated from Menomonee Falls High School back in 2000, Bob Patel had one thing on his mind: getting his degree from the UW-Whitewater and eventually making his way into the realm of being a head coach.
More than 3,500 people jammed the stands of J.J. Keller Field at Titan Stadium for a big-time Homecoming game on Oct. 12, and they received an exciting show. A balanced attack on offense and three takeaways by the defense helped the Titans to a 30-6 ro…
From goals scored by juniors Anna Beckerleg and Megan White and freshman Robyn Elliott, the Titans had successful victories against UW-Eau Claire and Concordia University.
By: Drew Litrenta
The UW Oshkosh women’s golf team finished off its fall season with a solid fourth place finish at the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletic Conference meet at Lake Arrowhead Golf Course in Nekoosa.
In a tightly contested game, the UW Oshkosh football team defeated the UW-Stout Blue Devils 28-26 on Oct. 6.