Every family has a jokester—the one who lightens the mood and gets everyone “LOL-ing,” “ROFL-ing” and “Haha-ing.” University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumna Kyla Morris ’09, of Oshkosh, is that person.
Keeping both the mind and the body active-- whether through exercise, art, reading or writing—is often a great form of therapy. For former coach and physical education teacher Bev Mickelson ’77, of Portland, Ore., staying active even after she was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease was
The fall 2013 semester at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh marks the start of the highly anticipated University Studies Program (USP), a reform of the University’s general education program. This new 41-credit program is the first change in general education that the University has seen