1. Number of students involved in Greek Life: Fraternity men- 155, Sorority women- 225
2. Volunteer hours for the 2014–2015 school year: 21, 020
3. Attendance numbers at Greek programs for 2014—2015: 4,341
4. Philanthropies by chapter:
Alpha Xi Delta- Autism Speaks
Gamma Phi Beta- Building Strong Girls with Girls on
Unlike stereotypical notions from popular films like Animal House and Revenge of the Nerds, Greek life at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh revolves around one central theme— community.
In embracing change, we grow and thrive.
Spring 2014 journalism and religious studies graduate Alyssa Kadansky, who recently joined Metafile Information Systems in Rochester, Minn., started her post-college life with a July adventure to South Asia.
Kadansky’s travels took her from the Taj Mahal in Agra, India, to Kathmandu in Nepal. Along the
Harriet (Krueger) Kussman (EHS) ’31, Amherst, July 7, 2014
Arline Roesler (EHS) ’35 and ’56, Hustisford, Feb. 28, 2014
Betty (McCarthy) Albertz (EHS) ’44 and ’46, Green Bay, May 14, 2014
Eleanor (Gosse) Conforti (EHS) ’41, Mission, Texas, Aug. 8, 2014
Dale Fisher (EHS) ’47, Columbia, Md., June 17,
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University of Wisconsin Oshkosh faculty and staff were welcomed and recognized for their accomplishments and contributions at the annual Opening Day assembly in September.
A third Alumni TitanCard option, unveiled at Homecoming 2014, features the Alumni Welcome and Conference Center—the new home base for the Alumni Relations Office and all UWO alumni visiting from around the world. The cards are available for a one-time fee of $10 and offer
Thomas Hanaway (LS) ’11, of Greenleaf, is a Web editor/social media manager for the Japan Times.
How do you define intelligence?
“Knowing the knowledge you need to cope with society and whatever you choose to endeavor in.”
— Antoine Davis, junior, Kinesiology
“I think intelligence is striving to understand the world around you… The more you work to understand people around you and worldview