Victory was sweet in March as University of Wisconsin Oshkosh student-athletes excelled in their sports, elevating Titan pride to new heights on campus and around the country.
81 Mounds: The land sculpture, designed by UW Oshkosh assistant art professor Richard G. Medlock, was constructed in 1977 and consisted of 10 small earthen mounds, interwoven with concrete paths. Buried inside the mounds were small objects, including radios, a television, student art and—reportedly—a chip
The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh officially made its mark on downtown Oshkosh with the May opening of the Best Western Premier Waterfront Hotel and Convention Center. Hundreds of people from the Oshkosh and campus communities attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the renovated, 176-room, business hotel, which
People Four new members were elected to the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Alumni Association’s Board of Directors in May. The 24-member, volunteer board works to build connections among alumni, students and the University. The new members include: Tom Boyson ’72, of Oshkosh Paula (Vermeern) Dinse ’07, of Oshkosh Mark Duerwaechter
Oshkosh Orators: Students Earl McDougal, Charles Velte, Forest Sorenson and Chris Rupp, from the left, all members of the Oshkosh Normal Oratorical Association, prepare for an April 1905 debate against the Milwaukee Normal School.
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumni have an unprecedented opportunity to serve and learn side-by-side with sophomores completing a community experience as part of the University Studies Program, our transformed general education program.