My most cherished UW Oshkosh memory would be getting to know Mrs. White, the former nutrition and dance professor
On the 100th anniversary of the Wisconsin Intercollegiate Athletics Conference, I would like to pay tribute to the Athletic Department at UW Oshkosh and the coaching staff from all the sports past and present that were and continue to be so supportive of our athletes.
My favorite memory was studying abroad in Cambridge, England (Journalism) and Rome (Art History).
One of my most cherished memories at UW Oshkosh was participating in Homecoming and Winter Carnival activities and events.
My most cherished memory occurred right after I received my diploma.
There are so many wonderful memories – door decorating at Christmas, Latin classes with Dr. Zebian, ice sculpting with my sorority and being a Junior Olympic fencing qualifier.
My favorite memory of UW Oshkosh was the study tour of Mexico 1987-1988 during winter interim.
Driving 550 miles overnight to Omaha, Neb., after missing the flight to the Creighton game.
As a former editor of the Advance Titan, I’ve accumulated many black and white photographs from those wonderful years at UW Oshkosh.