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Research Ready: For more than 100 years, UW Oshkosh operated a private elementary and middle school, above left, on campus — for much of that time in Swart Hall. The school provided teachers-in-training a chance to observe and participate in effective teaching and classroom management.

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Checkmate: Students ponder their gambits in the Reeve Union “Cavern,” while playing chess during the 1966–1967 academic year. The Chess Club—organized to encourage students on campus to learn and improve their game—held weekly sessions and lessons for beginners. In February 1967, the club participated in

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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

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