It is listening, paying attention and being calm and fair in discussion over contentious topics. It is not trash-talking, name-calling, gossiping or passing the buck.
University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumna Kathy (Dugan) Schumann ’97, of Sun Prairie, shared her thoughts in a This We Believe at UW Oshkosh essay about how a trip to Haiti opened her eyes to how complicated her life had become.
Searching for civility "Three things in human life are important: The first is to be kind. The second is to be kind, and the third is to be kind." — Henry James As political advertising and discourse heats up across the state and nation this fall, it
Most of my memories revolve around watching the Men’s Gymnastics team (which was cut many years ago due to lack of funding), and serving as the “flasher” for their meets (flashing the scores from the floor with the portable scoring units – not the other
As part of a UWO Homecoming parade, my pledge class and I acted as the "horses" for pulling a wagon down Main Street filled with our future fraternity brothers who were eating brats and drinking beer.
Someone once told me that college life was 75 percent social; it’s possible some of us stretched that a bit, but the friendships we forged at UWO have stayed with us far longer than the content of any lecture.
On Friday, October 29, 1999, at 3:45 p.m., in Las Vegas, Nev., 12 strong dedicated founding mothers and charter sisters from the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh crossed as the official Gamma Alpha Omega Sorority Inc. - Theta Chapter.