Greek pride: Sigma Tau Gamma and Alpha Phi Omega members represent at the Titan’s football conference opener against Wisconsin State University La Crosse at the Jackson Street Athletic Field on Sept. 14, 1968. The Titans shut down the Indian’s offense early on and beat them
Double take: UW Oshkosh senior Jennifer Newlin, of Janesville, snapped the modern-day photo of students Zackery Pawlosky, a sophomore of Oshkosh, and Kelley Koebler, also a senior from Janesville, near Dempsey Hall.
Coming home: To celebrate its 50th-anniversary “golden jubilee,” the Oshkosh Normal School organized its first Homecoming in 1921. In addition to a sold-out football game and a dance, the event featured an estimated 600 alumni — representing at least 44 different graduating classes — who
Taking flight: As they boarded a plane at Winnebago County Airport in September 1968, Michael Berken, Sandra Fruhman, Kris DeBruin and Thomas Recob became the first Wisconsin State University–Oshkosh students to participate in a new exchange program with African colleges.