It is difficult for me to convey just one memory, and in just one paragraph, as I have many memories of my four years at UWO that I cherish.
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.
One of my most treasured memories of my college experience at UW Oshkosh was venturing off to High Cliff State Park with a group of my friends for a day trip of hiking, Frisbee on the lawn and watching the sunset over the lake from