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With this spring 2017 issue, the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Engage magazine celebrates its 10th anniversary of sharing the University community’s successes.
The UWO community is invited to take quick culinary trips monthly without leaving the comfort of Reeve Union to sample a wide variety of world cultures and cuisines.
The passion Chancellor Andrew Leavitt has for the Bayeux Tapestry is no secret. His knowledge of the 950-year-old chronicle of the Norman Conquest of 1066 richly embroidered on a 230-foot-long linen canvas runs deep.
Since 2004, Students Organized For Art (S.O.F.A.) at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh has been inviting students from all majors to participate in art projects
UW Oshkosh’s Lincoln Hall is the meeting place for minds of all ages.
Every family has a jokester—the one who lightens the mood and gets everyone “LOL-ing,” “ROFL-ing” and “Haha-ing.” University of Wisconsin Oshkosh alumna Kyla Morris ’09, of Oshkosh, is that person.
In his new composition “Swirling Sky,” University of Wisconsin Oshkosh faculty member Ed Martin created a unique melodic piece for live piano and fixed electronic playback that includes certain pitches or microtones that don’t exist on the piano.
For five University of Wisconsin Oshkosh journalism students, it was about telling a story. For their sources, the stories were real-life experiences in war zones.
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.