Journalism Department advising begins next week! Are YOU ready?

By Sheng Lee (@shengdanger) The UW Oshkosh Journalism Department’s advising program is meant to help you advance toward your degree in a timely and orderly manner. However, it is ultimately YOUR responsibility to make sure you meet all the requirements for graduation. The advising program gives you an opportunity to meet one-on-one with a journalism… Read More Journalism Department advising begins next week! Are YOU ready?

Live tweets during Sage Hall dedication

Friday morning, Sept. 23, a dedication ceremony for Sage Hall, the new home of the Journalism Department, took place just outside the four-story, 191,000-square-foot building that now lines High Ave. Chancellor Richard H. Wells, state legislators, former Wisconsin Governor Jim Doyle, other dignitaries, faculty, staff and students were present to show their allegiance and support.… Read More Live tweets during Sage Hall dedication

Meet our new social media intern: Sheng Lee

By Sheng Lee (@Shengdanger) “To avoid criticism, say nothing, do nothing, be nothing.” -Fred “the fog” Sherro My name is Ntxee Yees Lis (English translation: Sheng Yeng Lee). I’m a senior here at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. My major is Journalism with an emphasis in writing/editing. Last year I started my first internship working… Read More Meet our new social media intern: Sheng Lee

Meet our new social media intern: Lindsey

“Every secret of a writer’s soul, every experience of his life, every quality of his mind is written large in his works.”
– Virginia Woolf

I love this quote for two reasons:
1. I think it’s absolutely true and a great way to define the essence of good writing.
2. I feel like this is a perfect description of who I am: a passionate writer, a deep thinker and lover of new experiences.… Read More Meet our new social media intern: Lindsey

Journalism Department Chair welcomes students to Sage Hall

The chair of the Department of Journalism, Professor Mike Cowling, would like to welcome all students to our wonderful new classrooms and offices in Sage Hall. “I hope that students are adjusting well to the new building and are able to find their way around here, because it’s sort of like a maze until you get used to it,” he said.… Read More Journalism Department Chair welcomes students to Sage Hall