October 31 - November 4
Reeve Union Ballroom C
When you hear the word pageant, it brings all kinds of images to mind. This panel will explore those stereotypes, truths and trends of the pageant world. With representation from a variety of pageants, join us for a discussion of what it’s really like to participate.
The War Room
History/Political Science “Presidential and Electoral Politics” film sub-series
Wednesday, Nov. 2 @ 6:30pm
It’s 1992, many Americans are anxious about the future of their country and a Clinton is running for president of the United States.
Accusations of sexual impropriety threaten to stymie Clinton’s chances for winning, but they are temporarily overcome with the help of a group of young campaign managers (based in the Little Rock, Arkansas “War Room”) who are convinced they can win as long as they remember simple rules such as “the economy-stupid.” (That is, they can win the election as long as they focus Americans’ attention on key economic issues.)
The War Room (1993), the forth of four films featured in the History/Political Science “Presidential and Electoral Politics” film sub-series, helps us understand how William Jefferson Clinton won the 1992 election, and it explains how two young campaign workers, George Stephanopoulus and James Carville, soon thereafter became media stars. Shot by the celebrated cinema verité filmmakers DA Pennebaker and Chris Hegedus, The War Room provides an unprecedented glimpse behind the scenes of a modern American presidential campaign.
UW Madison Law School Presentation
Sage Hall 1234
Are you interested in pursuing a career in law? Come to the UW Madison Law School presentation where UW Law Assistant Dean for Admissions & Financial Aid discusses why you should consider a career in law.
Email the Pre-Law Society President Samantha here: email@example.com for more information.
Study in Italy Info Session
Sage Hall 2215
Are you interested in studying abroad in Italy in June or July or for a full semester? Come to our informational session in Sage 2215.
Interested in Studying Abroad?
Visit the office of International Education website http://www.uwosh.edu/oie for more information.
5:00pm doors open
7:00pm event starts
Reeve Union Ballroom
Miss UWO is a philanthropy event hosted by the Beta Theta Pi fraternity to support the Christine Ann Domestic Abuse Shelter who provides services for domestic abuse victims in the area, and raise awareness of domestic abuse. The event is a pageant where contestants will participate in a spirit, talent, and formal Q&A. The event will also include a guest speaker from the Christine Ann Center to talk about their services and domestic abuse. There will be raffle prizes with gifts donated from local sponsors, and food catered by Erberts and Gerberts and Insomnia Cookies with Pepsi refreshments! There will be tabling happening on Monday starting 2:15pm, Tuesday at 11:00am, and Wednesday at 2:15pm if you have any questions please come and visit!
Henna Tattoo ~ Canvas Painting ~ Mason Jar Crafts ~ Beach Dirt Cups ~ Ornament Making ~ Beach Bingo
RUB movie: Suicide Squad @ 9:15 pm
FREE Popcorn & Soda
Loaded Nachos / Churros served @ 11:00 pm
FREE with TitanCard / Guests $5 / No backpacks or carry-in beverages
Inter-Tribal Pow Wow
FREE and open to the public!
Download the app to get more information & view pictures:
Enter pass code = uwopowwow
Vendors & general questions, please contact Dennis Zack
firstname.lastname@example.org or 920-424-0229
Hosted by UW Oshkosh Inter-Tribal Student Organization
Election Film: Iron Jawed Angels
Time Community Theater
Are you ready to cast your vote on Tuesday, Nov. 8? Come watch how young activists impacted the women’s suffrage movement and get excited to fulfill your civic duty by voting. Free popcorn and soda or water provided. This is a non-partisan event and no lobbying will be allowed.
Co-sponsored with: Women’s Advocacy Council, Time Community Theater, United Women of Oshkosh, Department of Women’s and Gender Studies.
Lindsey Beal: "Past as Present"
November 2 @ 10:30 am - November 20 @ 4:00 pm | Free
November 2 to November 20, 2016
Artist Reception: Thursday, Nov 3, 6:30 – 8 p.m.
Lindsey Beal is a photo-based artist in coastal Rhode Island. Her work combines historical and contemporary women’s lives with historical photographic processes. She is interested in the photograph as object and includes sculpture, papermaking and artist books into her work.
To see some of her work: http://www.lindseybeal.com/
Open Mon-Fri: 10:30 a.m.-3 p.m., Mon-Thurs: 7 p.m.-9 p.m., Sat & Sun: 1 p.m.-4 p.m.
Allen Priebe Art Gallery, located in the main lobby of the Arts & Communication Center, N102