Upcoming Events

October 24 - 28

LIR Event “Hibernation in Humans? What Hibernators Can Teach Us About Our Health”

Tuesday, October 25 @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Sage Hall 1216

Join Biology Professor Courtney Kurtz as she presents. Hibernation is an extreme adaptation to the cold temperatures and low food availability of winter. Many mammals hibernate, although humans are not among them. Recent research into hibernation has shown us, however, that the biology of hibernation can provide many insights into the development and/or treatment of several diseases including obesity, type 2 diabetes, muscle disuse atrophy and inflammatory bowel diseases. In the course, we will examine the unique biology of hibernation and how the study of hibernation can teach us something about these diseases.

Monti Washington

Tuesday, October 25 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Reeve Union Ballroom

A product of a one night stand, abused in foster home after foster home, and raised sleeping in parks were just a few of the daunting obstacles in Monti’s journey from the streets to the stage. This is an interactive presentation, designed to help students gain the problem-solving skills needed to be successful, both inside and outside of the classroom.

Bestselling author, Dr. James Loewen visits UWO!

Wednesday, October 26 @ 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm

Sage 3235

He'll be hosting two discussions two on his bestselling books, Lies My Teacher Told Me and Sundown Towns.

Lies My Teacher Told Me: 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm in Alumni Center Ballroom C

  • "The most important era in U.S. history you never heard of, and why it's still important today."
  • Informs individuals on the falsifications that our history textbooks teach our generations and encourages us to challenge these misconceptions.

Sundown Towns: 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm in Sage 3235

  • "Workshop on Sundown Towns -- Nearly All-White Communities"
  • Educates individuals on racial segregation that included entire towns, known as sundown towns that were purposefully all white, excluding all other races.

“Presidential and Electoral Politics” film sub-series: Being There (1979)

Wednesday, October 26 @ 7:00 pm

Sage Hall 1234

In a time of profound self doubt and malaise, the American public, mass media and president fall under the spell of a simple-minded gardener, a man whose observations about the growing seasons pass for profound allegories forecasting the country’s economic future.

Is it possible that such a simpleton could become president of the United States? If he can serve the interests of the rich and powerful and play (unwittingly) to the anxieties of the American people, why not? “Life is a state of mind.”

The brilliant comedic actor Peter Sellers stars in the award-winning 1979 film Being There, the third of four films featured in the History/Political Science “Presidential and Electoral Politics” film sub-series.

Queer Game Show

Wednesday, October 26 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm / FREE

Reeve Union Theater (307)

Students compete against faculty and staff in this classic game show with a queer twist. Does your family have what it takes to win? Test your trivia skills and tickle your funny bone with your host Guy Smiley and the hilarious guest panel!

RUB Acoustic Pottery Night w/ The Fire

Thursday, October 27 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm / FREE with TitanID

Titan Underground

Come create some beautiful pottery pieces and listen to live music performances. Titan Dollars and cash accepted. Pottery prices range from $8 to 15. Genre: Acoustic.

Inter-Tribal Pow Wow

Saturday, November 5 / Grand Entry at 1 pm and 7 pm

Albee Hall

FREE and open to the public!

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Vendors & general questions, please contact Dennis Zack

zackd@uwosh.edu or 920-424-0229

Hosted by UW Oshkosh Inter-Tribal Student Organization