• Sports

    Cowgirl tennis sweeps Miners, 4-0

    The Cowgirl tennis team (6-2 overall) won its third straight match with a 4-0 victory over the UTEP Miners (2-7 overall) on Saturday morning. “I can’t point out one outstanding performance from one person because [...]
  • Top

    March to become Disabilities Awareness Month

    Laramie will celebrate its first ever “Disability Awareness Month” this March. Tuesday, Laramie Mayor Andi Summerville announced the new awareness month to the City Council. “Thousands in Wyoming face challenges with disability daily,” Summervile said. [...]
  • Campus

    Pride flag resolution dies in committee

    On Tuesday night, ASUW held the first reading of Senate Resolution #2539 “ASUW Support for LGBTQIAA+ Pride Flag Flown in Prexy’s Pasture for the Month of June.” According to the resolution, authored by Vice President [...]
  • Laramie

    Senate approves Internet sales tax

    On Wed. Feb. 15, the Wyoming State Senate passed House Bill 19 (HB 19), which mandates an Internet sales tax be imposed on purchases made by those in the state from online retailers or retailers [...]
  • Editorials

    Editorial: What closing the pharmacy reveals

    The administration has been searching for budget cuts across the board, and Student Health Services was asked to cut $250,000 from their working budget. As a result, the pharmacy will be closing its doors at [...]