A tradition that keeps growing

February 28, 2017 Taylor Hannon 0

I thought the coldest I ever would be taking pictures on the sidelines at the Mountain West Tournament at War Memorial Stadium, but I was wrong. At 9:30 in the morning on Saturday, I waddled […]


Pokes shut down Lobos

February 28, 2017 Kyler Robinson 0

The UW men’s basketball team (17-12, 7-9 MW) picked up a conference win in Laramie this past Saturday against the New Mexico Lobos (16-13, 9-8 MW) with a score of 82-71. “I’m happy with the […]


Cowgirls get past Lobos on the road

February 28, 2017 Justin Long 0

Freshman forward Selale Kepenc scored a career high 12 points and grabbed six rebounds to lead the Cowgirls (19-8 overall, 11-5 Mountain West) to steal a 60-58 victory on the road over New Mexico on […]


Senate drops campus carry

February 28, 2017 Josh Barta 0

The Wyoming Senate defeated a bill on Thursday that would dissipate gun-free zones on college campuses across Wyoming. House Bill 136 (HB 136), titled “Campus Carry,” was introduced to the House of Representatives on Jan. […]


UW a no fly zone

February 24, 2017 Jamie Hampton 0

This past week ASUW held a reading for the Senate Resolution #2539, authored by ASUW Vice President Tyler Wolfgang, which was a resolution about being able to fly the LGBTQ flag annually during the pride […]


Abortion bill will provide new option

February 24, 2017 Annie Todd 0

A new abortion bill proposed by the House of Representatives would give pregnant women the option to hear the fetus’ heartbeat before having an abortion. House Bill 182 would require physicians and nurses to inform […]


Reading between the lines

February 24, 2017 Briana Reeves 0

Described by colleague Harvey Hix as the embodiment of “joie de vivre,” Peter Parolin, English Professor and chair of the English Department, is an integral part of the UW and Laramie communities. Hailing from outside […]