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WyoTech student found guilty

February 20, 2017 Alec Schaffer 0

Brandon Joseph Hamilton was convicted of felony burglary of a WyoTech dorm. Hamilton received five to eight years in state penitentiary and was order to pay $5,000 in restitution He also received a recommendation of […]


Protecting our future

February 16, 2017 Alec Schaffer 0

Wyoming has 30 million acres of public land that are coming under threat. With her first vote in the House of Representatives, congresswoman Liz Cheney voted against her constituents’ wishes and voted in favor of […]


Final faculty senate

April 28, 2016 Alec Schaffer 0

Brett Maciech Yesterday’s faculty senate meeting was comprised with final addresses from UW President Dick McGinty, Vice President of Academic Affairs David Jones and ASUW President Brian Schueler, as well as the passing of […]

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Turtle rock stabber pleads not guilty

April 25, 2016 Alec Schaffer 0

Alec Schaffer A University of Wyoming student pleaded not guilty to the offense of aggravated assault-bodily injury with a deadly weapon at his arraignment Monday morning. A felony charge punishable to 10 years in […]


Humanities for the win

April 14, 2016 Alec Schaffer 1

Alec Schaffer Liberal Arts, English, History, Philosophy, Fine Arts and Music. What do all these majors have in common? They all made Forbes magazines list of “the top ten worse college majors”. The means […]


Art as a source of dialogue

February 4, 2016 Alec Schaffer 0

  Alec Schaffer   Kara Walker, a contemporary African American, feminist artist, is featured at the University of Wyoming art museum, where a panel was held in part of the MLK Day’s of Dialogue […]


Mosquito control costs may increase

January 28, 2016 Alec Schaffer 0

  Alec Schaffer     An alternative eco-friendly mosquito control program that could cost residents more money was presented at Tuesday night’s city council meeting   The Laramie City Council tasked the parks and […]