WPR wins Murrow Awards

May 4, 2017 Annie Todd 0

Wyoming Public Radio (WPR) has won three regional Edward R. Murrow awards. The awards are for Best Hard News Story, Best Use of Sound and Best Series. The Edward R. Murrow awards go to the […]


Student claims UWPD abuse

May 2, 2017 Annie Todd 0

A student is alleging University of Wyoming Police Department officers physically injured him when he was removed from class after suffering from an epileptic seizure. Garret VonKronsigk, a senior in petroleum engineering said he sustained […]


Q&A with Wetzel and Welsh

April 27, 2017 Annie Todd 0

Newly elected president, Ben Wetzel, and vice president, Jaynie Welsh, sat down with the Branding Iron to answer questions about their upcoming year in office and visions they have for the 105th administration. BI: Did […]


Undergrads to present research

April 26, 2017 Annie Todd 0

Undergraduate students who have completed research over the past year will have the chance to present their findings Saturday at Undergraduate Research Day. “Undergraduate research has grown considerably over the past few years,” Rick Matlock, […]


Taking back the night

April 19, 2017 Annie Todd 0

Student group Intersectional Suffragists, will be hosting Take Back the Night Candlelight Vigil tonight. The vigil will honor victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in Wyoming. “A 2010 summary report done by the National […]


Student receives Fulbright Grant

April 18, 2017 Annie Todd 0

Thao Nguyen, a master’s student in International Studies and Environmental and Natural Resources, has received a Fulbright grant. The grant will enable Nguyen to travel to Indonesia for ten months starting in September, to further […]


Pride flag resolution returns and passes

April 6, 2017 Annie Todd 0

ASUW Senate Resolution #2539 “ASUW Support for LGBTQIAA+ Pride Flag Flown in Prexy’s Pasture for the month of June,” passed 18-7 during Tuesday night’s meeting. After being tabled indefinitely by Student Outreach and Policy (SOP) […]


UK political leader to visit campus

April 5, 2017 Annie Todd 0

The presentation will focus on her views on the state of international affairs and her own experiences. “Baroness Ashton is one of the most important political figures of the past 25 years,” Stephanie Anderson, a […]