News

Wyoming Democrats pick Barbuto

May 2, 2017 Briana Reeves 0

Joe Barbuto, a resident of Rock Springs, was recently elected chairman of the Wyoming Democratic Party. Barbuto said during his two-year term he hopes to implement new strategies, increase messaging, and work toward the 2018 […]

Campus

Senator accused of accosting students

April 25, 2017 Briana Reeves 0

At the Shepard Symposium for Social Justice, students Tyrell Proby, Desmin Lewis, and Jerard Swan presented a public service announcement about concealed carry laws and stereotypes, allegedly inciting threatening comments from Wyoming Senator Anthony Bouchard. […]

News

STDs in Wyoming on the rise

April 20, 2017 Briana Reeves 0

Cases of Sexually-Transmitted Diseases (STDs) in Wyoming are on the rise, with dramatic increases in Gonorrhea rates since 2012 and other STDs close behind. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, STDs are […]

Features

Decoding the past to write the future

April 20, 2017 Briana Reeves 0

Dr. Robert Kelly, Anthropology professor, has dedicated his life to empowering the world through archaeological discovery, research and education, with the hope that understanding the past will lead to a brighter future. This love for […]

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Events

Here comes Peter Cottontail

April 17, 2017 Briana Reeves 0

On Saturday, April 15 the Wyoming Honor Organization (WHO) will be hosting its 7th annual Easter Egg Hunt in the Union from 10 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. The WHO Easter Egg Hunt is the organization’s […]

Campus

March for science

April 12, 2017 Briana Reeves 0

On April 22, in conjunction with Earth Day, the Wyoming March for Science will process from the UW Classroom Building to downtown Laramie in an effort to raise awareness and comradery. The Wyoming March for […]

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Laramie

Changes to aquifer protection rejected

April 11, 2017 Briana Reeves 0

On Monday, March 27 the Laramie Planning and Zoning Commission voted against proposed changes to the Casper Aquifer Protection Plan, which would have opened doors for construction on land near the Casper Aquifer. Derek Teini, […]

Features

Ben-David works for change

April 11, 2017 Briana Reeves 0

Merav Ben-David, professor of wildlife ecology, has spent 17 years at UW working to increase global awareness and inspire students to take action. Ben-David’s love of wildlife has been a part of her life for […]