News

Second pile up occurs on I-80

April 21, 2015 Joel Funk 0

A second pile up in five days took place on Interstate 80 yesterday when between 21 and 40 vehicles wrecked 15 miles west of Laramie in dense fog around 8 a.m. One fatality has been […]

News

Severe weather results in highway pile up

April 17, 2015 Joel Funk 0

Spring storms resulted in a massive car pile up yesterday on interstate 80. The Highway Patrol reported that approximately 40-50 commercial vehicles and 20 passenger vehicles were involved and several people were taken to Cheyenne […]

News

Severe snow weather causes pile-up on I80

April 16, 2015 Joel Funk 0

Spring storms resulted in a massive car pile up yesterday on interstate 80. The Highway Patrol reported that approximately 40-50 commercial vehicles and 20 passenger vehicles were involved and several people were taken to Cheyenne […]

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Editorials

Wyo. loses ACLU office

April 10, 2015 Joel Funk 0

Wyoming’s American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) office will close today, and I would love to think everyone at UW understands why this is unfortunate. Just a guess, I’ll assume this is probably not the case. […]

Campus

Union Gardens may close due to funding

March 26, 2015 Joel Funk 3

The Union Gardens, the university’s only beer vendor, will likely close at the end of the semester, following an unofficial statement from the UW administration. Administrators have said the closing is based solely on financial […]

Editorials

Anti-discrimination bill should have passed

March 10, 2015 Joel Funk 0

The death of Senate File 115 in Wyoming’s legislature last week has been characterized by one unfortunate phrase: “When hell freezes over.” Uttered by Rep. Harlan Edmonds, R-Cheyenne, his tragically bigoted demeanor prevailed as the […]

News

Concealed carry bill passes House

February 3, 2015 Joel Funk 0

A bill that would allow anyone with a concealed carry permit to bring firearms into public facilities and gatherings, including on campus at UW, passed the Wyoming House of Representatives yesterday morning. Officials from UW […]

Campus

Pipes burst, damage multiple buildings

January 27, 2015 Joel Funk 0

Sub zero temperatures wreaked havoc in UW facilities over winter break, as flooding caused considerable damage in multiple locations. Although the uni- versity Physical Plant assured facilities would be open and functional for classes yesterday, […]

Campus

Tensions Flare Over Campus Protest

December 12, 2014 Joel Funk 1

Controversy stirred yesterday at Simpson as a gathering protested police brutality and racism. Students, staff, faculty and community members carried signs and shouted slogans like “no justice, no peace” as onlookers accumulated. A small counter […]