Being Outlasted

May 8, 2017 Thomas Garvie 1

University life is filled with positives. As students, we are given the opportunity to meet new people, experience new cultures, challenge our belief systems and build lasting relationships. While student leaders, such as members of […]


Engineering launches honors program

May 2, 2017 Thomas Garvie 0

The UW College of Engineering will launch the first college specific honors program during the 2017-2018 academic year. “The College of Engineering and Applied Science (CEAS) began considering the addition of an honors program in […]


Maggi Murdock: What an educator should be

April 27, 2017 Thomas Garvie 0

After four decades as an educator, administrator and pioneer at the University of Wyoming, Dr. Maggi Murdock will retire following this academic year. Murdock received her Bachelor’s degree from Creighton University in 1970 before spending […]


Statewide plan for Alzheimer’s

March 29, 2017 Thomas Garvie 0

The Wyoming department of Health in conjunction with the UW Center on Aging will sponsor a series of listening sessions throughout the state on the topic of Alzheimer’s. The group was created when Dr. Martha […]


NO MORE week at UW

March 9, 2017 Thomas Garvie 0

On Tuesday, UW President Laurie Nichols released a statement announcing “No More Week,” March 5-11. “We are excited to be part of a national campaign to say ‘No More’ to sexual assault and dating violence,” […]


Citizens march for transgender rights

March 7, 2017 Thomas Garvie 0

UW students and Laramie citizens marched for transgendered rights on Sunday covering UW’s campus and the downtown Laramie area. The March began in UW’s Simpson Plaza where two speeches were given prior to the march. […]

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Student Health to close pharmacy

February 16, 2017 Thomas Garvie 0

As a product of budget reductions in the 2018 fiscal year, UW Student Health will be closing its pharmacy. Student Health Service was asked to reduce its budget by $250,000 resulting in the elimination of […]


ASUW lobbies the Senate

February 16, 2017 Thomas Garvie 0

Members of ASUW traveled to Cheyenne on Wednesday to testify in front of the Wyoming Senate regarding open carry laws on UW’s campus. Senators Courtney Thomson-Lichty and Daniel Kerbs were joined by Director of Governmental […]