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Bringing awareness to campus

February 23, 2017 Annaleise Johansen 0

Everyone remembers health class with the quiet giggles and long stares of teachers discussing uncomfortable subjects. The subject of one’s physical “body” was always the focus of the class, with diagrams of the same generic […]

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Dance for the Plants fundraiser

February 20, 2017 Branding Iron 0

This Saturday, Feb. 18, ACRES Student Farm will be hosting a “Dance for Plants” fundraising event. The event is scheduled to take place at the Laramie Railroad Depot and will feature live music from local […]

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“Uncanny Valley” to take the stage

February 16, 2017 Briana Reeves 0

“Uncanny Valley,” a Relative Theatrics production examining humanity’s relationship with technology and how that affects everyday life, opens tonight at the Gryphon Theater. Planning for “Uncanny Valley” began over a year ago, when Anne Mason, […]

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Songs for Wyoming

February 16, 2017 Jamie Hampton 0

Five years ago, Patrick Harrington and Jackson Clarendon started playing music together which led to the creation of the Libby Creek Original. “We had the same friends but we never met and then we started […]

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Tradition of community thrives

February 15, 2017 Branding Iron 0

O’Dwyers Public House is a hotel-turned-pub and co-owned by Deirdre O’Dwyer and James Grimes. O’Dwyers opened back in 1994, and ever since, they have been serving up American classics with an Irish flare. One of […]

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An RSO to kick it with

February 14, 2017 Briana Reeves 0

Students in Laramie Taekwondo are kicking it up a notch with local opportunities to learn and appreciate martial arts. Joann Hilman started the Laramie Taekwondo group after studying the art of Taekwondo in South Korea. […]

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Building a network of grad students

February 13, 2017 Seth Haack 0

The Graduate Students Network (GSN) at UW is all about helping graduate students build relationships, gain knowledge and socialize with fellow graduate students going through similar situations. GSN was a brainchild of Rachel Edie, the […]

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Exploring the nature of politics

February 10, 2017 Annie Todd 0

Growing up on a small farm in Minnesota, Teena Gabrielson found herself interested in politics at a young age. “I was exposed to politics from an early age given the level of discussion within my […]