Sea vents: The final frontier

March 23, 2017 Annie Todd 0

Sea, the final frontier. This is the voyage of the U.S. Research Vessel Atlantis. Its six-week mission: to discover how ocean crust forms and stumble upon unknown hydrothermal vents. Barbara John and Michael Cheadle, professors […]


Laramie welcomes new store

March 23, 2017 Dara Horning 0

Located in the very heart of Laramie’s historic downtown, local business Ruby’s on Grand contains a wide variety of fascinating items on display behind polished glass windows. Inside the store a person is guaranteed to […]

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Europe on the horizon

March 10, 2017 Annie Todd 0

Laramie is 5,000 miles from Europe, making it difficult to travel there on a good day. However, the European Horizons UW chapter is bridging that gap. European Horizons is US think-tank, founded in 2015 at […]


Student receives award for global awareness

March 9, 2017 Briana Reeves 0

Laramie native and UW student Gabriel Selting has been honored for his work in international studies and relations by being awarded the Undergraduate Student International Excellence Award. The Undergraduate Student International Excellence Award is presented […]


Leap, jump, Spring to Dance

March 7, 2017 Annaleise Johansen 0

“Dance celebrates what it means to be alive,” Margaret Wilson, a professor in the theatre and dance department at UW, said. Starting on Mar. 7 and going until Mar. 10 the university’s Theatre and Dance […]


Bearded Lady Project unveils at UW

March 7, 2017 Josh Barta 0

The realm of scientific research and field work has, for decades, been dominated by men, and women have no choice but to fight tooth and nail to be taken seriously. The Bearded Lady Project (BLP), […]


Student club brings improv to UW

March 3, 2017 Josh Barta 0

Acting is something that takes years to perfect, while participating in improv is all about thinking on your toes. This Just In is UW’s own improv troupe and is welcoming UW students to come have […]