WyoLotto pays $1 million to state

April 19, 2017 Josh Barta 0

On April 7, the WyoLotto made their fifth transfer of funds to the state in the form of $1 million. The money will be divided up between different cities, towns and counties in Wyoming. According […]


Taking back the night

April 19, 2017 Annie Todd 0

Student group Intersectional Suffragists, will be hosting Take Back the Night Candlelight Vigil tonight. The vigil will honor victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in Wyoming. “A 2010 summary report done by the National […]


Student receives Fulbright Grant

April 18, 2017 Annie Todd 0

Thao Nguyen, a master’s student in International Studies and Environmental and Natural Resources, has received a Fulbright grant. The grant will enable Nguyen to travel to Indonesia for ten months starting in September, to further […]


Tennis team continues steamroll

April 18, 2017 Brandon Sisson 0

The UW women’s tennis team continued blowing through opponents with two more wins added this weekend against New Mexico and Air Force. The team has now won seven straight matches to improve their season record […]


Wyoming needs to diversify

April 18, 2017 Brandon Sisson 0

Since Wyoming became a state it has primarily been mineral dependent, and it’s time to change for the better. Minerals are a multi-billion dollar industry in the state, and the state’s economy is very volatile […]


Editorial: #imSOLD best fit for ASUW

April 14, 2017 Matthew Fabian 0

In the upcoming ASUW Presidential election, students are faced with three choices. Ty Shockley and Rainey Evans, John Fritz and Jordan Blazovich and finally Ben Weztel and Jaynie Welsh. As an editorial staff, we have […]