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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 […]


“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, […]


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 […]


Protecting our future

February 16, 2017 Alec Schaffer 0

Wyoming has 30 million acres of public land that are coming under threat. With her first vote in the House of Representatives, congresswoman Liz Cheney voted against her constituents’ wishes and voted in favor of […]


Bill seeks to bypass courts

February 15, 2017 Brandon Sisson 0

A resolution of a new amendment from the Wyoming State Senate plans to bypass the Wyoming Supreme Court when deciding on funding for public schools. Senate Resolution SJ 09, if passed, would allow legislature to […]


World-renowned tap dancer performs at UW

February 15, 2017 Briana Reeves 0

Savion Glover, award winning tap dancer and choreographer, performed yesterday evening at the Arts and Sciences auditorium in a program put on by UW Cultural Programs. Glover is a world-renowned tap dancer who has performed […]