Campus

New drilling sim to expand energy education

November 16, 2017 Luke Tilley 0

The UW College of Engineering and Applied Science will soon possess one of the world’s most advanced drilling simulator systems after making a deal with England-based technology company Drilling Systems. Once the new Engineering Education […]

Features

Jan James shares gaming diversity research

November 16, 2017 Courtney Kudera 0

Graduate student Jan James will be presenting her paper “Negating the Female Gamer: A Cluster Criticism of BioWare’s Game Cover for Mass Effect: Andromeda” at the 103rd National Communications Association in the Visual Communication Division […]

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Features

Union Wireless awards scholarships

November 16, 2017 Upama Thapa 1

Aya Mistica and David Flores of the University of Wyoming have received $1,000 each as a scholarship award from Union Wireless. The students were honored earlier this year at the Tau Beta Pi Awards Banquet. […]

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Club Sports

A series tie between UW, DU

November 16, 2017 Tyler Misener 0

The University of Wyoming battled against #5 ranking Denver University this past weekend on Friday, Nov. 10 at Denver, Colorado and on Saturday, November 11 at Laramie, Wyoming. Wyoming (7-7) in overall play came up […]

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Opinion

Taking the right path at the crossroads

November 15, 2017 Andrew Server 0

Both the Education Auditorium and the overflow lecture hall in the Classroom Building were filled to capacity last Thursday for the Dennis Prager event. Approximately 35 individuals (as per several firsthand accounts) turned out in […]

Campus

Holocaust survivor speaks at UW

November 15, 2017 Luke Tilley 0

One of the most horrific wars throughout history, and the Holocaust with it, ended a little over 70 years ago, and those who lived through it are fewer and fewer in numbers today. Friday, the […]