World Languages Day

March 8, 2016 Fabian Grund 0

Alexx Sanchez During the weekend the University of the Wyoming held its fourth annual World Languages Day or WLD in the education building. Middle school and high school students came from around the state […]


The Poker Run: Skis, music and beer

February 23, 2016 Branding Iron 0

Avery Kerman The 2016 Poker Run held this past weekend consisted of skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, live music and prizes. This Poker Run was on Feb. 20 at the Barber Lake campground in Medicine Bow […]


News Briefs

February 23, 2016 Monika "Monarcha" Leininger 0

Monika Leininger Community college tuition may increase The Wyoming Community College commission is considering changing the tuition policy for every community college in the state of Wyoming. The change would affect all seven community […]


Spring job fair comes to UW campus

February 23, 2016 Branding Iron 0

Josh Barta College is the stepping-stone from childhood to adulthood for the American youth. We choose our majors and study our fields with the hopes of eventually landing a job in that field. But […]

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Wellness Center on campus

November 19, 2015 Paige Backman 0

Paige Backman The Wellness Center located inside of Half Acre gym has been open for about a week. The Wellness Center is open to the university community from Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. […]


ASUW Approves of Tuition Increase

November 19, 2015 Matthew Fabian 0

Matthew Fabian In Senate Resolution #2481, ASUW approved a 4 percent tuition increase under the guise of President Brian Schueler for the 2017 fiscal year. The bill authored by the president and Senators Hanson, […]

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What Laramie Needs: Technology Services

November 19, 2015 Michael Rotellini 0

Michael Rotellini Living in Laramie for three years now, I’ve noticed something a bit odd. There aren’t many places that can help you with technology. Whether it’s repair, software, hardware or just the common […]