Presidential tickets debate campus issues

April 15, 2016 Branding Iron 0

Anthony Rodd Both ASUW presidential tickets, ASUW affiliates and a handful of students gathered in the skylight lounge on Wednesday for a point-counter point hearing, and also to answer questions made by the audience. […]


UW study abroad students prepared for Zik

February 9, 2016 Branding Iron 0

Holly Morgan With the Zika virus being declared a global public health emergency, the UW international program’s office has notified UW students studying abroad in “at risk” areas of the potential hazards. “The international […]


Hating Cam Newton must be hard

February 4, 2016 Breann Lujan-Halcon 0

  Breann Lujan-Halcon   When Carolina Panthers starting quarterback Cam Newton was about to be drafted into the NFL, Panthers owner Jerry Richardson asked the heisman winner to maintain a certain image. This image […]


The GOP is a Big Tent Party

January 28, 2016 Andrew Server 0

    Andrew Server   This primary election season has emerged to be one of the most perplexing cycles in recent history. Here we see a democratic socialist gaining considerable ground against an already […]


Remedial math class

January 28, 2016 Paige Backman 0

Paige Backman Any first-year student at the University of Wyoming is encouraged to meet with an advisor to begin registering for classes to help with academic goals. Often remedial students are placed in a […]