Campus

Drug scene in Laramie

May 12, 2016 Caitlin Tan 0

By Caitlin Tan ctan@uwyo.edu Laramie is home to three college institutions, around 30,000 people and a high intensity drug trafficking area (HIDTA). Consequently, Albany County Sherriff David O’Malley said the drug scene in the county […]

Campus

Family statue in Prexy’s Pasture

April 29, 2016 Branding Iron 1

Malorie Williamson mwilli92@uwyo.edu The Nuclear Family Statue in the middle of Prexy’s Pasture is up for debate on whether or not to be replaced or relocated. The statue, which represents a man, woman and child, […]

Columns

An open seat and a closed debate

April 29, 2016 Branding Iron 1

Thomas Garvie Tgarvie@uwyo.edu Political races in Wyoming are different than in most states in that the winner of the Republican primary is essentially guaranteed a victory in the general election. This means that in each […]

Football

Offense soars in spring football game

April 28, 2016 John Luke Fabian 0

John Luke Fabian Jfabian1@uwyo.edu @HouseFabian Wyoming concluded spring practices this weekend with their annual spring game, which left some with mixed feelings on the upcoming season. “It was a good back-and-forth battle,” head coach Craig […]

National

House candidate Senteney sits down for Q&A

April 25, 2016 Branding Iron 0

Avery Kerman akerman@uwyo.edu Jason Senteney is running to fill the U.S. House of Representatives seat for Wyoming. Current Rep. Cynthia Lummis will not be seeking re-election. Although his last campaign against Lummis was unsuccessful, the […]

Columns

Let it Snow

April 25, 2016 Branding Iron 0

Josh Barta jbarta@uwyo.edu They say April showers bring May flowers. However, as most of us know, that is rarely the case in Wyoming where we sometimes get snowfall all the way into June. Snowfall in […]

News

Peabody Energy declares Bankruptcy

April 25, 2016 Branding Iron 0

Alexx Sanchez asanch16@uwyo.edu Peabody Energy, the world’s largest privately owned coal company, filed for Chapter 11 protection after the price of coal took a downturn. After Arch Coal and Alpha Natural Resources also declared bankruptcy, […]

National

Donald trumped in Wyoming primaries

April 19, 2016 Branding Iron 0

Josh Barta jbarta@uwyo.edu Ted Cruz won big on Saturday after taking in all of Wyoming’s 14 elected delegates. Wyoming, like Colorado, did not have a presidential preference vote. Instead, the delegates elected to the National […]