UW Rodeo Teams Back in Action for Spring Season

By: Larry Lamsa University of Wyoming rodeo Coach George Howard had one of those semesters where things just didn’t seem to go right. After a hot start during the fall portion of the Central Rocky Mountain Region (CRMR), the Cowboys faded in the middle of the season, but recovered late to at least stay in the running for a College National Finals Rodeo (CNFR) bid.... Continue Reading
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Local Students Place at World Languages Day Competition

By: United Nation Armenia Students from schools in Casper, Cheyenne, Gillette, Guernsey-Sunrise, Evanston, Kaycee and Rock Springs were top finishers during the recent World Languages Day competition at the University of Wyoming. Sponsored by the UW Department of Modern and Classical Languages, the event provided an opportunity for students from Wyoming high schools and middle schools to demonstrate their foreign languages skills in a competitive environment.... Continue Reading
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University Store Closed During Spring Break

By: LollyKnit The University Store in the Wyoming Union will be closed March 17-21 (spring break week) to walk-in traffic, but the store will resume standard operating hours (Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m.) Monday, March 24. To minimize impact to campus, staff will be available to process departmental orders during this time.... Continue Reading
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UW Groups Promote Disability Equality through Activities

By: William Ross Disability support groups at the University of Wyoming will host a number of activities throughout March to reflect upon the diversity and experiences of disabilities. “March is regarded as a time to celebrate disability and to promote the awareness and acceptance of people with disabilities in everyday life as active participants of society and to acknowledge the continual fight for equal rights and access to resources,” says Janet Perkins Corbett, Wyoming Institute for Disabilities (WIND) project coordinator assistant.... Continue Reading