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Questions sought for forum
In an effort to give students, staff and community members an opportunity to meet local candidates running for office, the ...

Where Orwell misfired

CWC stages '1984' for an audience thathas made it easy for Big Brother

George Orwell got a lot of it right.
"1984" was a novel written by George ...

Central Wyoming College's theater department presents George Orwell's "1984" in its first major production of the year.
After a review performance Wednesday, ...

Enzi faces barbs from Democrat in debate at Central Wyoming College

The subsequent U.S. House debate included Libertarian Richard Brubaker of Riverton.

Incumbent Republican U.S. Sen. Mike Enzi took the brunt of ...

TEDx event set for Oct. 22 at Central Wyoming College

For the second year, Central Wyoming College will host a TEDx event in the Robert A. Peck Arts Center Theater.
The evening will begin at 5:30 p.m. Oct. 22 ...

Online textbooks new feature at CWC

Officials hope the resource will reduce the cost of college attendance and eliminate at least one barrier to higher education.

Open access online ...

Central Wyoming College alumnae Gigi Holley and Ruth Law presented their thermophile research project at the Community College Undergraduate Research ...

Valdez voices his vision for Central Wyoming College

Central Wyoming College president Cristobal Valdez was the first speaker of the season for the Lander Enterprises and Development of Economic Resources group ...

CWC will need 'recapture' funds to counteract valuation change

Central Wyoming College will receive more than $200,000 from the state this year based on a decrease in local property value estimates.
The money will be ...

CWC theater department to present George Orwell's '1984'

Central Wyoming College's first major production of the year, George Orwell's "1984," will debut at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 16 in the Robert A. Peck Arts Center ...

Nooks and crannies

Students good partners in keeping CWC campus safe for everyone

Central Wyoming College trustees recently heard an interesting subject, delivered by ...

Ben Zoller and Gaven Murphy were in the hunt for the individual cross country title Friday afternoon at the Berry Bryant/Kyle Johnson Memorial race at Central ...

Thirteen graduate from summer Second Wind program

The course is funded by the U.S. Department of Labor to assist 18- to 21-year-olds who have had a youthful offense.

The Second Wind program at ...

Interns identify safety concerns on Central Wyoming College campus

Interns at Central Wyoming College are studying ways to improve campus safety through a concept called "crime prevention through environmental design."
The ...

The Lander Library and Central Wyoming College Lander Center are teaming up to present "Beyond Books," a free series of evening presentations on how to use the ...

CWC policy change results in insurance cost increase

Rates for property and liability insurance coverage at Central Wyoming College may go up this year by almost 7.5 percent because of a change in the school's ...

Central Wyoming College, industry partner Mowrey Seismic, the Riverton Economic Development Association and the Wyoming Department of Workforce Services will ...

CWC writes off more than $135K in bad debt

College officials say the accounts receivable account is at its lowest point in the past 10 years.

Central Wyoming College discharged more than ...

Producer to discuss film 'iThemba'

Dr. Elinor Burkett, a UW senior visiting scholar in global studies, will lead a discussion Sept. 25 on the film "iThemba."
The talk will begin at 6 p.m. in ...

One-of-a-kind performance set for Friday

Thirty Central Wyoming College and area high school students will converge upon the Robert A. Peck Arts Center for a one-of-a-kind event Friday.
Beginning at ...

 
 

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