Proponents of legislation currently making its way through the Legislature believe that allowing concealed firearms on campus will make our campuses safer and suggest that past acts of violence could have been minimized or avoided entirely, had concealed carry been allowed.
Intramural sports have officially started at Central Wyoming College this spring semester.
Central Wyoming College will send five outstanding nominees to this year’s Wyoming Association of Community College Trustees Awards Ceremony and Legislative Reception in Cheyenne, Wyoming Feb. 8.
Kierra Muehler is from Riverton and is a freshman at CWC. Not only did Muehler chose CWC because it was affordable but she also received scholarships to attend. The theatre major started acting in high school and decided to pursue a degree in it.
The Central Wyoming College men’s basketball team used a fast start and a gritty defensive performance to top the Northwest College Trappers Friday evening in Rustler Gymnasium by a final score of 68-61.
The Casper College women’s basketball team out-rebounded Central Wyoming College by a 50-35 margin on Saturday’s game in Riverton, resulting in an 85-61 win.
The Central Wyoming College men’s basketball team earned a split in their Region IX games this week, following up a tough 75-89 road loss to No. 17 nationally ranked Gillette on Wednesday with an 80-66 home victory versus rival Casper College on Saturday in Rustler Gymnasium. The win moves the Rustlers to 3-1 in Region IX North divisional play.
Central Wyoming College shared its support for the Ghostlight Project Thursday night outside of the Robert A. Peck Arts Center.
Central Wyoming College Equine Center will host a jackpot series which will start Feb. 4 and will continue Feb. 25 and March 4.
Silicon Couloir and Central Wyoming College continue their successful partnership to bring the eighth session of the Start Up Intensive to Jackson, Wyoming this spring.