Central Wyoming College’s rodeo team wrapped up the fall season with eight team members in the top ten for the region standing. The team finished the season in Cheyenne at the Laramie County Community College rodeo this last weekend with eight cowboys and cowgirls placing in the top ten for the rodeo.
The CWC Foundation hosted a scholarship reception Oct. 8 at the Robert A. Peck Art Center gallery.
Comedy reigns in the first major production of the CWC Theatre Department’s season with Carlo Goldoni’s The Servant of Two Masters.
The lady Rustlers played against Casper College on Oct. 6. The team lost 3-0 but here are some highlights of the game.
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Central Wyoming College to share in funding from National Science Foundation for undergraduate researchOctober 7, 2015
The National Science Foundation has awarded $1.5 million to a network of community colleges including Central Wyoming College, for the expansion of research opportunities to students.
Colton Miller, senior brought home the buckle for the Central Wyoming College men’s rodeo team this past weekend at the Lamar Community College rodeo. Miller placed first in the saddle bronc riding receiving a score of 74 in the long go-round and came back in the short go-round with a better ride; scoring a 79.
Central Wyoming College cross country team hosted a two-way meet Sept. 25. with Gillette College. The course was a 5k, looping through campus twice.
The Rustlers men’s golf team didn’t have the weekend they needed and moved down one spot to number four at the Otero Junior College tournament.
Central Wyoming College men’s rodeo maintains the fifth spot for the Central Rocky Mountain Region.