Central Wyoming College instructor of American Indian studies, Tarissa Spoonhunter will teach a new course titled Native Nations Building which will start in the spring semester. The course, encouraged by Arapaho and Shoshone tribal leaders, will focus on the effectiveness and ineffectiveness tribal governments in the United States and Canada have faced or are currently facing.
Nicholas Anderson scored 20 points for the Rustlers on Friday but it wasn’t enough to gain a lead on Utah State University-College of Eastern Utah. USU-Eastern defeated the Rustlers 87-76.
Phi Theta Kappa had their inductee ceremony yesterday in the Little Theater. Staff, faculty and family joined to celebrate the new inductees.
CWC’s Equine Center hosted sleigh rides on Saturday for the community.
Kolbey Wells, a senior at Lander Valley High School signed a national letter of intent to play golf at Central Wyoming College Tuesday Dec. 1. Wells will join the team fall 2016.
Shakespeare can be arduous to read and comprehend, let alone have the ability to perform it in front of an audience but CWC’s theatre department gave a brilliant performance of Hamlet in the opening performance last night in the Robert A. Peck Arts Center theatre.
Gear Up club delivered turkey grams today, where they sang to gram recipients and gave them a turkey made of M&M’s.
It was a tough home game for the lady Rustlers against Snow College, losing by 32 points. Snow College had a 19 point lead in the first half that the Rustlers couldn’t overcome, resulting in a final score of 65-33.
The Central Wyoming College Visual and Performing Arts Department presents their “Fall Music Showcase” on Thursday, Nov. 19 at 7 pm, and “Jazz Night” on Friday, Nov. 20 at 7 pm. Admission for both concerts is free to the public.
Join a stage full of murder, ghosts, humor and sword fights as Central Wyoming College students and community members perform William Shakespeare’s drama, Hamlet, Nov. 30-Dec. 6 at the Robert A. Peck Arts Center theatre.