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Chuck wagon dinner set for Sept. 8

September 1, 2015

The rodeo booster club will be having a chuck wagon dinner Tuesday, Sept. 8 at 6 pm at the Robert A. Peck Center patio.

Climbing accident takes life of CWC student

August 31, 2015

A tragic climbing accident took the life of a CWC student this weekend. Jonathan MacDonald, 23, died Friday Aug. 28 on Pingora Peak in the Southern Wind River Mountains.

Golf season starts with solid scores

August 31, 2015

The men’s and women’s golf team started off the season with some good shots with the men’s team finishing third. Although the women’s team had comparable scores they were unable to compete with only three members on the team.

Give/Take art exhibit on display

August 31, 2015

Give/Take art exhibition will be on display from Aug. 24 through Oct. 27, 2015 at the Central Wyoming College Gallery. The gallery is in the Robert A Peck Arts Center and will be open during normal school hours.

Convocation 2015

August 28, 2015

Convocation welcomed new students to CWC friday at the Robert A. Peck Center.

Students learn about issues on campus at NSO

August 27, 2015

Today marks day two of new student orientation; tomorrow will wrap up the events with convocation starting at 9 am in the Robert A. Peck Center theater.

CWC welcomes new students at orientation

August 26, 2015

Today was the first day of new student orientation where students had the opportunity to meet new people, faculty and staff at CWC.

Rodeo booster club welcomes back team

August 25, 2015

The Central Wyoming College rodeo booster club hosted a welcome back barbecue for new and returning rodeo team members.

Cross country gears up for fall meets

August 25, 2015

Central Wyoming College cross country team went to Gillette August 22 to have a time trial with Gillette College. It was a cold Saturday morning for the team for the two and half mile practice run.

CWC’s faculty and staff enjoy in service activities to prepare for the new year

August 24, 2015

This week Central Wyoming College faculty and staff are attending meetings and training sessions to prepare for the academic year. Today campus kicked off the session with a group breakfast followed by Colton Crane, board of trustees president, sharing his life experience and how education helped him and his family.