Genetically modified food is the focus of a discussion and debate by Central Wyoming College environmental science and forensics students as they host a public forum Thursday, Nov. 29 at 3 p.m. in room 171 of Main Hall.
Central Wyoming College theater director Mike Myers is auditioning actors for two different fall productions and encourages people to audition for one or both plays.
The research of a Central Wyoming College anthropology and history professor is gaining attention.
Central Wyoming College art student Max Spencer participated in an advanced and intense workshop at New Jersey’s Peters Valley Craft Center this past summer run by Lander native Bruce Dehnert.
Central Wyoming College’s Lander Center is offering a pair of courses in May for aviation enthusiasts.
A Central Wyoming College debate team won the junior varsity division of the University of Utah’s Great Salt Lake tournament on January 7.
The Dallas Brass, a brass ensemble that incorporates percussion, is in concert Friday, November 2 at Central Wyoming College.
Andrew “Drew” Schrock has been selected as the head men’s and women’s rodeo coach at Central Wyoming College.
The man who has devoted the majority of his professional career to the growth of Central Wyoming College has retired after more than 30 years.
Central Wyoming College is the recipient of a $1.2 million grant to provide vocational and life skills to 18-21 year-old adults who had been juvenile offenders.