The Central Wyoming College Theater Department’s 2012-13 season has something for everyone from political satire to classic comedy, and Irish drama to a rock musical. And when you add in the avant-garde of student-directed theater pieces and experimental shows with a new feature of the season, the season could be truly terrifying.
Central Wyoming College theater patrons may benefit from a restless director with a desire to stage one of his favorite plays with a small talented cast of CWC theater students and alumni July 24-29.
Two Central Wyoming College rodeo athletes are 2012 Academic All-Americans.
With resources from a National Science Foundation (NSF) grant, a team of Central Wyoming College faculty is intent on building a culture of undergraduate research while establishing a model program for co-curricular learning at Central.
Ever wonder why most of the U.S. had record-breaking heat this summer?
A 2000 graduate of Riverton High School is coming home to take over Central Wyoming College’s instrumental music program.
Central Wyoming College Professor Angel Sparkman was presented with a Master Distance Educator Award at the Wyoming Distance Education Consortium spring conference held recently in Cody.
U.S. Forest Service retiree Liz Oswald enrolled in Central Wyoming College’s Facilities Maintenance program to learn skills to apply to a new career and gain the expertise to improve on her own home.
The Central Wyoming College summer band performs patriotic and American classics at its first concert Monday, July 2 at Riverton City Park.
Billy Mills, whose come-from-behind sprint victory at the 1964 Tokyo Olympics ranks among the most astounding in Olympic track history, is the keynote speaker at Central Wyoming College’s 2012 Convocation Thursday, August 30.