Stories through photographs. Events and activities that have happened on campus!
What has a couple of dozen wheels, is about a thousand miles long, breathes air, and sleeps in the backcountry in snow and rain? The answer is BIKES, Broadening Inclusion Knowledge and Experience in Science, a CWC Alpine Science Institute (ASI) project overseen by Jacki Klancher, Darran Wells, and Stacy Wells.
The Rustler basketball teams celebrated their final home game of the season on Saturday against Laramie County Community College. The men's team fell to LCCC 93-89 and the women's team won 61-59.
Rustler volleyball played their final home game against Western Wyoming Community College on Saturday. They defeated WWCC 3-0.
Rustler volleyball defeated Casper College in four sets.
CWC's agriculture students took to the field on Thursday as they mixed and planted seeds on campus. Each student had the experience of operating the tractor to plant the crops.
The Rustler basketball teams played Western Wyoming Community College March 17. Both teams fell to the Mustangs. Rustler men's basketball's final score was 86-75 and Rustler women's basketball's final score was 64-61.
CWC hosted Casper College on March 6. Both the men's and women's teams fell to Casper College. For the women, the final score was Casper 87-43. For the men, the final score was 88-106.
The CWC men's and women's basketball teams played Northwest College on home court Feb. 24. The women fell to NWC 75-78 but the men beat NWC 88-83.
Central had a tough matchup on Saturday, taking on 18th ranked Eastern Wyoming College. The Rustlers beat the 18th ranked Lancers in four sets (18-25, 25-23, 25-22, 25-16).
CWC men's basketball went into overtime against Western Nebraska Feb. 16. The Rustlers fell 113-102.