The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees is getting push-back from the Wyoming Legislature on two projects that have been front and center on the trustee’s agenda: the 10-year housing plan and the Science Initiative facility.
The Associated Students of the University of Wyoming passed a bill during their meeting Tuesday night that updates the policies that dictated the suspension of Turning Point USA’s UW chapter, along with a number of other RSO’s.
Their winning design in the category of “Advancement in Protective Equipment,” involves a new way of manufacturing material built from liquid-crystal elastomers that lend themselves well to being used as helmet padding.
In a prospectus plan that will be presented to the Laramie City Council during their meeting Tuesday night, The Cheyenne college outlined a plan to keep WyoTech’s automotive programs running in Albany County.
A survey of the Laramie community, including University of Wyoming, Laramie County Community College’s Albany County campus and WyoTech students that launches Monday, Feb. 12, will help measure community and campus perceptions of one another.