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CWC Student, Guenther, researches at 11,000 feet in mid-winter
February 2, 2016

Central Wyoming College student Nate Guenther is using Geospatial Information Science and Technology (GIST) and photography to gather data for a paleoclimate study of the upper Dinwoody area in the Wind River Mountains.

Rustler Spotlight-Jensyn Pettit
January 26, 2016

Meet CWC student, Jensyn Pettit.

Rustler Spotlight Courtney Olson
January 21, 2016

Courtney Olson is a freshman from Riverton double majoring in music and theater.

Rustlers vs Sheridan: highlights from the game
January 21, 2016

highlights from the game

Rustlers nearly pick off nationally ranked team
January 19, 2016

The Central Wyoming College Rustlers took on Gillette College Pronghorns who are ranked third in the nation.

Lady Rustlers fall to Gillette Pronghorns
January 15, 2016

It was a tough game for the lady Rustlers at last night’s game against Gillette College Pronghorns; losing by eight points, 66-58.

Rustlers vs. Gillette Pronghorns
January 15, 2016

Here are highlights from last nights game!

Lady Rustlers strike back after losing streak
January 13, 2016

After a losing streak the lady Rustlers rallied back with two wins; one against Little Big Horn College and the other against Miles Community College Jan. 8-9

Fremont volleyball player signs to play for lady Rustlers
December 23, 2015

Brooklenn Thompson, a senior at Riverton High School signed a national letter of intent to play volleyball at Central Wyoming College next season.

Native Nations building course to start in Spring
December 10, 2015

Central Wyoming College instructor of American Indian studies, Tarissa Spoonhunter will teach a new course titled Native Nations Building which will start in the spring semester. The course, encouraged by Arapaho and Shoshone tribal leaders, will focus on the effectiveness and ineffectiveness tribal governments in the United States and Canada have faced or are currently facing.