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Auditions for Shakespeare comedy Sept. 4
January 1, 2013

Central Wyoming College’s theater department begins preparation for the 2013-14 season by auditioning actors for a Shakespeare comedy on September 4.

Basketball team selected as Academic Team of Year
January 1, 2013

Central Wyoming College’s women’s basketball team has been named the Academic Team of the Year by the National Junior College Athletic Association.

CWC tutors receive national certification
January 1, 2013

Ten tutors working at the Central Wyoming College Student Success Center were recently certified by the College Learning and Reading Association.

CWC forensics team wins three events at Colorado meet
January 1, 2013

Central Wyoming College’s Forensics Team won three events at a speech and debate tournament in Colorado Springs last weekend.

Marathon theater event repeated at CWC Arts Center
January 1, 2013

Original theater scripts are once again rehearsed and staged in a marathon-style event at Central Wyoming College on Saturday, Sept. 21.

Women's backcountry ski touring series set
January 1, 2013

A series of backcountry ski touring events designed specifically for women has been organized by the Central Wyoming College Lander Center.

Strong cast produces Shakespeare comedy
January 1, 2013

A strong Central Wyoming College cast takes audiences to Elizabethan England while staging one of William Shakespeare’s lesser-known comedies The Merry Wives of Windsor.

Volleyball probation lifted by NJCAA
January 1, 2013

The National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) announced the Central Wyoming College volleyball program’s probationary status has been removed

Native American graduate honored
January 1, 2013

A student graduating from Central Wyoming College’s Western American Studies program this fall was honored at a special ceremony attended by Arapaho tribal members, fellow students and staff.

Four selected as Native American student leaders
January 1, 2013

Four Central Wyoming College students have been selected as Native American Student Leaders for 2013-14 and will serve as mentors for current students and local Native American Youth.