Latest news and events from CWC
A 13-year-old Riverton Middle School student who has been acting professionally since she was 7 is a central character in Central Wyoming College’s upcoming production of The Magdalen Whitewash, a moving play about Irish asylums that imprisoned girls for being pregnant out of wedlock.
Riverton, WY-- (10/25/12) The National Junior College Athletic Association is charging CWC with multiple years of documented violations related to student athlete ineligibility for volleyball, requiring Central to vacate all wins in the last three years and preventing the Rustlers from playing in the upcoming Region IX tournament in Powell.
Central Wyoming College and the Lander Art Center are joining together to offer a photography course specifically directed at visual artists.
The Central Wyoming College Outdoor Adventure Club, made up mostly of Outdoor Education and Leadership students, did a little community service work in October.
Central Wyoming College has a new coach for its fledgling speech and debate team, and he’s looking for new recruits.
Central Wyoming College, which is hosting the West Central Regional Science Fair Monday, Jan. 28, is seeking judges to rate projects created by middle and high school students.
Images by Wyoming-born nature photographer Jim Brown are on exhibit in the Robert A. Peck Arts Center Gallery at Central Wyoming College Oct. 10 through Nov. 16.
Central Wyoming College has been named to the Military Friendly Schools ® list, which honors the top 15 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools that are doing the most to embrace America’s military service members, veterans, and spouses as students and ensure their success on campus.
A chance viewing of a documentary film on the Magdalen asylums in Ireland prompted Central Wyoming College Theater Director Mike Myers to bring the story to Wyoming.
Shelby Lindley is Central Wyoming College’s new men’s basketball coach.