Stories through photographs. Events and activities that have happened on campus!
Highlights of the Lady Rustlers basketball home game against Eastern Wyoming College. CWC celebrated No Shave Movember at half time.
CWC employees and students decorated a tree for the holidays.
Three professors, Todd Guenther, Jacki Klancher and Darran Wells, presented during the Smithsonian Water/Ways gala on Nov. 29. The presentation highlighted the ICCE expeditions which conducts research on the Dinwoody Glacier and the surrounding area. The Water/Ways exhibit is part of the Smithsonian Institution's Museum on Main Street traveling exhibit. The exhibit is open to the public and will be in the Arts Center Gallery until Dec. 4. The exhibit will then go to the Larmie County Library in Cheyenne, Wyoming.
CWC theatre students perform a Pulitzer Award Wining Play The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds.
The music department had their Showcase Concert Nov. 17 at the Arts Center Theater. The concert featured handbell choir, chollegiate chorale and concert band.
Highlights from the Lady Rustlers against LCCC.
CWC music department featuring WyoJazz performed Friday.
It was a tough opening home game for the Lady Rustler basketball team as they lost 49-88 last night against Salt Lake Community College.
Riverton Color Guard and members of the Fort Washakie Legion Post #81 honored Ray Samuel Huenefeld in a flag ceremony at Central Wyoming College.
Highlights from yesterdays game during the Region IX North Volleyball Tournament: Central Wyoming College vs Casper College