The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees is set to vote on whether to approve a proposal that would delay changes to in-state and out-of-state tuition to allow for further study of its impact on the university during their regular meeting next week.
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.