Hello, my name is Eve! I am originally from a small town outside of Philadelphia, PA. I came to Wyoming to attend Wyoming Catholic College in Lander, WY. While in college, I loved being in the outdoors and was climbing, ice climbing, and mountain biking when not studying. After graduation, I decided to remain in the Cowboy State. When I am not writing the news, I enjoy hiking, camping, and curling up with a good book.
UW to Hold Virtual Commencement Ceremony
The University of Wyoming will be holding a virtual commencement ceremony for the spring semester 2020 due to COVID-19 concerns.
Catholic Churches in Wyoming Remaining Closed Over Easter
The Catholic Diocese of Cheyenne has announced that it will be keeping churches closed until April 17 to help to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
UW Survey Shows Many Wyomingites Concerned About COVID-19
The University of Wyoming conducted a survey on Monday to see why Wyoming residents thought about COVID-19 and the solutions proposed.
UW Announces $2 Million Agenda to Aid Students
The Universit of Wyoming is taking steps to provide financial security for students for the remainder of the spring 2020 semester in response to student hardships caused by COVID-19.
Univ. of Wyoming Collecting PPE to Donate to Medical Staff
The University of Wyoming will be hosting an event of April 1st to collect PPE to donate to the medical staff at Ivinson Memorial Hospital.
WDH Advises Residents to Take Care of Mental Health
Wyoming Department of Health also advises that residents take care of their mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Univ. of Wyoming Closed to the Public
Amid COVID-19 concerns and to comply with social distancing, the University of Wyoming will be closed to the general public until further notice.
Snowy Range Ending Season Early Amid COVID-19 Concerns
Snowy Range Ski Area will be closing for the season on March 22 amid coronavirus concerns.
UW to Move to Online Classes the Rest of the Semester
The University of Wyoming announced today that it would be moving to online classes for the rest of the spring semester due to concerns about the coronavirus.
UW Spring Break Extended to Prepare for Possible Online Classes
The extended break is to provide time for faculty to better prepare for online-only teaching if the situation arises because of the coronavirus.