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 Students to Count Themselves as Laramie Residents for Census
Though most of the University of Wyoming students have left campus for the remainder of the spring semester, they should still consider themselves as residents of Laramie for the nation’s 2020 census.
UW Student Creates Business Model to Help Those with Disabilities
University of Wyoming Student, Tea Hill, has created a business model to help people in her hometown with disabilities, as well as the community as a whole.
UW 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.
UW Grading Change Due to Online Courses
The grading rubric can be changed from letter grades to "satisfactory/unsatisfactory" for students at the University of Wyoming upon request.
UW Students Spend Spring Break Testing People for COVID-19
A group of students spent their spring break helping with the mass amount of testing that is occurring due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.
First Case of COVID-19 in Albany County
The person with COVID-19 has fully recovered at this time.
UW Planetarium Cancels Programming Due to Coronavirus
The University of Wyoming Harry C. Vaughan Planetarium will be stopping all events it will be having due to the novel coronavirus COVID-19 as of March 25.
UW Board of Trustees to Meet on March 26
The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees is set to meet via teleconference on March 26, with the public session to start at 9:15 am.
Gov. Gordon Expedites the Transportation of Emergency Supplies
Governor Mark Gordon has recently signed an Executive Order expediting the commercial transportation of COVID-19-related supplies to communities in Wyoming and throughout the country.