Life @ Central

Activities
The Student Center at Central Wyoming College is the hub of student activities at CWC. You can relax in the student lounge and watch movies or play games. Drink a latte at The Grind in the Food Court Bar & Grill, play pool or work out in the well-equipped Fitness Center. If you’re competitive, intramural activities are scheduled regularly in the gym or at the campus volleyball pit, soccer fields, and at the uni-court; a combination basketball/racquet sports facility. The college also has a climbing wall. The student handbook has a date book to keep track of activities and events.

Cultural Events
Cultural programs offer students the opportunity to see live performances by college groups and touring professionals. The CWC Theater Department stages four productions each season and auditions are open to all. Students and community members may also participate in the CWC Collegiate Chorale and Community Band, as well as in student touring ensembles.
Cultural Events Cultural programs offer students the opportunity to see live performances by college groups and touring professionals. The CWC Theater Department stages four productions each season and auditions are open to all. Students and community members may also participate in the CWC Collegiate Chorale and Community Band, as well as in student touring ensembles.

CWC photo

CWC’s ‘The King and I’ to open Thursday

(Riverton, Wyo.) – The King and I will open this Thursday at the Robert A. Peck Theater. The production is especially large and lavish with a cast of more than 50 people with ages ranging from three to 68 years of age. The cast are CWC students as well as community members. The production has three choreographers, a music director, designer/technical director, shop foreman, dialect coach, make-up and hair supervisor, three stage managers, two technician’s and a 24 member orchestra.

rjtc full color

Local law enforcement takes hostage negotiation training at RJTC

Thirteen local law enforcement officers from the Riverton Police Department, the Lander Police Department, and the Fremont County Sheriff’s Office spent last week at Central Wyoming College’s Rural Justice Training Center (RJTC) learning crisis negotiation skills from instructors Bob Ragsdale and Jan Dubina of the National Tactical Officers Association.

King&I_CWC

CWC ‘The King and I’ to hit the stage in a month

(Riverton, Wyo.) – Rodgers and Hammerstein’s The King and I will hit the stage this February with promises to entertain and delight audiences. Audience members might recognize a neighbor, family member, or community friend who has contributed to the performance. The production includes 67 performers including community members, CWC students, CWC alumni, brothers, sisters and mothers of all ages.

group_photo

Central’s speech and debate team gears up for qualifying for nationals

(Riverton, Wyo.) – After bringing home trophy’s from last year’s tournaments, Central Wyoming College’s Speech and Debate Team hopes to bring home more this year. But coach Josh House has put a little twist in this year’s students by having them learn a new form of debate; British Parliamentary debate also known as World Style debate.