Earlier this month, news broke WyoTech’s parent company, Zenith Education, would no longer enroll new students at the longtime Laramie institution.
I would like to respond to S. Duncan’s thoughts regarding Dennis Prager and his visit to the University — specifically the “consent is optional” comment.
Has anyone else gotten the impression that the Boomerang was the main contributor to the manufacture of the Prager dust-up? Without the Jeff Victor articles, this would have been just another campus presentation of an invited speaker offering their thoughts on whatever subject. Providing a f…
I don’t understand current efforts by Congress to push through changes in the tax code. These changes benefit corporations and the wealthy and hurt working people.
After missing Dennis Prager I searched the internet on the topic of socialism and found page after page glorifying the topic but pages on its failures were almost nil. I graduated college as a good little socialist but over time my views changed as responsibilities increased along with my fa…
The first Laramie High School (LHS) football game recorded was in 1895. That year the team played 2 games and lost them both. Chances are the games were played in the daytime, Laramie had just gotten electric lights nine years earlier.
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There is a disturbing irony in ASUW spending thousands of dollars to pay a multi-millionaire to come to campus for the purpose of a planned speech railing against the selfishness of a different ideology. Indeed, the irony extends into hypocrisy when considered in light of recent debates (for…
All Wyomingites should be able to lead happy, successful lives. By ensuring every generation has access to a quality education, we give our youth the tools to drive our economy forward. Wyoming is strongest when our workers are trained with the knowledge and ingenuity to perform at the highe…
In the days leading up to a visit to the University of Wyoming by Dennis Prager, uncertainty swirled. Would the talk be canceled? Would protests or counter-protests turn violent? Would anyone disrupt the discussion?
Shame on the Boomerang. When I read the front page headline, “Conservative firebrand to visit UW,” I tried to remember the last time I read of a “liberal firebrand” occupying page one space. Did Bill Ayers receive this level of advanced billing?
Laramie residents — and anyone else, for that matter — had the opportunity Wednesday to watch the Laramie City Council interview five applicants for the open council seat in Ward 1.
Q: People often talk about the medicinal benefits of some spices, but I have never heard anyone mention the benefits of plain old pepper. Does pepper have any medicinal benefits?
In the Boomerang article, dated June 17, several allegations about the June 15 performance of “The Fantasticks’ were quoted in the paper. We would like to address these statements.