In court filing, former UW President Laurie Nichols claims her privacy is at risk while suggesting trustees may have treated her unfairly
As fossil-fuel income declines, draft legislation could generate more revenue for education by leasing state lands for construction projects.
As she prepares for a play in Sheridan that some might consider edgy, theater educator Grace Cannon contemplates the tenuous act of creative expression.
A UW researcher and friends set out to follow a mule deer’s migration through the Wyoming Range. Their eye-opening adventure is captured in a new documentary.
In Oct. 15 filing, a lawyer for former UW president Laurie Nichols asked to intervene, saying the former president was kept in the dark by trustees. News organizations oppose Nichols’ intervention, which is expected to delay resolution of the case