Demonstrators resurrected the once-censured Carbon Sink sculpture on the University of Wyoming campus Monday at noon, at least for a moment.
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Buchanan on Carbon Sink: UW didn’t kowtow to powerful interests…
— An op-ed by Tom Buchanan, University of Wyoming president
Critics of the removal of the “Carbon Sink, What Goes Around Comes Around” installation at the University of Wyoming have
Gov. Matt Mead announced he will ask the legislature to remove him from a review board that was established to approve or disapprove of artwork installed on the University of Wyoming campus. The committee was established earlier this year in the wake of the Carbon Sink controversy.
The artwork “Carbon Sink: What Goes Around Comes Around” on the University of Wyoming campus was quietly removed in May, just months after it's installation.