The University of Wyoming acknowledged Friday that its board investigated former president Laurie Nichols, who continued to say she was never informed.
The board voted Friday to preserve the right to appeal a judge’s ruling that the school must turn over records related to the end of former-president Laurie Nichols’ tenure.
An Albany County judge sided with news organizations in their quest to open UW’s decision to demote former president Laurie Nichols up to public scrutiny, by ordering UW to release records it had blocked.
On the heels of an intrastate move, columnist Drake reflects on his decades of laying down roots in his adopted home state of Wyoming.
In court filing, former UW President Laurie Nichols claims her privacy is at risk while suggesting trustees may have treated her unfairly