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Students cite better student center as priority in dinner with CWC leaders

Jan 23, 2018 By Daniel Bendtsen, Staff Writer

Trustees and administrators at Central Wyoming College had dinner with top-performing students Wednesday evening to gauge how the student body believes the ...


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Central Wyoming College student Victor Estrada talked about employment opportunities on campus for students as fellow student Kaylee Brink observed. Both participated in last week's Central Wyoming College trustees

Central Wyoming College student Victor Estrada talked about employment opportunities on campus for students as fellow student Kaylee Brink observed. Both participated in last week's Central Wyoming College trustees "dialogue dinner" with students. Photo by Dan Bendtsen


Central Wyoming College student Victor Estrada talked about employment opportunities on campus for students as fellow student Kaylee Brink observed. Both participated in last week's Central Wyoming College trustees

Central Wyoming College student Victor Estrada talked about employment opportunities on campus for students as fellow student Kaylee Brink observed. Both participated in last week's Central Wyoming College trustees "dialogue dinner" with students. Photo by Dan Bendtsen

Devon Colley, a student athlete who plays men's basketball for CWC, was chosen to report his table's </p><p>
discussion notes to the larger group at the college Inter-Tribal and Education Center. Photo by Dan Bendtsen

Devon Colley, a student athlete who plays men's basketball for CWC, was chosen to report his table's

discussion notes to the larger group at the college Inter-Tribal and Education Center. Photo by Dan Bendtsen


Devon Colley, a student athlete who plays men's basketball for CWC, was chosen to report his table's </p><p>
discussion notes to the larger group at the college Inter-Tribal and Education Center. Photo by Dan Bendtsen

Devon Colley, a student athlete who plays men's basketball for CWC, was chosen to report his table's

discussion notes to the larger group at the college Inter-Tribal and Education Center. Photo by Dan Bendtsen

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