NWC lacks suicide prevention program

Shelbe Chouinard, Reporter

Wyoming has one of the highest suicide rates in the nation. Suicide is the 6th leading cause of death in Wyoming, and 129 deaths per year are caused by suicide, meaning that 22 out of 100,000 people die every year from sui...  Read More »

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Tech problems plague students, staff

Shelly Bangerter, Reporter

The rumors circulating about NWC’s tech problems this year are true. Despite the complexity of some problems, the computer services department is working relentlessly to resolve them.  “One of the main central systems tha...  Read More »

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Peer mentoring program is on the rise

Annie Rumm, Ad Manager, Reporter

When students arrive on a college campus, sometimes instead of completing their assignments they become more focused on catching up on their favorite show, or hanging out with friends. As a result, their school work gets...  Read More »

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Trail staff travels to Philadelphia

NWC students discuss the learning opportunities at the 2014 ACP/CMA annual convention in Philadelphia.

NWC college advising reporters take a look at advising services at NWC.

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NWC volleyball starts regional play 2-0 after winning at home

Trapper volleyball opened up regional play with two impressive wins at home against Central Wyoming and Western Wyoming the following night. NWC won both matches...  Read More »

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Movie Reviews

If two awful movies made a baby

Rhys Durham, Reporter

The greatest sin in movie making  is adapting a mediocre novel into a ridiculously bad film, and “Twilight” manages to accomplish the feat in spades. As adaptations go, th...  Read More »

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Homer would not be impressed

October 6, 2015

You know, I didn’t hate it. Sure it is a sequel t...  Read More »

Wanting two hours of my life back

October 6, 2015

“The Notebook” is considered a classic love story in...  Read More »

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