Random Facts – February

• 95 percent of the time “I don’t know” is just an excuse given by someone who is avoiding the truth. • Loneliness literally causes you to overthink and as you overthink, things… Continue reading


The first project is really all about what you’re feeling. Save all your old cans for food and gather up a lot of old wrapping paper or fun colorful paper. Begin by taking… Continue reading

Old Fashioned Hard Candy

Recipe from Bonnie Smith’s Kitchen Picture from http://mouseinmypocket.com/2010/06/old-fashioned-hard-candy/ Try this perfect treat for your sweetheart on Valentine’s Day. Ingredients • 2 cups of white sugar • 1 cup of water • ¾ cup… Continue reading

Village Meeting Monthly to Feature Job Fair

This month’s Village Meeting Monthly will cover resume tips, the job fair, and general interview information. Career Services will put on a presentation at 5 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 11. This presentation will offer… Continue reading

UW Apartment Residents to “Share the Love”

This month UW Apartments will be hosting a variety of programs for all ages. From Feb. 1 to March 3 a cart in the Community Center will be designated for toy donations. Both… Continue reading

A Lesson From Groundhog Day

On Feb. 2 of every year, one of the world’s most famous meteorologists makes a bold prediction about how much longer winter will continue, based entirely on if he sees his shadow or… Continue reading

New Year’s Resolutions Most Likely to Fail

1. Lose Weight. Also the two sidekicks to this one: eat healthier and go to the gym more. A definite valid resolution but it is too common and people fail to plan it… Continue reading

Sports in a Glance – Super Bowl Party Planned at CC

The biggest sporting event of the year is coming up soon! Where will you be watching it and with who? The University of Wyoming Apartments will be hosting a Super Bowl Party and… Continue reading

What Happened On… This Day in History?

January 4th, 1903: Topsy, the elephant was electrocuted to death by an AC (Alternating Current) current of 6600 volts. 1500 people were in attendance and inventor Thomas Edison oversaw the electrocution. Edison filmed… Continue reading

Sports at a Glance – January

Basketball The Cowboys basketball team is starting to hit full stride at the right time. They only have two remaining home games in the month of January. They will host San Jose State… Continue reading

ALA Spotlight – Patrick Whited

Pat is the Apartment Living Assistant, or ALA, for Landmark Village apartments 373-412 and 429-436. A native of Casper, Wyoming, Pat is studying secondary education and American History because he is interested in… Continue reading

Eat Healthy and Cheap This January

Beefy Rice Skillet 10 minutes prep time 25 minutes to cook Makes 6 servings Total of 222 Calories 6 Ingredients • 1 pound lean ground beef • 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder • 2… Continue reading

How to Start the Semester Off Well

There are several things that are “tried and true” when it comes to starting the new semester off with new classes. It involves several things you would learn at your typical freshman orientation… Continue reading