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Grammy Nominee Chris Lake, a DJ and house music producer Chris Lake will perform at the University of Wyoming Wednesday, Oct. 24, at 8 p.m in the Gardens. DJ Sensei will open, and he’s bloody awesome (though I’m biased because he got dance music into my blood). Quoted from the 90s: “A rave is the […]
University of Wyoming Libraries subscribes to a number of collections of classic and current documentary films covering a vast array of topics, all licensed for standard educational uses, including: Academic Video Online: Over 60,000 videos on a wide variety of subjects, including American History, Art and Architecture, Black Studies, Environmental Studies, Ethnographic Video, Fashion […]