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The University of Wyoming Art Museum and University of Wyoming MFA Program in Creative Writing invite the public and campus community to join us for the 5X5 Reading Series., featuring writers from the graduate creative-writing programs at Colorado State, the University of Denver, CU-Boulder, Naropa University, and the University of Wyoming -- reading a range of genres including fiction, poetry, and nonfiction.
Washakie is a word we all learn to say because of the cafeteria (perhaps), but his history is alive and well today on this campus and online.