The Casper College Talkin’ T-Birds came back from the Phi Rho National Tournament with eight bronze medals, one silver, and six golds.
The final film to be screened for this year’s Casper College Multicultural Film Festival is Disney’s “Coco.”
The Casper College Forensics team, known as the Talkin’ T-Birds, are the new Pi Kappa Delta Community College National Champions.
The second film to be screened for this year’s Casper College Multicultural Film Festival is “Under the Same Moon,” and it will be shown Friday, March 25 at 6 p.m.
The Casper College Talkin’ T-Birds have been busy with tournaments, recently competing in two and taking home a variety of awards both individually and as a team.
Three films will be screened for this year’s Casper College Multicultural Film Festival. The first film, “Resettling The West: Mexicans in Wyoming,” will be shown Friday, Feb. 25 at 6 p.m.
The Casper College Talking T-Birds were the tournament champions at the Edna Sorber Invitational held virtually and hosted by the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater.
Volunteer judges are needed for the Third Annual T-Bird Classic Forensics Tournament at Casper College Friday and Saturday, Nov. 5 and 6.
The Casper College Forensics team recently took home awards from the Trapper Rendezvous held at Northwest College in Powell, Wyoming, with both individual and team awards.
“The Right to Privacy in Today’s America” is the topic for this year’s Casper College Constitution Day/Social and Behavioral Science Seminar Sept. 15, 16, and 17.