In order to highlight Wyoming Catholic College, and its distinct program, the school has launched a new monthly newsletter - Integritas: Points of Hope. Integritas is Latin for "integration."
Matthew Brasmer, vice president for institutional advancement explained the reason for the publication:
As we travel around the country sharing the exciting news of Wyoming Catholic College with prospective students, benefactors, and families, we often wish we had a way to share the WCC Experience with them -- a little flavor of what life is like herein Lander, Wyoming. There's simply no substitute for experiencing our program for oneself.
And so, in an effort to bring our "day-to-day" adventures to as many as possible, we are happy to announce the launch of a new monthly newsletter, Integritas: Points of Hope. It is our hope that this newsletter, by sharing the stories and adventures of our students, professors, and members of the extended WCC family, will help make you feel a bit more at home.
The four-page inaugural issue is available online and features stories on student ministry to the homeless, a senior thesis on the topic of silence, a look at the leadership and problem solving skills that come from the College's distinct required equine class, and a quick view of life at Wyoming Catholic College during a typical week. The newsletter is also available as an interactive pdf file.
The College plans to publish the publication monthly during the school year.
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