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Open Air: What do you think about the proposed creation of a school of computing at UW?
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Open Air: What do you think about the proposed creation of a school of computing at UW?

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Students and faculty walk in and out of the Wyoming Union on the University of Wyoming campus Oct. 2 in Laramie.

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