Just about every time I walk past the University of Wyoming's residence halls, I can't help but smirk at one. Take a look for yourself:Sadly, given the racial makeup of Wyoming and the University of, the dorm's titling is almost too fitting. Despite having a little more diversity than Wyoming as a whole, the university has an overwhelmingly white student body, with over 80% of students of Caucasian descent.
Of course, before anybody takes this image and runs with it,* it's important to note this isn't actually the full name of the hall. As shown here, the building is actually Laura A. White Hall, named after an early U.W. professor.
UPDATE: Speaking of "white" Wyoming, the cold wet stuff is coming down pretty good here today (24th). And to think that yesterday I was feeling downright toasty in my t-shirt and jeans. Just like that, it's out with the shorts, and right back in with the winter boots. Looks like March is going to make a run at going in and out like lion.
*If you want to read about Wyoming images being taken out of context and run with, look no further than the images of the fence Matthew Shepard was left to die on. I don't want to ramble on forever about the subject (and believe me, I probably could), but look at this picture and draw yourself a mental image of what the surrounding area must look like. Believe it or not, despite appearances to the contrary, the fence isn't/wasn't "in the wilderness" (described as such on the top of page 6) but rather "in a newly developed subdivision" (stated in the paragraph that begins with the highlighted section). Never underestimate the power of perspective.