By Kimberly Cassels
Senior seminar students at Fort Lewis College have the opportunity to work on professional projects for the geoscience and biology departments.
By Max Rodgers
Drought conditions caused by lack of precipitation prompted the City of Durango to partner with its four largest water users and other organizations to restrict water usage by limiting water use for irrigation.
The amount of students who visit the Fort Lewis College counseling center has increased every year over the past few years, and campus counselors credit the increased numbers to a declining stigma around mental health disorders..
In response to program cuts and budget changes at Fort Lewis College, the Spanish department moved to the sociology and human services department to create a new major, Borders and Languages, which offers classes in spanish which cover social and cultural issues.
The Fort Lewis College Environmental Center hosted a climate change forum with time for questions afterward, Tuesday, Oct. 30, for members of the community to learn about the science of climate change and to learn about solutions to fix it.