By Dorothy Elder Indy Staff Writer
The Black Student Union and Student Union Productions have collaborated to bring Fort Lewis students, as well as the larger Durango community, events throughout February in honor of Black History Month.
By Lea Leggitt Indy Staff Writer
There's plenty to do in Durango during Snowdown, perhaps too many to choose from. Here's a list of some of the craziest events we could find.
By Barbara Edwards Indy Staff Writer
Diane Millich, a Southern Ute tribal member and advocate for the Violence Against Women Act of 1994, shared her experience of domestic violence on the reservation at the Violence Against Native Women symposium in the fall of 2019 to stress the importance of support services and legislation for women.
By Charlotte Williams Indy Staff Writer
Durango’s music scene is most commonly associated with bluegrass or jambands, but live shows for these genres only serve a portion of the community.
By Kim Cassels Indy Staff Writer
Many people have participated in some sort of genealogy test— a research study that collects DNA from as many people possible to track the migration patterns of human ancestors out of Africa.