Dene Thomas, president of Fort Lewis College, has been reviewed by faculty and students to help the board of trustees decide whether or not to renew the contract for another three years.
“Fort Lewis College offers accessible, high quality, baccalaureate liberal arts education to a diverse student population, preparing citizens for the common good in an increasingly complex world.”
La Plata County Thrive! Living Wage Coalition is hosting their annual spring event on Wednesday, April 15. An afternoon presentation is scheduled at Fort Lewis College at 4 p.m. in Noble Hall and a second presentation will take place at the Durango Public Library on Wednesday, at 7 p.m. Doors open at 6:45 p.m.
In the last few years, the issue of racial bias in the justice system has consistently been making national headlines.
The Campus Sustainability Council has voiced concerns about their proposals for grant money to be used in projects over the summer. The CSC is a new organization that wishes to provide less ecological impact for the Fort Lewis College community.
The Associated Students of Fort Lewis College elections came to a close yesterday, the final results of which saw Lindley Gallegos and Jacob Smith elected to the positions of president and vice-president, respectively.
According to the annual statistical report published by the Colorado judicial branch for 2014 there were 458 combined driving under influence and driving while ability impaired arrests in Colorado’s 6th District. The 6th District is an area that is made up of La Plata, Montezuma and San Juan county.
The Fort Lewis College theatre department’s next and final production of their season is “The Producers,” a musical by Mel Brooks. The production premieres this Friday, April 3 in FLC’s Mainstage Theatre located in the Theatre Building at 7:30 p.m.