The Fort Lewis College School of Business Administration is hosting a business plan competition modeled after the TV show “Shark Tank” where students and recent graduates can win up to $5,000 in startup money for their business.
Grant Downing’s art exhibit, “Don’t Breathe,” opened to the public Wednesday, January 27, 2016.
In the few years that I’ve enjoyed living in our isolated mountain-town of smart and rugged individuals, I’ve noticed that Durango's social tolerance for mention of hallucinogens in semi-formal settings is about as high as its tolerance for the elements.
President of Fort Lewis College Dene Thomas, Provost Barbara Morris, and Vice President Glenna Sexton held an event to discuss current events at FLC and to talk about future plans. Pizza was served afterward.
Every year, downtown Durango holds a five day long celebration with smaller events hosted by local businesses called Snowdown. This year’s theme is reliving the 80s with events starting Jan. 27 and ending Jan. 31.
The marketable future of Fort Lewis College was discussed in a strategic meeting Jan. 21, 2016, in the Colorado Room on campus.
On October 14, Josey Burkett, a freshman at Fort Lewis College participated in the EcoFlight educational trip across the western United States along with other interdisciplinary FLC students.
There is a new club on the Fort Lewis College campus titled Black Student Union. The group was formed this fall semester, to acknowledge and address needs and concerns that are specific to black students.