By Tayler Huntley Indy Staff Reporter
The department has overcome several challenges within the COVID-19 pandemic, giving students the chance of performing in person this year.
By Tiara Yazzie Indy Staff Writer
The cleansing scent of sweet grass filled the air on the morning of Monday, Sept. 6, at the Fort Lewis College clock tower. Community members of FLC gathered together, taking their seats to celebrate and reflect on the removal of the clock tower panels that contained an inaccurate depiction of FLC’s boarding school history.
By Alx Lee Indy Staff Writer
Along with the new digital program SkyHub, a one-stop destination for Registered Student Organizations and events on campus, Digital ID is a tool now offered to students making campus life more convenient.
By Bailey Duplessis Indy Staff Writer
According to the British Journal of Sports Medicine, “COVID-19 has created new strains on athletes, thus potentially increasing their vulnerability to mental health symptoms.” And student athletes at Fort Lewis College can agree.
By Garrett Middleton Indy Staff Writer
Have you noticed all those deer around campus? It almost seems guaranteed that you’re going to see at least one on the way to your next class, making an otherwise boring trek brimming with life and nature. But how should we interact with them on campus?
by Blaine Acheson Indy Staff Writer
Dispatch from FLC’s newly sponsored suicide prevention training.
By Jacob Monkarsh Indy Staff Writer
In an age where influencers have erupted across social media, Fort Lewis College has decided to start hiring its own FLC influencers within the campus community.
By Travis Dalenberg Indy Staff Writer
Seniors express gratitude but harbor disappointment in this year’s commencement ceremony.
By Coya Pair Indy Staff Writer
Here’s how the decision was made and what the student response has been.
by Dorothy Elder Indy Staff Writer
The mood was high-spirited and welcoming as several of Fort Lewis College’s women filed into the Student Life Center building with their carabiners attached, chalk dusted on their hands and climbing shoes on to participate in FLC’s Womxn Take or Pursuits and fairly new student organization, Keeping Women Wild, was the kick-off event for a month of events in celebration of Women’s History Month, Ryanne Clough, a FLC adventure education and business administration double-major who is a Student Outdoor Leader for Outdoor Pursuits, said.