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16 Shades of Green

16 Shades of Green

By Garrett Middleton Indy Staff Writer
11/5/2021

Through a largely student-run group, The Environmental Center, sixteen project leaders aim to keep the college environmentally conscious through a variety of efforts.

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Slacking off at Bader Snyder

Slacking off at Bader Snyder

By Bailey Duplessis Indy Staff Writer
10/28/2021

Rain, wind or shine, FLC students can’t stop walking the line.

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A Durango Skate of Mind

A Durango Skate of Mind

By Mia McCormick Indy Staff Writer
10/26/2021

How Pain, Progress, and Passion Create a Community on Four Wheels. 

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Removal of clock tower panels allow for healing within FLC community

Removal of clock tower panels allow for healing within FLC community

By Tiara Yazzie Indy Staff Writer
9/24/2021

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.

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FLC goes viral? The marketing team hires on social media influencers to sell the college to prospecting students

FLC goes viral? The marketing team hires on social media influencers to sell the college to prospecting students

By Jacob Monkarsh Indy Staff Writer
5/3/2021

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.

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Pack a Mask: COVID-19 doesn’t temper tourist crowds

Pack a Mask: COVID-19 doesn’t temper tourist crowds

By Jack Boggs Indy Staff Writer
4/30/2021

Although there still is a global pandemic, that is not stopping historic Durango from being a destination for tourists from around the country. However, the increasing tourist population does bring concerns about local guidelines regarding COVID-19.

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Womxn Take Over the Wall: FLC students climb over barriers in honor of Women’s History Month  Dorothy Elder

Womxn Take Over the Wall: FLC students climb over barriers in honor of Women’s History Month Dorothy Elder

by Dorothy Elder Indy Staff Writer
4/2/2021

 

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.

 

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People of Durango: Featuring Patrick Langlois

People of Durango: Featuring Patrick Langlois

By Jacob Monkarsh Indy Staff Writer
3/9/2021

Welcome to “People of Durango,” a new column from the Independent. Our very first profile of the term is featuring Patrick Langlois, a non-traditional student here at Fort Lewis College.

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Black Student Union uses Black History Month as an opportunity to look forward

Black Student Union uses Black History Month as an opportunity to look forward

By Dorothy Elder Indy Staff Writer
3/3/2021

Following a summer of protests for lost black lives and racial inequality, illustrating a grand resurgence of the Black Lives Matter movement, Fort Lewis College’s Black Student Union brought events to campus to honor Black History Month. 

 

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Beyond Chemistry: FLC professor, Joslynn Lee, works to increase Native American representation in the sciences

Beyond Chemistry: FLC professor, Joslynn Lee, works to increase Native American representation in the sciences

By Dorothy Elder Indy Staff Writer
11/30/2020

It was important to Dr. Joslynn Lee, Fort Lewis College assistant professor of chemistry and biochemistry, when she received the call that informed her that she was selected to join a national cohort of scientists all chosen to be featured on a STEM Trading Card.

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