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More than 100 attendees expected for COPLAC meeting at Fort Lewis College

Beginning June 19, Fort Lewis College will host the annual Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges (COPLAC) meeting on campus. The theme for this year’s meeting is “Approaches to Diversity and Inclusion: The Importance of Building Community.”

IHBC + FLC = crazy good cycling times this weekend!

Fort Lewis College will be a prominent presence at the 43rd annual Iron Horse Bicycle Classic this weekend, May 24, 25, and 26. From the FLC Road Scholars Team, to the Cross Country Race hosted by Fort Lewis College, to a mountain biking clinic for high school-aged riders coached by cycling legends, that Skyhawk cycling spirit will be easy to find.

Student brings ragtime piano greats together in Durango

Adam Swanson loves old-time piano. And later this month, he's going to share that love, festival style. 

This month, Swanson – a senior Music major from Shenandoah, Iowa, and a multiple-time ragtime piano world champion – will bring all those loves together when the Diamond Belle and Strater Hotel host the Durango Ragtime & Early Jazz Festival, March 14 - 16.

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FLC Hockey team scores with campus and Durango community

In hockey-crazy Durango, having a new game in town is always welcome. And Durango has zealously welcomed the squad from Fort Lewis College as it brought collegiate hockey to the town's home ice. The 2013-14 season marks FLC Hockey's first season in the American Collegiate Hockey Association. In the league, the Skyhawks play a 15-game schedule against teams from Colorado and New Mexico, including trips to Denver to challenge the Colorado School of Mines and the University of Colorado-Denver, to Albuquerque to face off against the University of New Mexico, and to Gunnison, Colorado, to take on nearby rival Western State Colorado University.

FLC Cyclists pass their joy and skills on to kids

They just love sharing the love.

 

That’s the strongest thing fueling the kinship that has developed between the FLC Cycling team and Durango Devo, a six-year-old youth-development cycling club for Durango-area kids and young adults. And with an area like southwestern Colorado to cycle around, the program’s participants and alumni have already made their mark in amateur, collegiate, and professional cycling.

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