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"Donuts with Dene & Barbara" highlights Fort Lewis College Welcome Week
Friday, August 26, 2011

Free donuts and coffee, served with a smile from Fort Lewis College’s president and provost, at Donuts with Dene & Barbara on Monday, August 29, 2011.

Incoming freshmen and transfer students aren’t the only ones new to campus this year. Dr. Barbara Morris, the College’s newly hired provost and vice president for Academic Affairs, is also preparing for her first semester at FLC.

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Dr. Joel Jones to speak at Fort Lewis College's Fall Convocation
Thursday, August 18, 2011

The official beginning to the school year at Fort Lewis College is marked by Fall Convocation. The event, which brings together the incoming freshman class and (new this year) transfer students, will take place on Friday, August 26 at 4 p.m. in Whalen Gym.

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Club sports: Where everyone can play!
Thursday, August 18, 2011

"Club Sports give students an opportunity to play a sport at a high level without the time commitment expected by varsity sports," says Assistant Director of Intramurals & Club Sports Brandon DenHartog. "Club Sports enhance a student's total educational experience, thus creating a more 'complete' person – more capable, skillful, and diverse."

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Men's lacrosse attracts players nationwide
Thursday, August 18, 2011

Lacrosse may be just catching on in many places in the West, but it already has long and successful roots here on the Fort Lewis campus. And as a Club Sport, anyone looking to give it a try can join in the fun and challenge of FLC Men's LAX.

Men's Lacrosse is the second longest running Club Sport at Fort Lewis, behind only the Ski Team, dating back more than 25 years.

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Where in the world will YOU make a difference?
Monday, August 08, 2011

This year, a group of Fort Lewis students and their faculty mentors changed the world. A little bit, anyway.

For three weeks this May, 18 students and their faculty mentors volunteered their professional skills in Laos, building water system for two villages. The team constructed water collection systems, pipelines, and storage tanks in the Hmong villages of Ban Nakamphaeng and Ban Pakhom, in northwest Laos.

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