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Residence hall tours at Fort Lewis College: Escalante Hall [VIDEO]

Residence hall tours at Fort Lewis College: Escalante Hall [VIDEO]

Wonder what it’s like to live on campus? Scott and Owen show off their room in Escalante Hall: a double occupancy room, with community bathrooms in the hallway, game room / lounge, and computer lab. Escalante Hall features both traditional housing and suite-style living.

Brothers better the world, eight colors at a time

Brothers better the world, eight colors at a time

It’s hard to go into business with family. But the Martin brothers can hardly imagine working with anybody else. For them, the formula is paying off: Nitrum Dynamic Paint, which they founded while attending Fort Lewis College, is increasing its capacity to recycle paint, while also contributing to a better world and keeping these brothers connected beyond their college experiences.

FLC entrepreneurs using paint as a vehicle for good

FLC entrepreneurs using paint as a vehicle for good

“We want to dominate the paint industry. [Nitrum Dynamic Paint] is eco-friendly, we’re helping the environment, and we’re helping people at the individual level.”

Student instructors lead the way to campus fitness – and more

Student instructors lead the way to campus fitness – and more

Exercise classes are common enough in higher education. But the Fort Lewis College Group X exercise program presents those classes with a twist: in this program, the students are the teachers.

Untraditional partnership inspires student teachers

Untraditional partnership inspires student teachers

The traditional track of teacher education puts student teachers into classrooms for their final year of college. But there’s little traditional about the way Jen Rider, Lecturer of Teacher Education at FLC, introduces her students to the foundations of education.

Student entrepreneur elevates his college experience with hammock company

Student entrepreneur elevates his college experience with hammock company

No one can accuse Greyson Junggren of being lazy, even though he’s been just hanging out for most of his college career. For him, hanging out is a business endeavor—Junggren, a senior Economics major, runs a hammock company he founded and developed alongside his full-time studies at Fort Lewis College.

Engineering students change the landscape

Engineering students change the landscape

This fall, seven Engineering students put themselves on the map—literally—when they completed FLC’s first student-designed and student-constructed building.

Students give back by picking up

Students give back by picking up

On Saturday, September 24th, FLC’s Outdoor Pursuits program began a two-day service project near Bluff, Utah. Sixteen members of the Fort Lewis College community -- thirteen students and three OP staff members -- comprised this hard-working group.

Spring break means adventure for these Outdoor Pursuiters [PHOTOS]

Spring break means adventure for these Outdoor Pursuiters [PHOTOS]

Students involved in FLC's outdoor adventure club, Outdoor Pursuits, took off to three locations over their spring break: the wilds of Texas, southern California, and the Grand Canyon.

Fellowship launches student into world of Native filmmaking

Fellowship launches student into world of Native filmmaking

When she started college, Taylor Bennett-Begaye never imagined herself as a filmmaker. Now she has a foot in the business before even graduating after earning this year’s Full Circle Fellowship with the Sundance Institute. The annual award and year-long mentorship program recognizes four promising young Native Americans in the film industry.

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