The White House’s “Champions of Change” award recognizes how one voice really can shape the world. This July, a Fort Lewis College alumna received this honor for being an extraordinary agent of change in the classroom.
The WSSB is taught by nationally recognized faculty, which will now include some Fort Lewis College professors.
Durango is a long way to have come from Africa. But for Farai Taziwa, it's not nearly as far as his whole world has come. Taziwa, a Zimbabwe native, has accumulated many achievements during his time at Fort Lewis College, from earning his bachelor's degree in Engineering in just three and a half years, to landing his first job during his last semester.
FLC donors shared a meal with and saw presentations by students who benefit from scholarships at the Benefactors Brunch in October. This annual gathering is an opportunity for who those who support FLC scholarships to meet the students who benefit from that support.
The Skyhawks Cycling team rode home with the Division I national championship at the 2015 USA Cycling Collegiate Mountain Bike Nationals in Snowshoe, West Virginia, October 23-25, 2015.