Associated Students of Fort Lewis College President Byron Tsabetsaye, a member of the Navajo and Zuni tribes, shouldn’t have any reason to be nervous when he goes in for job interviews in the future, not after testifying at a Congressional field hearing on August 22. Byron was among a number of national, state, educational, and Native American leaders who spoke in support of U.S. Senate Bill 3504 entitled the “Native American Indian Education Act of 2012.”
Less than a month to go before the USA Pro Cycling Challenge commences in Durango and at Fort Lewis College and preparations for the race are in full swing. FLC, site of the Cycling Village, is in the midst of a facelift that will help show off its cycling pride come race day (August 20).
For one day in August, Durango and Fort Lewis College will go from being the center of the collegiate cycling world to the center of the professional cycling world when the USA Pro Cycling Challenge stage race comes to town on August 20. The Fort Lewis College Foundation and Guido’s Favorite Foods are offering a one-of-a-kind chance to experience the Pro Cycling Challenge up close and personal, while supporting the FLC Cycling Team at the same time.