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Martha Stewart honors Art alumnus' business

Martha Stewart honors Art alumnus' business

"Martha Stewart throws a really great party," says 2005 Art graduate Chris Lyon. And he would know. 

Lyon was honored in October by Martha Stewart at the "2012 Martha Stewart Presents American Made Awards," at which Stewart and the editors of Martha Stewart Living magazine feted the 10 finalists in their search for “rising stars in a new generation of small-business owners."

Skyhawk harriers run into national championships

Skyhawk harriers run into national championships

The Fort Lewis College men's Cross Country team has an appointment with destiny this weekend.

The squad will compete in the the NCAA Division II National Championships after capturing a 6th place finish at the NCAA Division II South Central Regionals, in Denver, on Nov. 3, qualifying the team for the national championships for just the second time ever — and the first time since 1995.

Business alumnus featured in O: The Oprah Magazine for building Guatemalan schools

Business alumnus featured in O: The Oprah Magazine for building Guatemalan schools

In 2010, Fort Lewis College alumnus Josh Talmon shut down his San Diego real estate business to find a more fulfilling endeavor.

Welcome to the Skyhawkalypse: Homecoming 2012

Welcome to the Skyhawkalypse: Homecoming 2012

The Skyhawkalypse is upon us! Fort Lewis College Homecoming 2012 begins October 1 and runs through the 6th, culminating with the Homecoming Football game against Colorado School of Mines. For the last three years, Homecoming has been planned and executed by a committee of dedicated and hardworking students, and the event has grown each year as a result.

Fort Lewis College representatives testify before Congressional committee regarding Native American tuition waiver

Fort Lewis College representatives testify before Congressional committee regarding Native American tuition waiver

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.”

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