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Student Stories

From the monthly archives:

February, 2014

Snyder B is the place to be
Thursday, February 27, 2014

Snyder B is the place to be It’s not a lie: Snyder B was the place to be. All the residents were always there. Even people who were not residents in Snyder B were always there. We mobbed over to dinner all together, we went camping all together, and we went out on the weekends all together. We had heard legends of Snyder B residents from the past and yearned to be college legends as well. Read the rest of entry »

Housing in Durango
Wednesday, February 26, 2014

Housing in Durango

Starting college is more than just beginning classes, making new friends, finding yourself, and growing up. It is also about, for most of us, moving away from home and learning how to live without your family. It is so overwhelming and uncomfortable, yet extraordinarily exciting at the same time. One of the biggest parts of this is figuring out where to live. For your freshman year, the question is: which residence hall do I live in? So let’s start there.

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Academic assistance for all
Friday, February 21, 2014

Academic assistance for all While there are practically limitless ways in which Fort Lewis College is a special place, I have been particularly impressed with how committed Fort Lewis is in ensuring academic resources are abundant. Whether you need help with your advanced differential equations class or you’re trying to unravel what Kant’s categorical imperative is really all about, there are plentiful avenues for academic assistance. And the best part: they’re all totally free! Read the rest of entry »

Finding my community at Skyhawk Saturday
Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Finding my community at Skyhawk Saturday When I was a senior in high school, I only had one priority in mind: get out of the small town in New Mexico that I was from. I had lived in a small town my entire life, a place where everyone in town knows your family, where you can’t go to the store or a movie without seeing at least one person you know, and where nearly everyone knows your business. Read the rest of entry »

A stimulating freedom
Monday, February 17, 2014

A stimulating freedom The joyous moment has finally arrived: my last semester of college…gasp! The disbelief is mixed with the overwhelming excitement of what is to come May 3rd, which is graduation, on into the rest of my life. Being an extremely traditional student, having been in school constantly since pre-Kindergarten, the thought of school not being my first priority is a strange idea to digest. Read the rest of entry »
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