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Celebrating Indigenous design: a conversation with V. Barney Celebrating Indigenous design: a conversation with V. Barney

Celebrating Indigenous design: a conversation with V. Barney

Many students, staff, and faculty noticed the vibrant poster reminding the FLC community of Native American Heritage Month, a celebration of the...
ASFLC Vice President and U.S. Vice President talk Dobbs decision ASFLC Vice President and U.S. Vice President talk Dobbs decision

ASFLC Vice President and U.S. Vice President talk Dobbs decision

ASFLC Vice President Raina Schmidt traveled to Washington, D.C., for a student leader event with U.S. Vice President Kamala Harris to discuss how the...
Club sports for the win Club sports for the win

Club sports for the win

In between classes, homework, jobs, sleeping, eating, and all the other practicalities of college life, students often seek out opportunities to...

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FLC students and faculty spent two weeks this summer building a school in Ecuador and a water system in Nicaragua through the Village Aid Project, a registered student organization on campus. To prepare for the trip, students engaged in hands-on workshops during the spring that taught them how to build water systems and free-standing structures.

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Devon Parson (Humanities, '07) co-created an exhibit for Greeley's Tointon Gallery called Three Views: Contemporary Works by Charles Parson, Collin Parson, and Devon Parson. A multi-generational collaboration, Parson and his family crafted works that present universal themes for visitors to ponder.

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Dozens gathered in the FLC Student Union Ballroom to honor the living and lost members of the transgender community. Conducted in light of the Club Q shooting, the event was an opportunity for students, staff, and faculty to take a stand for justice and equity.

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Wyatt Krob, a junior studying Musical Theatre, traveled to Colorado Springs to visit the Club Q memorial. Krob told The Washington Post that the memorial’s combination of pain, anguish, and love helped him better understand that spots like Club Q are sacred places for the LGBTQ+ community.

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