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Featured stories, profiles, and other articles from FLC Voices, Fort Lewis's biannual magazine.

FLC Voices
The biannual magazine of Fort Lewis College

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"The goal of the class is for students to leave with a sense of cultural humility, to be open to learn, share, and connect, and understand that food is at the heart of it all.”

Marnie Clay
Assistant Professor of Nutrition

Building nutrition toolboxes one less Mountain Dew at a time
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Friends & Donors

"Fort Lewis and the Johnson Scholarship gave me, a Rez girl from Lók’aa’ch’égai, the opportunity to grow into the businesswoman and leader I am today.”

Danielle Joe
Accounting, ’20

Adding up: Native American business students benefit from biggest scholarship endowment in FLC’s history
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"Higher education brings an added energy [to the community], allowing businesses to thrive that wouldn’t otherwise.”

Jim Carver
Business Administration, '91

The art of business
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Friends & Donors

"Retention and enrollment are keys to supporting FLC that align with our family's foundation mission.”

Candice Carson
Coutts & Clark Western Foundation

Launching Bridge Programs for Students
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"Fort Lewis gave me the proper understanding of the business world.”

Jane Barden
Business Administration, '12

Dehydrating fresh cuisine for epic adventures
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Friends & Donors

"We believe that the time is ripe, potent, and fertile to plant seeds for a global vision.”

Jessica and Steve Zeller
Founders and mission executives of Natural Pathways Foundation

Nurturing a global vision of deeply rooted interdependence

More Stories

Understanding Food Waste

Understanding Food Waste

By student contributor Jade Slavin (Environmental Studies, ’22) In Spring 2022, the Environmental Center’s Weigh the Waste...
Turning tables

Turning tables

When they're not buried in books, playing sports, practicing music, organizing clubs, or goofing off in dorm life, college students gravitate...
Flavors of FLC

Flavors of FLC

From green chile to dark chocolate, handmade pasta to honey bourbon, Fort Lewis College alumni are proud to present the full spectrum of textures...

Past Stories

Mother Earth: Acknowledging Indigenous Homelands

FLC on the White Rim

Mountain biking with the FLC Adventure Club

Students help make FLC a Tree Campus USA

Herbert E. Owen Native Plants Garden & Outdoor Classroom

Maddie Sanders reclaims her roots

Maddie Sanders (Communication Design, ’21)

Swimming upstream

Bridget Groat (Alaska Native), assistant professor of History and Native American & Indigenous Studies

Beverly Maxwell stays the course

Beverly Maxwell (Environmental Biology, ’08)

FLC's featured scholar brings undergraduates a taste of rare mathematics research

Laura Scull, professor of Mathematics

New heights for undergraduate research

FLC thinkers, scientists, and explorers seek answers that only alpine ecosystems can reveal.

Water in the West

FLC researchers inform river managers

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