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Akuel Kot, a senior studying Sports Administration, has been playing basketball every day since the seventh grade. Kot’s dedication to the...

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Colorado has the highest avalanche-related death toll in the nation. According to the Colorado Avalanche Information Center, almost 300 people have died from being caught in Colorado avalanches over the past 70 years. FLC's Outdoor Pursuits program is trying to mitigate that, offering a PRO 1 Avalanche Course in collaboration with the American Avalanche Institute.


Cole Wilson, a senior studying Adventure Education, will hike the Grand Enchantment Trail in hopes of raising $10,000 for the Grub Hub Food Pantry, which provides free, nutritious foodstuffs to students, staff, and faculty.


Akuel Kot, a senior studying Sports Administration, has been playing basketball every day since the seventh grade. Kot’s dedication to the game has since paid off. Standing at six-foot-two, he's the star guard on the Fort Lewis College men's basketball team.


Members of FLC’s Strategies for Ecological Education, Diversity & Sustainability Club, or SEEDS, spent January 8-12, 2023, exploring Puerto Peñasco, Mexico. The student-led study abroad experience shed light on the ecological diversity of a destination known for its pineapple drinks and banana boats.  


The FLC men's basketball team climbed the Division II rankings to claim a share of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference regular-season title and capture the RMAC Tournament championship. The team received the No. 2 seed for the South-Central Regional Tournament at West Texas A&M University in Canyon, Texas. 


Misty Sandoval, a senior studying Public Health, is making an impact at FLC. She is the youngest member of the Native LGBTQ+/Two-Spirit Advisory Council for the Southwest Indigenous Women's Coalition. She decided to go to FLC because of the Public Health program's strong reputation. 


The Center of Southwest Studies hosted an event with Alexandera Houchin, a nationally renowned ultra-endurance racer. Dubbed "A Conversation with Alexandera Houchin," Houchin discussed her career as a cyclist. Houchin is the current women's overall record holder for The Colorado Trail Race.


FLC’s Black Student Union held a series of events for Black History Month to educate students about available resources and engage with the FLC community. BSU hosted events such as trivia, open houses, and seminars featuring FLC's Native American Center and guest speakers.


Colorado U.S. Senator Michael Bennet and Colorado U.S. Representative Jason Crow introduced the Protect the West Act to make a $60 billion investment in Western forests. Julie Korb, professor of Biology, spoke in favor of the bill, saying that lawmakers "can no longer wait to invest in restoring and creating resilient forests and watersheds across the West."


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