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SUMMITS: FLC alumnus Ricardo Cate'

SUMMITS: FLC alumnus Ricardo Cate'

Thursday, August 8, 2019

The most prominent Native American cartoonist working today, Ricardo Caté (Education, ’06) was enlisted after his graduation from FLC by the Santa Fe New Mexican to create a daily single-panel cartoon called “Without Reservations,” a series Caté originated in The Independent, FLC’s student newspaper.

Caté is also a Marine veteran, speaker, stand-up comedian, writer. activist, and tribal official for the Santo Domingo Pueblo. In 2012 his cartoon were collected in the book Without Reservations: The Cartoons of Ricardo Cate.

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FLC students paint with purpose

FLC students paint with purpose

Two Fort Lewis College friends, Allie Wolfe, a senior majoring in Psychology, and Tatyana Trujillo (Environmental Studies, ’20), found themselves inspired to carry the message of Black Lives Matter and after a great deal of contemplation, they decided to paint a BLM mural on the iconic east-facing wall of College Drive’s Everyday gas station.

2021 U.S. News & World Report ranks FLC 9th in Campus Ethnic Diversity

2021 U.S. News & World Report ranks FLC 9th in Campus Ethnic Diversity

Fort Lewis College ranks in the top ten for campus ethnic diversity at national liberal arts colleges in this year’s Best Colleges report.

FLC’s Herbert E. Owen Native Plant Garden receives accreditation from ArbNet

FLC’s Herbert E. Owen Native Plant Garden receives accreditation from ArbNet

The Herbert E. Owen Native Plant Garden was built in 2012 as an educational resource for the Biology Department. It is named for Herb Owen, professor of Biology at FLC from 1955 to 1978 and founder of the department.

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