FLC alumni Luke (Agricultural Business, ‘12) and Kristen Johnston (Business Administration, ‘15) bring one of America’s oldest autumn traditions back to the Four Corners: the corn maze.
As hundreds of LGBTQ+ individuals and allies turned out for the Durango Pride Parade, organizers of the event point to FLC students as the ones who made it so successful.
We cannot wait to celebrate the kickoff to Hispanic Heritage Month tomorrow at Fiesta on the Mesa! Join us for authentic food, colorful folkloric dances from @balletfolkloricodedurango and live music from Mariachi Amigos de Nuevo México. All are welcome! Dinner is FREE for FLC students, staff and faculty. Alumni get a free meal ticket when you RSVP (link in bio). Community members can enjoy a meal at $13 per person. Thursday, September 15th ⏰ 4-7 p.m. Student Union Plaza @flc_elcentro…
Wrapping up the third week of class today. We love our Skyhawk family #FortLewisCollege #GoSkyhawks #DurangoColorado
What a lonesome road! Andrew Gulliford, professor of History, writes a powerful piece in the Durango Herald on the loneliest highway in America: U.S. Highway 50.
Known as the “WesternWaterGirl” on TikTok, Fort Lewis College Alumni Teal Lehto (Environmental Studies, ‘20) tackles water topics like reservoir management, agricultural irrigation efficiency, cloud seeding, and hydropower. #FortLewisCollege #FLCAlumni