The Grub Hub Food Pantry is a student-led, basic needs justice organization committed to serving all Skyhawks. Watch students, staff, and alumni discuss the Grub Hub's critical role in shaping a community of care at FLC.
Marketing students hit the slopes
Students in the Marketing Research & Analytics course developed a survey exploring how skiers and snowboarders view safety messaging while on the mountain. The students are interested in determining how safety signage impacts people's behavior.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Kelsey Smith (Business Administration, '15) was named flagship operations manager for Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, Inc., the first-place company on Newsweek's list of "America's Best Retailers 2022" in the chocolate and candy stores category.
Jake Kurzweil, adjunct instructor of Environment & Sustainability, advocates for the protection of a wetland near Silverton from proposed construction projects. Kurzweil told The Durango Herald that the negative impacts on this particular habitat might branch off to others in the surrounding ecosystem.
The FLC women's basketball team earned its first home win, 80-70, over Northern New Mexico College during the annual Nike N7 night, a celebration of Indigenous athletic talent during Native American Heritage Month. The Skyhawks welcomed local tribal leaders for a pregame blessing and warrior song to get the evening underway.
Amidst a nationwide shortage of K-12 teachers, FLC partnered with the Durango School District 9-R to support the next generation of future teachers. Described as a "grow-your-own" model, the program creates pathways for high school students to return to their home communities and teach after completing their college degrees.
FLC was recognized for excellence in nonpartisan democratic engagement as one of the recipients of the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge's Most Engaged Campus for College Student Voting.
The ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge is a national nonpartisan initiative of Civic Nation. The ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge strives to institutionalize democratic engagement activities and programs on college campuses.