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Chad Cheeney, the head endurance coach for the Fort Lewis College cycling team, was featured in a heartfelt promotional video for Kona Bicycles. The video follows Cheeney through a glorious day of riding with the FLC cycling team, Durango Devo, and others.

Coutts & Clark Western Foundation supports women's reproductive health 

The FLC Student Health Center received a landmark grant totaling $150,000 for women's reproductive health resources and education. The gift comes from Candice Carson, the president of the Coutts & Clark Western Foundation board of trustees.

A good day to be Indigenous: Highlights from Indigenous Peoples' Day

FLC honored its Indigenous students, staff, and faculty on Indigenous Peoples' Day. The enduring power and cultural significance of Indigenous peoples was on full display with food circles, social dances, and traditional games. 

Biology professor weaves together a story of spiders

Ryan Schwarz, an associate professor of Biology, spins tales in The Durango Herald about spiders in the Southwest and beyond. Schwarz encourages people to appreciate spiders for their beauty and many contributions to our ecosystem.

FLC cyclists snap up silver

FLC cycling took home gold in the team relay on the last day of racing at the USA Cycling Collegiate Mountain Bike National Championships at Purgatory Resort. The win was a stunning and rowdy culmination of collegiate racing, with the Skyhawks taking silver in the overall omnium.

VoFLC: Heather Shotton 

This week on VoFLC, tune in to hear FLC stories from Heather Shotton, the vice president for Diversity Affairs.
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That's hawksome

Melissa Clutter, assistant professor of Geosciences, recently published a hydrology textbook written for an undergraduate audience called The Basics of Groundwater.
The textbook is innovative and uses many pedagogical approaches that uniquely contribute to the field. Much of the book is analogy-based with over 100 unique illustrations to aid the student's understanding of the material.

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