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Fort Lewis College Yearbook 2020
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Warm greetings from Fort Lewis College to you and yours. In this digital yearbook, we hope you’ll find inspiration to make 2021 another year of learning, growth, and of course, adventure.
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Whether you’re new to campus, or you’ve been a Skyhawk for a few years, we are all #FLCTogether.
After an extended winter break, we hope you will feel rejuvenated and ready to get back to campus to continue your educational journey safely!

FLC featured in new Amazon Prime show

Colorado's campus in the sky, along with ten amazing students, is featured in the new Amazon Prime show "The College Tour." The students show viewers their favorite aspects of being Skyhawks, from the organizations they're involved in on campus to their favorite spot on the rim overlooking Durango. 

Donors show strong support for FLC on Giving Tuesday 

This year's Giving Tuesday brought in record-breaking support for Fort Lewis College scholarships, academic departments, athletics, and more. 

FLC remembers Peter R. Decker, longtime trustee and believer in liberal arts education

Peter R. Decker was a staunch supporter of Fort Lewis College, serving as one of the first trustees when the board became independent in 2002. Decker died on December 12, 2020, at age 86.

Dugald Owen: Acceptance of uncertainties marks maturity

Graduating seniors were celebrated in the Virtual Winter Commencement ceremony on December 4, culminating their educational journeys at Fort Lewis College. Dugald Owen, professor of Philosophy and recipient of the Alice Admire Outstanding Teacher Award, gave the commencement address, which was excerpted by The Durango Herald.
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Isabella Aiukli Cornell's prom red

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Prom dress with power

For FLC Psychology major Isabella Aiukli Cornell, her junior prom in 2018 was about more than just wearing a stylish gown to a high school gymnasium; it was an opportunity to call attention to what has been described as an epidemic of murder and abuse faced by Native American women. 
Her custom-made dress symbolized the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women movement and is now on display in a new exhibit titled "Girlhood" by the Smithsonian National Museum of American History.
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