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At Fort Lewis College, we are powered by place. March has come in like a lion with monster snowfalls and beautiful ice songs. Sound up and sit back!

FLC professors reimagine teaching and learning a language  

The Borders & Languages Department has partnered with the Center of Southwest Studies to use historical letters, maps, and other archives written in Spanish to innovate a contextualized curriculum for teaching and learning a language.

SkyWords welcomes Pulitzer Prize-winning poet

The SkyWords Visiting Writers Series will host poet Natalie Diaz in April for multiple events featuring her latest work from her book Postcolonial Love Poem, which was chosen for this year's Common Reading Experience. 

The next generation of water leaders

With the uncertain future of water in the West looming, Fort Lewis College is preparing the next generation of water leaders with the River Studies & Leadership Certificate and the Fort Lewis on the Water program. 

FLC employee organizes support for Ukraine

Vladimir Koshevoy, a network support technician in Fort Lewis College's IT Department, has family in Ukraine and is helping to organize a fundraiser to provide those in the warzone with food, medicine, and supplies.
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Lucas Clancy and Josh Bonar after a Colorado Parks & Wildlife pinning ceremony

That's hawksome

Lucas Clancy (Biology, '19) and Josh Bonar (Biology, '19) recently completed training and earned permanent positions as District Wildlife Managers with Colorado Parks & Wildlife—a competitive job that requires applicants to score at the very top of their cohort on written and oral exams just to be considered for training.
Congratulations, Lucas and Josh!
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