The Fort Report: Connecting Fort Lewis College
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Dancers from Ballet Folklórico de Durango move in an impassioned display of color as they perform at Fiesta on the Mesa at Fort Lewis College.

Faculty receive first professorship and award endowments

Two FLC faculty members received the first professorship and award endowments in the institution’s history, thanks to generous donor funding and an elevated approach to faculty support from the FLC Foundation. 

Fiesta on the Mesa bursts with culture and vibrancy

The FLC Student Union Outdoor Plaza was bustling with laughter, dance, and community during the annual Fiesta on the Mesa. The event kicked off FLC’s programming for National Hispanic Heritage Month.
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Two men with hats stand at an archaeology site.

That's hawksome

Aliya Godoy, an FLC senior studying Anthropology,  spent the summer in the New Mexico Office of Archaeological Studies working on a special project. Godoy looked at historic and prehistoric remains in the temporary collections and recorded variations in features of the facial bones that are used in estimating ancestry, to assess their usefulness for ancient and recent Southwestern people. Godoy plans to travel for a few months after graduating, and then enroll in a graduate program in Forensic Anthropology.

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