The Fort Report: Connecting Fort Lewis College
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From reflections on the Grub Hub's humble roots to fresh insights into Indigenous recipes, the latest issue of FLC Voices magazine explores the intersections of academia and food. Bon appétit!

OP empowers students of color to access the outdoors

Outdoor Pursuits is on a journey to be as inclusive as possible as it seeks to serve all students and create opportunities for different cultural experiences of the great outdoors.

Travis Whipple joins FLC as new Athletic Director

Whipple comes to Durango with more than 15 years of senior-level experience, serving most recently as the vice president of College Relations at Crown College in St. Bonifacius, Minnesota.

Jesse Peters moving on to new role as college president 

The Western Oregon University Board of Trustees appointed Jesse Peters as WOU's 25th president. Peters was at Fort Lewis College for five years, serving as dean of the School of Arts & Sciences and interim provost.

Board of Trustees approves $3,000 raise for FLC employees

The base-building raise is for the 2022-23 fiscal year and will go to about 375 faculty and administrative professionals. Additionally, about 115 classified employees will receive a 3% annual increase as legislated by the Colorado WINS agreement.
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That's hawksome

Former and current Skyhawks are represented across multiple mountain bike disciplines on this year's USA Cycling National Team, including Savilia Blunk (ATT '17-20), first-year Bailey Cioppa, sophomore Ruth Holcomb, and first-year Emma Artz. 
Go Skyhawks! 
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