Past campus presents new possibilities for FLC

Past campus presents new possibilities for FLC

History complicates future plans for Hesperus land
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Jaclyn Lyons, Greg LeBlanc and Ryan Barton search for aquatic insects during a field ecology class at Fort Lewis College. The class is one of several that use the land for fieldwork activities. The steering committee charged with approving uses for the land hopes to encourage more classes to use the Old Fort property in their curriculum.
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The snowcapped La Plata Mountains peek out above historic buildings on the Old Fort campus. Some buildings on the campus still stand, but many are in desperate need of renovation and repair. As it creates a plan, the college must include the costs of improving infrastructure.
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IN THIS SERIES

SUNDAY: The tuition waiver's history, regional economic impact and symbolic importance.
MONDAY: Past use of Fort Lewis College's former campus and its effect on the tuition waiver.
TUESDAY: Legislators and college officials hope to shift...

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