Money made, money lost?

Money made, money lost?

Leases on former FLC campus raise ire
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Members of the Southwest Conservation Corps, a nonprofit that works on local land-conservation projects, unload gear into one of the historic buildings on the old Fort Lewis College campus near Hesperus. The conservation corps is one of many groups that have used the historic campus through the years. Some critics argue the land could have been better used to generate more revenue for an endowment fund created to support the tuition waiver at FLC.
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Cattle are surrounded by historic buildings on the Old Fort campus five miles south of Hesperus. Only a few of the buildings that once stood on the campus still stand, but many are in desperate need of renovation and repair.
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SUNDAY: The tuition waiver's history, regional economic impact and symbolic importance.
TODAY: Past use of Fort Lewis College's former campus and its effect on the tuition waiver.
TUESDAY: Legislators and college officials hope to shift some...

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