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Influential women

Fort Lewis College closed out Women’s History Month on Tuesday with the Office of Diversity Programming handing out coffee mugs and taking mug shots of students and faculty within the Student Union. Participants chose and created name badges of the most influential women in their lives. Senior Chloe Canterbury picked comedienne/actress Tina Fey as the most influential woman in her life.
SHAUN STANLEY/Durango Herald

Women’s History Month at Fort Lewis College closed Tuesday with the college’s Office of Diversity Programming handing out coffee mugs. Employees in the office also took mug shots of students and facility in the Student Union. People also got to choose and create a name badge of the most influential women in their lives. Pam Arbeeny, left, and Kimberlie Bugbee, librarians at the college, hold their mugs while getting their mug shots taken. Arbeeny chose Eleanor Rosevelt and Bugbee selected Judy Blume as their most influential women.

Influential women

Fort Lewis College closed out Women’s History Month on Tuesday with the Office of Diversity Programming handing out coffee mugs and taking mug shots of students and faculty within the Student Union. Participants chose and created name badges of the most influential women in their lives. Senior Chloe Canterbury picked comedienne/actress Tina Fey as the most influential woman in her life.
SHAUN STANLEY/Durango Herald

Women’s History Month at Fort Lewis College closed Tuesday with the college’s Office of Diversity Programming handing out coffee mugs. Employees in the office also took mug shots of students and facility in the Student Union. People also got to choose and create a name badge of the most influential women in their lives. Pam Arbeeny, left, and Kimberlie Bugbee, librarians at the college, hold their mugs while getting their mug shots taken. Arbeeny chose Eleanor Rosevelt and Bugbee selected Judy Blume as their most influential women.
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