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Shandíín: FLC Solar Spring Break 2019

Monday, March 25, 2019

Fourteen FLC students spent their spring break getting some sun – but rather than soaking it up on a beach, they harnessed it to help power a remote community on the Navajo Nation in central New Mexico. Six Engineering students and eight student volunteers from a variety of disciplines spent the first week in March installing solar systems on the Counselor Chapter’s chapter house and on three residences.

Shandíín, the Navajo word for "sunbeam," documents their powerful work in service of others.

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Out here, a geology textbook is all around

Out here, a geology textbook is all around

Thanks to the variety of unique landscapes close by FLC's campus, summer is the best time to learn about geology.

John F. Reed Library selected to host traveling exhibition from U.S. National Library of Medicine

John F. Reed Library selected to host traveling exhibition from U.S. National Library of Medicine

The exhibition titled “Native Voices: Native Peoples’ Concepts of Health & Illness” will be displayed until January 15, 2020.

Students engage in the business of festival production at Durango PlayFest

Students engage in the business of festival production at Durango PlayFest

The annual event that brings national theatrical talent to town also gives students a way to spend their summers helping run a festival. 

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