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Casino Celebrates 20 Years
Supermoons and Sizzling Skies in 2015
Sufjan Stevens' 'Round-Up'
Amazing Find in an Old Trunk
12-Time World Record Holder in Hot Air
Athletes Pick Winner for Super Bowl XLIX
Sasheene Denny and Cambridge
Ak-Chin Selects Chairman and Vice-Chair
Christian Land, Governed by Christians
Aboriginal: NYT Word of the Day
First Nation Girl Refuses Chemo, Dies
Pixie Lott Apologizes for Indian Costume
Luger: Wellness as a Political Statement
Fighting for Right to Wear Eagle Feather
VIDEO: Ad Erases R-Word Logo on Helmets
Evo Morales Begins Historic Third Term
AIANTA Pushing for NATIVE Act
Native AIDS Survivor Runs Marathon
Humor: Top 10 Native Dating Site Bios
Hart Shows Heart; Prophet Paintings
Thing About Skins
Choose Love Not Hate: Bacone College Celebrates Martin Luther King’s Message
Bacone College students, faculty and community leaders came...
Johnson Scholarship Foundation Commits $1M to Native Entrepreneurship MBA
The Johnson Scholarship Foundation has pledged $1 million...
Colonial-Era College Works on Recruiting and Supporting Native Students
Fewer than one in 1,000 students at Rutgers University’s...
WSU Brings Classroom to Students With Online Certification in American Indian Studies
Washington State University is now offering an online...
United Tribes Technical College Hires First New President in 37 Years
United Tribes Technical College has a new president. He is...
NTU Confers First Degrees in Environmental Science and Natural Resources Program
More than 100 degrees and certificates were conferred at...
Students Get Dirty Learning Archaeology That Respects Native Cultures
Sweating and digging in the Montana sun may not be most student’s idea of how to spend the summer, but seven Salish Kootenai College students did just that for six weeks as part of...
Purdue Prez Says Telling History of America's Genocides 'Execrable'
Former Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels came under fire last week when The Associated Press uncovered a slew of emails relating to the use of Howard Zinn’s A People’s History of the ...
Native Students Prep for College, Racism and Ignorance
Approximately 100 indigenous high school students from 22 different states flocked to New York University this month to take part in a weeklong college fair...
Bakken Oil Fields Offer Tribal Colleges Challenges, Opportunities
From funding cuts precipitated by the federal sequester to changes in the rules for Pell grant recipients, tribal colleges face many challenges, but one of the most serious for col...
Dr. Ann Dapice Recognized by Alma Mater for Contributions to Education
The University of Pennsylvania realized their letter had gotten lost in the mail. So they sent alumna Dr. Ann Dapice, Lenape-Cherokee, their impressive announcement by e-mail...
Little Shop of Physics—Colorado Middle Schoolers Learn Science Skills
The miniature student-made cars raced at a recent science camp might lose wheels or engine power, but they were nudged across a makeshift finish line with a little help from the st...
Noodle Scholarship Helps Navajo Mother Return to School After 30 Years
Joanne Ignacio is beating the odds...
Student Loan Rate Increase Impacts Neediest Native Students Most
With the U.S. Congress’ failure to curb vastly increasing student loan rates, Native American college students are on par to become some of the greatest harmed in the nation...
Oregon Draws Up Radical Tuition-Free Program for Colleges
As the student-debt crisis looms, Oregon is considering a solution of its own, a plan called “ Pay it Forward, Pay it Back .” The plan would allow students to attend state schools ...
'Smoke Signals' Actor Addresses Native Grads at Portland State
You may remember him as one of the stars of Sherman Alexie’s movie Smoke Signals , but Evan Adams is more than an actor...
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