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Effects of Gold, Greed and Genocide Era
Empowering Indian Country
Blackhorse Goes Toe-to-Toe With Shelly
Chili’s Coming to Southeast Oklahoma
Is This the Climate’s Turning Point?
Students Face Racism at Hockey Game
Humboldt Students Occupying Building
Barona Murder Suspect Released
Pass Indian Housing Reauthorization
Obama Protects Alaska Refuge
Russell Wilson Says He's Part Native
Native Student Can’t Wait to Help People
AZ Indian Festival Ready for Super Bowl
5 Important Enviro Stories, Updated
Treatment of Indians Inspired Hitler
Former State Official Admits to Theft
Natives Protest Jackson Foundation
Sundance: A Short Film Fights Poverty
Misty Upham Included in SAG Tribute
Construction Begins for New AZ Casino
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...
Winnebago Student is UNL’s first Udall Scholarship Winner
University of Nebraska–Lincoln
University of Nebraska-Lincoln student Alex Mallory, a member of the Winnebago Tribe of Nebraska, has earned a 2014 Udall Scholarship...
Are Top Colleges Really Opening Their Doors to Low-Income Students?
A September 8 article posted by the New York Times discusses how a number of top colleges have said they would recruit a more economically diverse student body, but many have not f...
STEM Programs Take Tribal Colleges Into the Future
From robotics to the Mars Rover, tribal colleges are bringing Native students into the 21st century and beyond...
Gonzaga University Native American Studies Program In Its Second Year
The Native American Studies Program at Gonzaga University is in its second year and according to director Laurie Arnold “enrollments have grown consistently since the first course ...
Duke Welcomes a Record Number of Minority Students, Natives Included
The newest batch of Duke University students stepped onto campus in Durham, North Carolina Tuesday, August 19, and it includes a record number of minority students...
Haskell to Hold Inauguration for Seventh President
Haskell Indian Nations University in Lawrence, Kansas will inaugurate its seventh president on September 17...
Education on the North Slope: Local Iñupiaq Teachers Needed
Like many regional entities and programs, the Uqautchim Uglua (Language Nest) initiative at Iḷisaġvik College works for indigenized education and Iñupiat educational self-determina...
CU-Boulder Won’t Be Renaming Dorms Using Arapaho Spellings
Two new dormitories on the University of Colorado Boulder campus will not be renamed using traditional Arapaho Hinono’ei spelling, university officials said...
Oglala Lakota College Mourns Loss of Founder Gerald One Feather
Oglala Lakota College
The Oglala Lakota College Board of Trustees, administration, and students wish to express the sorrow that is felt by all in the passing of its founder and great advocate for higher...
Video: Weightless Lumbees Return from NASA’s Microgravity Program
“When applying to graduate or professional school, how many students can say they’ve done scientific research at zero Gs?” said Dr...
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