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Rare, Traditional Arts Making a Comeback at Tribal Colleges
Ancient Native arts and technology are bringing a cultural...
Dark, Ugly Past of Rutgers Being Explored
A newly formed committee at Rutgers University is charged...
500 Scholars Initiative: Eliminating Health Disparities Through Education
The Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health...
Tribal College Students Face Challenges to Graduate
Tribal colleges face different challenges and a greater...
Smart Kids Wanted: No Money Required
Wayne State University has announced a program to provide...
‘Soul of Our College’: Evergreen Longhouse 20th Anniversary Celebration
The young one danced the Chief’s Headdress Dance and the...
Ritual Use of Caffeinated ‘Vomit Drink’ Discovered at Cahokia
Made from the roasted leaves of the Yaupon holly (Ilex vomitoria) that grew more than 300 miles away, researchers found evidence that inhabitants at Cahokia were enjoying caffeinat...
Oklahoma Schools Are Doing Something Right for Native Students
The National Indian Education Association presented a webinar on July 19 to help educators and Native American advocacy organizations decipher the National Indian Education Study 2...
Documentary Profiles Native Students as They Consider Their Futures
For her first documentary Erica Scharf, of Oceanside, New York takes an in-depth look at three Navajo teens struggling to walk in two worlds in Up Heartbreak Hill ...
American Indian College Fund Names New Leader
Cheryl Crazy Bull, or “Wacinyanpi Win” (They Depend on Her), president of Northwest Indian College , in Bellingham, Washington has been named head of the American Indian College Fu...
Legacy of Survival Brings Exiled Dakotas Home
For 150 years 14 Dakota tribal communities have lived in exile in the Dakotas, Nebraska, Montana and Canada—they’ll come back to their Minnesota homeland for two days this month...
Native American Historical Display at Texas A&M Meant to Promote Diversity and Educate Students
To promote diversity and educate the student body and staff members at Texas A&M University , Laura Sare created a display featuring Native American historical documents in the...
Luiseño Student Studies Virology, Hopes to Give Back By Finding Cures
Temet McMichael, an enrolled member of the La Jolla Band of Luiseño Indians , has chosen a path in medicine, but not to be the kind of doctor who sees patients...
Animated Map Shows Loss of Western Tribal Lands From 1784
To better understand land cession maps made by Sam B...
Leech Lake Tribal College Names Next President
Leech Lake Tribal College in Cass Lake, Minnesota has named Dr...
United Tribes Technical College Displays History Through Native Art
For those wanting to see a vast collection of Native American art, United Tribes Technical College is the place to be...
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