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Mandamin Scholarship Deadline Approaching, Check Out This Year’s Winners
The eight students selected for the Leonard S. (Tony)...
Northland College Senior Excels at AISES Conference
The American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES...
Photo Gallery: Tree Lighting and Dancing in the Capitol
A group of 210 people traveled by bus from the Leech Lake...
Student Spotlight: Rebecca Diaz Works Toward Starting a Business
Tribal college student Rebecca Diaz is grateful for the...
The Seventh Generation: 5 Student Projects Making A Difference
The Seventh Generation is one of the Haudenosaunee’s core...
Hawaiian Single Sea Urchin Makes Kapiʻolani Student a Winner at SACNAS
SACNAS was founded in 1973 by a group of minority...
Cherokee Nation Graduate Student Reviving the Cherokee Language
Cherokee Nation member Julie Reed, a fifth-year history doctoral student at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-Chapel Hill) and a current Sequoyah fellow, is lear...
Oneida-Iroquois RIT Graduate Has Many Talents
She’s an artist, a singer and a songwriter...
Navajo Nation Member Graduates From the United States Naval Academy
Lionel Russell Becenti, a 21-year-old Ensign in the United States Navy and member of the Navajo Nation, graduated May 27 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in systems engineering fr...
Historic Native American Food Source May See Improvement
Melynda Harrison, MSU News Service
A Montana State University graduate student has won a $94,000 fellowship for research that may improve fishways, or fish ladders, that help fish such as salmon and shad navigate da...
Montana State University Graduate Makes Science Lessons Culturally Relevant
Anne Cantrell, MSU News Service
After Dora Hugs enrolled in a Montana State University program designed to strengthen science education for Native American students, the science teacher at St...
Blackfeet Browning Student is Strengthened and Transformed by the Journey for Her Degree
Carol Schmidt, MSU News Service
Wasewi Shawl was a champion runner, so she knows that races are won by putting one foot in front of the other...
Arizona State University Grad Brings Understanding of Navajo Culture
Tiffiney Yazzie grew up in northern Arizona immersed in traditional Navajo ways, and she has brought that culture to Arizona State University (ASU) through her photography, especia...
Red Lake Man Gets GED at 70
One 70-year-old says it’s never too late—he recently got his GED, and his accomplishment could inspire others to do the same. James King Sr...
Tiffany Smalley Signals Wampanoag Golden Age
I’ll admit that I had absolutely no clue about the history of the Wampanoag ...
Cherokee Nation Students Chosen for Honor Band
Fourteen members of the Sequoyah Schools band tried out for the Eastern District Band Director’s Association of Oklahoma Honor Band—three were selected...
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