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Student Spotlight: ‘Keepers of the Game’ Star Talks College and Inspiring Youth
Lacrosse documentary “Keepers of the Game” follows a group...
Two Paiute Students Succeed Against the Odds at Walker River Reservation
In 2013 news headlines lit up the Internet with the release...
Summer Vacation Means Sustainable Building Research for Lapwai Students
Summer vacation is here for most students, but a group of...
Red Cloud Indian School: The Gates Scholar Factory
The brass ring held in most esteem is often said to be...
Tulalip Grads Gifted Woven Cedar Mortarboards
The graduates came from different high schools and...
Juilliard Brings the ‘Heartbeat’ of Music and Math to the Navajo Reservation
A cacophony of sound spilled from a hogan on the Navajo...
First World Indigenous Games Bring Tribal Colleges and Students to Brazil
Fireworks and a fire ceremony heralded the opening events of the first World Indigenous Games, held in Palmas, Brazil from October 23 to November 1...
Nez Perce Student Wins TEDNA 2015 Merit Award Contest
Alana Walker, a member of the Nez Perce Tribe, and student at the Institute of American Indian Arts, was recently announced as the winner of the Tribal Education Departments Nation...
Haliwa-Saponi Student Beating the Odds, Ushering in the Future of Medical Science
Kate Rahbari has eight years to decide what she wants to do with her life. Rahbari, 24, is a first-year student in the M.D./Ph.D...
High School Activist Dahkota Brown Talks California R-Word Ban
Dahkota Brown was there for both California R-word victories — when California’s legislature became the first state in the country to pass a bill banning the use of the word “redsk...
‘A Whole New Experience’ for Delaware Youth
A group of five youth from the Delaware Tribe of Indians, ages 14 to 17, visited Delaware Water Gap National Park in July, with stops in New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania...
Shinnecock Call for Youth Leaders Around the Globe to Unite
Youth leaders from Shinnecock Nation received a warm welcome at the 20 th Annual International Young Leaders Assembly (IYLA) at the United Nations for their advocacy of indigenous ...
Utah STEM Camp Prepares Students for High School, College, Career
Eager for a summer of learning, Native American students arrived at Utah State University Eastern Blanding June 29 for a six-week American Indian Services Pre-freshman Engineering ...
Science Can Set You Free! STEM Program Teaches Sustainable Building
Tanya H. Lee
Eleven high school students and one recent college grad from the Rosebud Sioux Reservation in South Dakota are looking at homes in their community from a new perspective following ...
Students to Premiere Navajo Oral History Documentaries
The life stories of four Navajo elders are featured in student-made documentary films that will be premiered at Diné college in Tsaile, Arizona on September 14 at 5 p.m...
Video: Kylie Looney Wants to Teach About the History She Is So Proud of
A new video series from the Cherokee Nation spotlights Cherokee youth who embrace the culture and legacy of the nation...
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