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The Week That Was
Cornell Hosts Graduate Horizons
Miller Named to Repatriation Committee
Saving Native Languages and Culture
8 Rez Pups to Last Until September Ends
Over 2,000 Mascots Are Not Contested
Inspiring Peace and Healing
How to Force Fiber-Optic to the Rez
$300K Grant for Hawaiian Language
Chumash Indians Celebrate 19th Pow wow
Fighting the Plague of Diabetes
Birdsingers’ Gathering Shares Traditions
Top 12 Tweets of the Week
Indigenous Peoples Take Center Stage
Recognition and Unratified Treaties
Red Lake Capitol Ahead of Schedule
Reclaiming Our Children Through Food
ATCR Cancels Museum Gig in Protest
General Welfare Exclusion Act Passes
NHL Arena Named After Gila River Indian
Thing About Skins
Making the Grad: Cornell Hosts Graduate Horizons for Native Students
The 2014 Graduate Horizons summer workshop, held at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, targeted college students and graduates who are looking to apply to graduate/professiona...
Winnebago Student to Develop Program to Curb Suicide Among Native Youth
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Alex Mallory has been named a National Child Awareness Month Youth Ambassador by the Festival of Children Foundation...
Yakama Student Studying in Washington, DC through WINS
Shanoa Pinkham is serving a 15-week fall semester Washington Internship for Native Students in Washington, D.C...
Born Fighter: Lumbee Student and Martial Artist Vincea Locklear
Fourteen-year-old Vincea Locklear has been a fighter since day one. Born three months early, Vincea was not expected to survive...
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...
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...
Preparing American Indian Students for College
Dr. Dean Chavers
I forced my way onto the Minority Panel of The College Board in 1979 and it was one of the best experiences of my life. The president, George Hanford, is still my mentor...
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...
American Indian Graduate Center Honors 10 Students
Chosen based on their outstanding academic, artistic or leadership skills, 10 American Indian or Alaska Native students make up the American Indian Graduate Center All Native Ameri...
American Indian College Fund Poised for Growth
From small local tribal colleges to regional and national institutions, more Native students are opting for a college education, on their terms, than ever before...
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