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Coca-Cola Foundation and College Fund Honor 36 Scholarship Recipients
American Indian College Fund
The Coca Cola Foundation and the American Indian College Fund honored 36 American Indian scholarship recipients at its 2013-14 Coca-Cola First Generation Scholarship banquet at the...
34 Students Honored at College Fund Student of the Year Awards Ceremony
American Indian College Fund
The American Indian College Fund honored 34 American Indian scholarship recipients at its 2013-14 Student of the Year reception at the American Indian Higher Education Consortium S...
Video: Hand Drum SIPI Accreditation Honor Song
Matthew Gachupin and Byron Yepa, Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute students from the Pueblo of Jemez, composed this honor song to announce in a traditional way the news tha...
‘Watch Your Red-skinned Back’: Racist Notes Surface in California Schools
Notes reading “Watch Your Redskinned Back” and “White Pride Bitch” were left March 4 in the lockers of two Pit River Tribe students at a Northern California high school where paren...
Sequoyah Students Start Anti-Bullying Initiative
A new club at Sequoyah High School known as “The Preventers” has students speaking out against bullying and its harmful effects on teenagers...
Cherokee Nation Selects 2014 Remember the Removal Riders
The Cherokee Nation has selected 13 Cherokee students for the 2014 Remember the Removal Bike Ride...
Student Spotlight: Education Is Key to Future Tribal Leadership
Arizona State University
Emery Tahy left his home at age 16 after a high school counselor told him he’d be better off learning a trade since he was failing in school...
Six Red Cloud Students Earn the Prestigious Horatio Alger Scholarship
Red Cloud Indian School
Six students have been awarded the prestigious Horatio Alger Scholarship at Red Cloud Indian School—twice the number of any school in South Dakota and the most the school has had i...
Going for Straight As: Three Minnesota Schools Make the Grade
Tanya H. Lee
MinnCAN, a non-profit educational advocacy organization, took up a challenge set by Minnesota tribal leaders and parents in response to disappointing test scores and high school gr...
Navajo Technical University Adds Ninth Bachelor’s Degree
Navajo Technical University
Navajo Technical University has added its ninth baccalaureate degree after receiving approval from the Institutions Action Council of the Higher Learning Commission to begin offeri...
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