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Slot Canyons Offer Breathtaking Beauty
Cattle and Riding the School Bus
NMAI Profile: Jeff Haozous
Historical Precision in Indian Law
Leaving Rez Made Me Better Storyteller
Video of Loreal Tsingine’s Death
Breaking Stereotypes w/ Classical Music
Moya-Smith: A Raw Review of the DNC
Indian Country's Charity Tournaments
Navajo Pottery with a Modern Twist
Chief David Beautiful Bald Eagle Passes
Puppy Passes; UK Cat Fight
Stewardship Wins at UNESCO Reserve
A Christian Call to Stewardship of Bears
2016 Hot List: Resorts, Spas and Centers
Peggy Flanagan Addresses DNC
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Weekly Pow Wow Planner: 7-28 to 7-31
Diné College Adds 3 Bachelor’s Programs
First Chickasaw Business: Artesian Hotel
Thing About Skins
Getting Smart About Indian Education Means Looking for Alternative Approaches
Jerad Koepp & Jason Medina
Public education has failed the Indian for 150 years, yet so many of us continue to put faith in its reform. We have become too familiar with the disappointing statistics...
Black Hills State University Helps Native Students Transition
More than 30 new students spent a week touring the Black Hills State University campus and Northern Hills community through a program aimed at helping Native American students make...
Native Education Situation Dire, Says Report; Sequestration Not Helping
The Education Trust, a nonprofit organization that focuses on student achievement gaps, has released a new report, “ The State of Education for Native Students ,” and the state is ...
Video: Being Native American From a Student’s Perspective
In this video, filmed at Fort Lewis College—a former Indian boarding school—in Durango, Colorado, students answer questions about being Native American...
The First Native Man of Letters: Harvard's Indian Colonial Poet (in Latin!)
By Corydon Ireland
For nearly 300 years, Harvard student Benjamin Larnell (c. 1694–1714) was simply a footnote to scholars of Native American history...
Morongo Awards $20K in Scholarships to Support Native Students
Meghan Wright and Cara Sue Owings are the winners of the 2013 Rodney T. Mathews Jr. Scholarship and will each receive a $10,000 award toward their higher education...
Memorial Walk Honors Slain Native Student One Year Later
More than 150 students and community members walked silently September 7 to honor Faith Hedgepeth on the one-year anniversary of her death...
10 Back-to-School Items to Show Your Native Pride
For students wanting to show some Native pride in school, here is a list of 10 pretty cool items to show some Native flavor...
I Can't Go Back There! Are Genetics to Blame for Back-to-School Jitters?
With parents sending kids back to school the last couple of weeks, maybe they noticed they have been more anxious...
Nonprofit Provides Back-to-School Supplies to Cheyenne River Youth
Kids are back in school on South Dakota’s 2.8 million-acre Cheyenne River Reservation, and with help from the Cheyenne River Youth Project, 530 of them have backpacks overflowing w...
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