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Wilmer Mesteth, Oglala Lakota Spiritual Leader, Walks On
The passing of Oglala Lakota spiritual leader Wilmer Mesteth, born in 1957, at midnight on Friday, January 16 came as a surprise to the Oglala Lakota nation...
Oglala Lakota College Mourns Loss of Founder Gerald One Feather
Oglala Lakota College
The Oglala Lakota College Board of Trustees, administration, and students wish to express the sorrow that is felt by all in the passing of its founder and great advocate for higher...
Gerald One Feather, Oglala Sioux Leader and Education Advocate, Walks On
Science Meets Tradition and Benefits Culture
Ellsworth Chytka, Ihanktowan, is an elderly man from Yankton, South Dakota...
Tribal Colleges: Changing Lives, Changing Reservations
If you are looking for an espresso in Pine Ridge, you can go across the street from the Piya Wiconi Center of the Oglala Lakota College, near Kyle, South Dakota...
Overcrowding Leads to Innovative Housing Projects at Crow Creek
“In building homes for tribal members, our students will learn computer-design and building skills, how to bid on a job and more,” said Oren Voice, wood-shop teacher at the Crow Cr...
Meet Richard Black Elk: Lakota Warrior, Proud Teacher for Little Wound School on Pine Ridge
Richard Black Elk’s career path has been a marathon...
Suicide and Bullied Survivors Now Thrive in the Bear Program
Tyrell Pond, 12, Lakota, had been bullied from first through fourth grade, but when he joined the Be Excited About Reading (Bear) Program in Pine Ridge, South Dakota everything tur...
Teen Hope, Not Suicide, Subject of Lakota Voices Exhibition
Teen suicide has been a major topic of concern for many reservations, but in Rapid City, South Dakota, an exhibition of photographs, taken by elementary and middle school students ...
Tribal Colleges Rank Among Top Institutions For Graduating Native American Students
Diverse: Issues in Higher Education has released its latest Top 100 Degree Producers rankings of institutions that grant the most degrees to minority students...
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