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Is There A Doctor in the House? UNM Graduates 39 Native Medical Professionals
Tanya H. Lee
The University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center recently graduated a record 39 American Indians in the health professions...
Why Teaching History Matters: 4 More Professors Weigh In
Tanya H. Lee
ICTMN asked American Indian college professors for their thoughts on the controversy over the revision of the AP U.S. History exam and accompanying curriculum...
Debra Haaland Could Make History as Lt. Gov. of NM
Debra Haaland of Laguna Pueblo in New Mexico grew up in what she calls a “Republican household.” Her father was in the U.S...
Five Division I Basketball Squads Go Turquoise as Tribute to Natives
Five college basketball teams from four schools will wear turquoise uniforms as a tribute to Natives for Native American Heritage Month...
There's No Bigger Celebration Than the Gathering of Nations
Text and Photographs by Diego James Robles
As I walked toward the University of New Mexico Arena, otherwise known as The Pit, a faint and distant drumming could be heard, getting louder and more distinct with every step I t...
Elections 2012: Abortion Debate Targets Native Students at University of New Mexico
The debate about abortion rights surfaced on the University of New Mexico campus this week – and American Indians were the focus...
Native Sorority Empowers Women and Promotes Culture
Native women enrolled in universities across the U.S. are enjoying the camaraderie and sisterhood that comes from membership in the first historically American Indian sorority...
Documentary Profiles Native Students as They Consider Their Futures
For her first documentary Erica Scharf, of Oceanside, New York takes an in-depth look at three Navajo teens struggling to walk in two worlds in Up Heartbreak Hill ...
The Myth of Indian Scholarships and the Native Dropout Epidemic
Dr. Dean Chavers
Indian students who want to go to college have an unlimited amount of possibility...
American Indian Rights Activist Walks On
Agnes Dill, a renowned educator and lifelong proponent of American Indian rights passed away March 17. She was 98...
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