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Sierra Club: No DAPL!
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Create a Cabinet Level Dept. for Natives
Mother and Daughter Graduate Together
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NMU Awarded Grant to Increase STEM
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Thing About Skins
3 Native Students Receive $10K Scholarships from Morongo Band
Three Native American students from across California have...
Behind the Scenes at the Mescalero Apache Puberty Rites
Over July 4th weekend the public can witness traditional...
300 Children Benefit from Cheyenne River School Supply Drive
More than 300 children have attended the Cheyenne River...
Student Spotlight: ‘Keepers of the Game’ Star Talks College and Inspiring Youth
Lacrosse documentary “Keepers of the Game” follows a group...
Two Paiute Students Succeed Against the Odds at Walker River Reservation
In 2013 news headlines lit up the Internet with the release...
Summer Vacation Means Sustainable Building Research for Lapwai Students
Summer vacation is here for most students, but a group of...
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...
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...
Sunday Plumb Crowned Miss Cherokee
University of Arkansas senior Sunday Plumb, of Tahlequah, Oklahoma, was named the new Miss Cherokee at a leadership competition held Saturday, August 23 at Cornerstone Fellowship C...
Little Cherokee Ambassadors Named
Brushy Elementary seventh-grader Lauryn McCoy’s presentation on how to make traditional shell shackles for stomp dancing helped earn her the title of Little Cherokee Ambassador on ...
MTV's The Buried Life Takes Native Girl on Bucket-List Trip to Italy
Eighteen-year-old Brianna Olguin got the surprise of her life when the cast of The Buried Life , a reality documentary on MTV, arrived at her high school in Albuquerque, New Mexico...
Cheyenne River Youth Attend UNITY Conference in Oregon
This summer, five Cheyenne River Sioux teens had the opportunity to join more than 1,400 Native youth ages 14 to 24 from around the United States at the 38th annual National UNITY ...
Leadership Camp: Building Culture, Creativity, Compassion and Courage
Pathkeepers for Indigenous Knowledge, a nonprofit organization, held its Second Annual Native Youth Leadership Camp from July 20-27, 2014 in Culpeper, Virginia just outside Washing...
Learning Reporting in an Ever-Changing Digital World
Sarah K. Jones
Today’s tech-savvy student journalists are able to work from their phones or iPads and no longer need to carry around bulky equipment...
Native Heritage Night and Shoni Schimmel Draw Huge Crowd to Phoenix
Thousands of Native American basketball fans traveled from all parts of Arizona and around the country to Phoenix August 5 to see Atlanta Dream’s Shoni Schimmel in action as her te...
Youngest Miss Native American USA Promotes Arthritis Awareness
Nineteen-year-old April Yazza wants to spend the next 12 months encouraging Native women to take care of their joints...
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