Month: January 2020 Articles

Henry Luce Foundation Grants $300K to American Indian College Fund

Increasing access to women in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields is vital for America to respond to today’s economic, infrastructure, and environmental challenges.

What Cannot Be Taken from Me

What Cannot Be Taken from Me

Growing up, my parents always taught me that my education is the most important accomplishment in life. My mother never graduated from high school, so she has always pushed my siblings and I to never give up. Now that we are adults and are attending college, my parents are still our motivation.

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The Past, The Future… And The Present

Happy Native American Heritage Month to you!
As we once again take the time to look back and honor our ancestors while at the same time keeping a watchful eye on the future, I find my thoughts drawn to the present.

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Making Back to School a Positive Experience

I have two favorite times of the year: graduation, when we see Native students walk across the stage to receive hard-earned diplomas, and back to school, when we watch a whole new class of students – and returning classes of students – start a brand-new year filled with hope, promise, and positivity.

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