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Tribal College Journal Launch Native Reflections Special Edition Journal for 400th Anniversary of Mayflower Arrival

American Indian College Fund, Tribal College Journal Launch Native Reflections Special Edition Journal for 400th Anniversary of Mayflower Arrival Call for entries for essays, art, photography, and film from TCU students, faculty, staff, as testament to Native...

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.

How To Indigenize Your Halloween Costume!

Halloween should be the best time EVER! You dress up, you get free candy, and sometimes explore your DARK, creepy side. But what if you want to express your culture with your costume?

American Indian College Fund Scholar Highlights Food Insecurity Among College Students While Providing Greater Access For SNAP Recipients

The challenges facing Native American students are many and diverse. Financial inequality, culturally insensitive institutions and access to broadband Internet are just a few regularly occurring barriers to higher education