3 Native American women head to college in the pandemic. Will they get a sophomore year?

Sep 30, 2021 | College Fund in the News

Reporter Charlotte West, with contributing writer Arlo Iron Cloud (Oglala Lakota), look at the myriad ways the pandemic impacted three Native women, along with its wider impact on Native American students. The College Fund worked to share data and trends and Cheryl Crazy Bull also spoke to Ms. West for the story, which explores college access, food and housing insecurity, illness in Native communities, resulting mental health challenges due to grief and loss, and more.

https://www.opencampusmedia.org/2021/09/30/3-native-american-women-head-to-college-in-the-pandemic-will-they-get-a-sophomore-year/

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