Opportunities through agencies like the National Center for Atmospheric Research offer tribal college students professional opportunities, and much-needed place at the table for Indigenous scientists. Read more →
Coping with assault is never easy. But sometimes the written word can help.
As stewards of education, our elders have made lasting impacts for Native students today. We should learn from them and honor them.
Divestment and informed investment are ways that we as Native people can discourage corporate oppression of tribal sovereignty.
More than anywhere, college campuses should be safe havens where students are free to speak out.
We students are like the poles of a tipi, leaning on each other for stability-especially as we find our own niche outside of our comfort zone.
By investing in yourself and your education, tribal college students are contributing to the resilience of Native communities.
Avoiding the pitfalls of addiction can be a challenge for Native students, but the tribal community can serve as a safety net.
While having twins while in college is a challenge, I have found that no matter where my educational goals take me I can bring my family along on the journey.
In the mind of my toddlers, they have all the power. Little do they know, Mommy has some tricks up her sleeve when it comes to getting this dynamic duo to eat a good meal.
Oral traditions should be cherished, and we should do our part to protect and preserve them.