The Stories We Share

In her farewell blog post for TCJStudent.org, IAIA student Scarlett Cortez reflects back on the past year and what it means to share your lived experiences with others.

Rising Together

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.

On Remaining Hopeful When All Hope Seems Lost

Sometimes our problems can seem overwhelming, even paralyzing, which is why it’s vital to build community and work together.

Ikakiimaat – Try Hard

Sometimes our various responsibilities pile up, forcing us to go that extra mile to achieve our goals.

The Way We See Things

There’s a difference between being complacent and accepting an outcome, versus accepting an outcome but then seeing what you can do better next time around.

Community in Competition

The AIHEC student conference is about much more than mere competition. It’s about building bonds and friendships with other tribal college students from around the country.

Healthy Habits in Relationships

Sometimes relationships can be abusive. Make sure that the bonds you form are healthy and happy.

On the Right Track

From coping with stress to building a support network, it’s important to set yourself up for success at the beginning of the semester.

Leaving Resolutions in the Past

For 2019, try setting goals instead of declaring resolutions.

Constant Growth

Self-reflection through poetry can help us through difficult times—and remind us of happiness to come.

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