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If educators are serious about maximizing opportunities for growth they should recognize that inclusion is greater than exclusion, as it supports learners as individuals and brings about a functional community process of understanding.
A growth spurt for toddlers can bring some major changes, but the process goes smoother when we have goals to attain and some reward to look forward to-parents included.
If you feel like you’re drowning sometimes because of school and other responsibilities, take a moment for yourself, and prioritize your own catharsis.
Sometimes circumstances beyond our control can force us to make difficult decisions we did not anticipate.
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.