Returning to one’s ancestral homeland offers time for reflection, but also reminds us that even these sacred places are often threatened. Read more →
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.
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.
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.
Sometimes relationships can be abusive. Make sure that the bonds you form are healthy and happy.
From coping with stress to building a support network, it’s important to set yourself up for success at the beginning of the semester.
For 2019, try setting goals instead of declaring resolutions.
Self-reflection through poetry can help us through difficult times—and remind us of happiness to come.
Sometimes, when thinking about where we’re headed, it’s important to reflect on where we come from.
For many, the holiday season serves as a reminder of the ones who have passed on. But just because they aren’t here physically, doesn’t mean their spirits aren’t with us.
We as Indigenous people have always seen the value and strength of women, but after our recent election it’s amazing to see the rest of the U.S. finally starting to realize this.