TRIBAL COLLEGE JOURNAL

Spirit Lake Starts Construction of Community Addiction Treatment Center

Gov. Doug Burgum joined with Cankdeska Cikana Community College President Cynthia Lindquist and Tami Reller, with UnitedHealth, for a ceremonial groundbreaking for the renovation of a former group home into a 15-bed residential substance-abuse treatment center for adults in the Spirit Lake Dakota community on Friday.

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LLTC’s Bezhigoogahbow Library Receives “Native American Indian” Series by Edward S. Curtis

The Bezhigoogahbow Library at Leech Lake Tribal College has been the recipient of a donation of the republication of the Native American Indian series by Edward S. Curtis. Curtis, who set out to record western Native American Tribal life at the beginning of the twentieth century, published his work in 20 volumes of text and photos, along with 20 volumes of portfolio prints.

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American Indian College Fund Hosts Convening on Research Conducted at Tribal Colleges and Universities

The American Indian College Fund is a leader in sponsoring tribal college and university (TCU) research projects about higher education in American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) communities and providing avenues for collecting and disseminating research.

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