TRIBAL COLLEGE JOURNAL

IAIA, Santa Fe Independent Film Fest Team Up to Screen Spherical Films

This new addition to the Santa Fe Independent Film Festival’s diverse programming will not only allow SFIFF to screen the most cutting-edge spherical films, but also invite the audience to experience the incredible 360° experience of the IAIA Digital Dome.

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“We Got a Good Education” Recalls Former Diné College Student

The Diné College of yesteryear is nothing like what it is today, particularly when it comes to academics. The associate’s and bachelor’s degree programs have expanded and the number of students attending the college continues to grow. In the beginning,

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Little Big Horn College to Host Symposium on Crow Indian Treaties of 1868

The symposium includes lectures, interactive panel discussions, an exhibit of documents and films that provide multidisciplinary accounts of the people and issues that were important at the time of the 1868 treaties and ramifications of the treaties, historically and today.

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By the Numbers: Saginaw Chippewa Tribal College Has Lowest Tuition for Michigan’s 2-Year Schools

Michigan residents pay $2,040 to attend Saginaw Chippewa Tribal College – the lowest tuition among two-year schools in the state, according to a Watchdog analysis of federal tuition data for 2017-18.

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Tommy Orange: ‘There’s a monolithic version of what a Native American is supposed to be’

Tommy Orange is a Native American writer. He teaches creative writing at the Institute of American Indian Arts and his debut novel, There There (Harvill Secker, £14.99), is a New York Times bestseller.

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