TRIBAL COLLEGE JOURNAL

ND Trailblazer, Staunch Advocate for Native American Rights Harriett Skye Dies at 86

She later moved to Bismarck, where she took a job leading public relations at United Tribes Technical College. She was an editor of United Tribes News, the college's monthly newspaper, and hosted a television program called "Indian Country Today," which aired from 1973 to 1984 on the local NBC affiliate, KFYR-TV.

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Begaye Signs Proclamation for Diné College’s 50th Anniversary

"Fifty years is quite an achievement. We're really proud to have a college of our own. We still hear the Diné College name all over the country, and it reminds us of our legacy and our commitment to move forward," Begaye said in a press release from his office.

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New Initiative Seeks to Unite Native-Serving Institutions

While tribal colleges often emphasize cultural heritage, 90 percent of American Indian or Alaska Native students attend institutions that serve broader populations. To provide a more inclusive setting for these students, the grant from Lumina will help establish cultural affinity groups and academic support resources at the 26 participating institutions.

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American Indian College Fund Announces Recipients for Environmental Design and Stewardship Program to Restore Native Knowledge

Groundwater contamination, erosion, lack of access to healthy foods, and poor air quality are just some of the environmental concerns facing American Indian communities across the United States.

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Leech Lake Tribal College Receives Grant from College Fund for Environmental Education

Leech Lake Tribal College (LLTC) is pleased to announce that the American Indian College Fund has awarded the college $100,000 as part of the Scholarly Emergence for Environmental Design and Stewardship (SEEDS) program.

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