Media and Information

Volume 6, No. 1 – Summer 1994

Features

Opinion

  • Don’t Stop the Presses

    NY PRINTING INDUSTRIESThere is no shortage of information in Indian communities. Newspapers, radio and television make their way onto even the most iso­lated reservations. “One need only drive from Window Rock to Tuba City [Arizona] and see satellite dishes next to hogans to know that the reservation is changing,”

Profile

  • Not Just Another Wannabe

    One of the two valedictorians at the Navajo Community College graduation this spring looked a little out of place. Like the other graduates, she was dressed in tradi­tional Navajo attire: a cotton three-layered skirt, moccasins, and turquoise jewelry. Unlike most of the other students, however, Maribel came to the Navajo community by choice, not by birth.

Media Reviews

  • In The Absence of the Sacred

    IN THE ABSENCE OF THE SACREDBy Jerry Mander
    Sierra Club Books, 1991
    446 pages. $14

    Review by Brian Palecek

    A Sense of the Sacred

    Jerry Mander is best known for a book published in 1977 with the outrageous title,

2017 AIHEC Student Poetry Slam

AIHEC POETRY SLAM 2017

On the opening evening of the 2017 AIHEC Student Conference in Rapid City, students from an array of TCUs entertained conference goers with the spoken word at the annual poetry slam. View the video

Twiniversity:
Life of a College Mom

EL YUNQUE NATIONAL FOREST

Unity in Diversity

Sharing and passing down traditional knowledge enables us as tribal people to carry on our traditions, helping to guide our path into the future. Read more →