Ancient Cultures Modern Technology

Volume 15, No. 4 – Summer 2004

Features

Opinion

  • Distance Education Comes Home

    STUDENT USING COMPUTERNot that long ago, “distance education” for American Indian people meant boarding schools. Federal agents and missionaries ripped children from their parents’ arms and transported them to far away boarding schools where they were detained,

Profile

  • Tommy Merino: 40 years of fighting for Indian education

    While his resume may read like that of thousands of active American veterans and others of the “Greatest Generation” who survived World War II, Tommy Merino is a man of distinction. He is one of the most active Native American elders in the country. But his early years began with challenges.

Media Reviews

Twiniversity:
Life of a College Mom

HONORING MMIW

Oh, the Places You'll Go

Dips in the road like being fired or a spell of procrastination and lack of motivation can create mishaps. What really makes a difference is how we rise. Read more →