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Volume 24, No. 1 – Fall 2012
At many tribal colleges, storytelling is an integral part of the curricula. Students learn from elders—and also learn to craft their own narratives.
At the College of Menominee Nation, playwriting students learn to write their own stories, then perform them for audiences.
Even though the American Indian Higher Education Consortium (AIHEC) Student Conference in Rapid City, SD, was months ago, I’m still feeling energized by the enthusiasm students brought to the conference and awestruck at the dedication of AIHEC staff and tribal college presidents,