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State of Indian Nations speaker wants brighter future for youths

April 9, 2009 by Andi Murphy Round Up The NMSU Indian Resource Development program brought one Ohkay Owingeh (formerly San Juan Pueblo) to campus so he could speak of Native American issues and spread a bit of hope by bringing up plans to resolve those issues.Joe A. Garcia is the president of the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI), the largest group representing more than 250 trib More »

A true Native American Princess wins title

April 6, 2009 by Andi Murphy Round Up A new Miss Native American NMSU was crowned Friday night after a tie between the first runner-up and the new princess was resolved by judges and organizers. Jackie Silago, 19, a sophomore majoring in social work is the 2009-10 Miss Native American NMSU princess. She is a Navajo from Crownpoint, N.M., a small town on the eastern edge of the Navajo res More »

State of Indian Nations address to discuss tribes across the country

April 2, 2009 by Andi Murphy Round Up Speech will feature a picnic and discussion time for Native American On April 7 at 1 p.m. at the lawn west of the Educational Services building, the NMSU and Las Cruces community is welcome to listen to the State of Indian Nations address by Joe A. Garcia, president of the National Congress of American Indians. Garcia's State of Indian Nations address More »

NMSU hosts American Indian Week

March 25, 2009 by Louie Calderon NMSU News Center The 45th annual American Indian Week will be held March 30-April 4 at New Mexico State University.The week will kick off with the Parade of Nations, where members of the NMSU chapters of the United Native Americans Organization, the American Indian Science and Engineering Society and the Native American Business Student Association, will wal More »

President of American Indian advocacy group to speak at NMSU

March 24, 2009 by Louie Calderon NMSU News Center Joe A. Garcia, president of the National Congress of American Indians, will be making his “State of the Indian Nations” address at 1 p.m. Tuesday, April 7, on the lawn west of the pond at New Mexico State University. The NCAI is situated in Washington D.C. and is the foremost American Indian advocacy organization in the U.S. representing More »

Art, heritage shared for American Indian Week

March 19, 2009 by Andi Murphy NMSU Round Up The Pueblos are known to be a secretive group of people, but for American Indian Week - after spring break- Hopi and Cochiti presenters will share some of their artistic culture with NMSU on April 4 at the outdoor stage east of Corbett. Spencer Nutima, Hopi from Old Oraibi, Ariz. makes Kachinas, Hopi figurines that represent the spirits of animals, More »

Joe Gladstone in “Native Scholar” magazine

Fall 2008 by The PhD Project Joe Gladstone, a graduate student in the Management Department PhD program, is featured in the PhD Project in "Native Scholar" magazine. More »

NMSU Digital Pathways mentors understand tribal members’ needs

March 12, 2007 by Jane Moorman NMSU News Center OHKAY OWINGEH PUEBLO – Wenona Brascoupé knows personally the emotional strain associated with leaving the tribal community to attend college. The Tesuque Pueblo member left home after high school to attend college at New Mexico State University in Las Cruces. “I didn’t even know where Las Cruces was. It was the longest road trip of m More »

New Mexico State University to offer programs at Pueblo of Acoma

Sept. 16, 2004 by Karl Hill NMSU News Center Students at the Pueblo of Acoma soon will be able to earn New Mexico State University degrees without leaving home. Officials of the pueblo and the university have formalized a partnership designed to increase the enrollment, retention and academic achievement of students from the pueblo, as well as other American Indian students in the area. More »