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Diné art professor loves her work, community

As a college professor of printmaking and art, Melanie Yazzie gets inspiration from her Navajo culture and abroad.

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With $1.8M grant, educators set out to ‘Indigenize’ classrooms

Native American people, their culture, and their languages have historically been excluded in all levels of educational curriculum.

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REDW coaches life skills at Santa Fe Indian School

Notah Begay continues to give back to the Native community through his partnership with the accounting firm, REDW.

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GMCS to meet today

The Gallup-McKinley County School Board will meet at the Tse’ Y’ Gai High School in Pueblo Pintado this afternoon at 2 p.m.

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Greyhills finds next generation of innovators

It is said that a full moon triggers strange behavior, said Joaquin Kootswatewa.

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Putting words in their mouths

Teaching the languages of the soul at home and abroad

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Naschitti Elementary School hosts first indigenous cultural exposé

After spending years listening to discussions on governmental development and getting to know other Navajo scholars, Dwight Largie of Naschitti, N.M., knew that now was an opportune time to help organize and develop a unique weeklong Navajo culturally inspired event

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Aiming for The Red Planet

SIPI Students perform out-of-this-world research

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A burning passion for diversity

Diné woman wins first Blazing Flame Award from AISES

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Diné named assistant dean of vet college at CSU

Gilbert John, a Navajo born in Shiprock, has been hired at his alma mater as an assistant dean for research in the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at Colorado State University.