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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.

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DODE calls for criminal investigation of Borrego Pass School

A letter of complaint against the board of Borrego Pass School, known in Navajo as Dibé Yazhi Ha’bitiin Ji’ Ołta, has escalated into calls for an investigation by the Navajo Nation Attorney General.

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NTU continues to grow with new student union, library

When Navajo Technical University opened the doors to its new library and Student Union Building last week, it also unveiled a new era in education.

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Diné Oxford grad ready to help Native communities

Molita Yazzie remembers herself as a teen mom, holding her child and thinking, “My life is over.”

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First Mesa Youth Center making a positive impact on youth

Elvira Sanchez, director of the First Mesa Youth Center, believes the youth program reduces the chances of students resorting to drugs and alcohol.

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Laying a foundation

CTE teachers train students to fill masonry skills gap

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MV Utah students win at county fair

Last month, five students from Monument Valley High School (Utah) won ribbons after entering their projects in the San Juan County Fair.