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College Board’s Native American Student Advocacy Institute 2013

University of Montana-Missoula and Salish Kootenai College in Pablo, MT May 30 and 31, 2013 Attendees: Justin McHorse and Michael Ray of the American Indian Program NASAI is a product of American Indian higher education professionals and leaders who desired an organization with the purpose of supporting, advancing, and empowering Native Americans in higher education. […]

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Zia Pueblo recognized on Centennial Game Day

On Saturday, September 22, 2012, between the third and fourth quarters of the NMSU vs. UNM football game, Zia Pueblo was recognized for its Sun symbol and given credit for its presence on the New Mexico State Flag. Representing Zia Pueblo were Mr. Wilfred Shije, Governor and Mr. Peter Pino, Tribal Administrator. The invitation to […]

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Millennial students as leaders at NMSU

With the start of the semester, I have had the opportunity to meet student leaders at several evening events over the past few weeks. These students all share in various leadership roles in groups ranging from American Indian and Black programs, our GLBTQA community, Chicano programs, to the Greek system and ASNMSU, our student government. They can expect to pick up […]

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