Telling the Sioux story: UND prof writes book on tribe’s culture and customs November 16, 2011
Gregory Gagnon, who has studied American Indian culture for 31 years, has written the text book about the Sioux people. “Culture and Customs of the Sioux Indians,” he said, “presents a fair picture, in a general way, of the development of the Sioux Nation — what they did, how they lived, what they were like,” the UND Indian Studies professor said. “It’s a good starting point.”
By: Pamela Knudson, Grand Forks Herald
Little Priest Tribal College holds grand opening November 8, 2011
Sioux City journal: USDA Rural Development Nebraska State Director Maxine Moul will join the Little Priest Tribal College 1:30 p.m., Thursday for a grand opening to celebrate the completion of the college's maintenance and storage building.
Seven Montana Tribal Colleges Form Basketball League October 27, 2011
All seven of Montana's tribal colleges are playing in a new league called the Montana Tribal College Athletic Association. The league gives the tribal college teams a game schedule and serves as an incentive to attract young American Indians to college and retain them in school. The league’s regular season begins in November, with the league tournament scheduled for February 2012.