The Decline in Male Native American College Enrollment: Perspectives and Strategies January 26, 2012
When asking why fewer Native American males are choosing to not continue their education after high school, while the number of Native American women is increasing, there is no one clear answer. There are however many reasons and factors as to why Native males are struggling to find their way into a college class room.
Blackfeet remember Montana’s greatest Indian massacre January 25, 2012
Bozeman Daily Chronicle: (A)t once all of the seizers began shooting into the lodges. Chief Heavy Runner ran from his lodge toward the seizers on the (river) bank. He was shouting to them and waving a paper … a writing saying that he was a good and peaceful man, a friend of the whites. He had run but a few steps when he fell, his body pierced with bullets."
Breaking into biology: Brunelle plows new ground as American Indian researcher December 12, 2011
Dale Brunelle has always wanted to know how things worked. Now he knows more than most about the genetic machinery that controls the growth of corn. A member of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa in Belcourt, N.D., he will receive a Master of Science degree in biology today at UND’s winter commencement. He plans to continue his work at UND to earn a doctoral degree in genetics, said his mentor and adviser, Bill Sheridan, professor of biology.