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College Resources Center staff Jennifer Pigeon, left, Manager Chrissy Marsh and Executive Director Ron Etheridge discuss the upcoming rush of applicants for Cherokee Nation scholarships. The application period for most scholarships will remain open until mid-June. D. SEAN ROWLEY/CHEROKEE PHOENIX
Application deadline looms for several awards offered to college and high school students.
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Camp Cherokee participant Ella Mounce baits the hook of a turtle trap as fish and wildlife camp instructor Dr. Paul Shipman observes during the 2018 residential camp. COURTESY
Camp Cherokee is free to CN citizens and exposes youth to arts, culture, traditional games, storytelling and activities that focus on science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
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Railey Eastwood is a Cherokee Nation Teaching Program participant who is attending Northeastern State University to become a Cherokee language teacher. COURTESY
Larry Carney, a Cherokee Nation Teaching Program participant, works on writing in the Cherokee language. The program gives students learning the Cherokee language the chance to earn an education degree at Northeastern State University. COURTESY
The Cherokee Nation Teaching Program gives future Cherokee speakers a chance to earn an education degree at Northeastern State University.
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Having graduated from Princeton, Cherokee Nation citizen Chance Fletcher is now a student of Harvard Law School. COURTESY
Chance Fletcher, the first recipient of the American Indian College Fund Law School Scholarship, attends Harvard Law.
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The exhibit draws attention to the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Me Too movements.
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The Orion Nebula inspired this painting by Harvard student and sci-fi enthusiast Ashley Anderson. Anderson, a Cherokee Nation citizen, said she loves astronomy and reads science fiction novels. COURTESY
Cherokee Nation citizen Ashley Anderson is a Harvard University senior who will graduate this spring with a major in history literature.
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Northeastern State University will host a Women in Leadership lecture featuring Marilyn Vann at 2 p.m. on Feb. 26 in the Webb Auditorium.
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The onsite fair at Oklahoma State University is limited to 200 participants. The deadline to register is Feb. 23.
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The CNMS receives desktop computers each year to present to deserving students who are chosen by their school leaders.
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In this May 11, 2018 photo, Thomas Gray, left and Lloyd Gray stand with the Sangre de Cristo Mountains in the background outside Santa Fe, New Mexico. An attorney for the two Native American brothers pulled from a Colorado State University tour told the school that campus officers violated the teens’ constitutional rights when they questioned and patted them down without any suspicion of a crime. MARY HUDETZ/ASSOCIATED PRESS
The report is a tool for higher education institutions to advance the visibility of Native American students at their institutions.
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The classes include self-defense education and classes to recognize and respond to stalking.
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