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Workshop Offered on Healing from Historical Trauma

Robbie Paul
by Shana Lombard, Communications Assistant

 

Native American Programs will host a historical trauma workshop 4 pm. – 9 p.m. Friday, February 23, and 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Saturday, February 24 at Casa Latina for students and the community to learn how to identify trauma in their family and establish personal tools to apply healing to themselves and their family. » More …

WSU Welcomes Native Students to Fall 2017

Canoeing on Lake Coeur d'Alene
by Faith Price, Assistant Director

 

WSU Native Programs welcomed 597 new and returning Native Cougs to campus in Fall 2017, with multiple activities designed for students to meet each other and faculty and staff.

New students in the Tribal Nation Building Leadership Program participated in a two-day orientation in August at the Coeur d’Alene Tribe’s picturesque Camp Larson.  » More …

Native Center News

Students visit at a community dinner
by Kay Kay Weso

 

Spring term is in full effect and we have been very engaged in activities, learning, and sharing food.  Our first event in January was to help students get scholarship ready with our Essay Extravaganza.  Faith taught insider tips and tricks to getting your scholarship essay noticed and our event included brainstorming and writing time to help everyone get a good start on their statements. » More …

Native Center News

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by Ke-Niah-Kiw “Kay Kay” Weso

 

Welcome to fall term Cougs!

I hope that your year so far has been exciting, interesting, and fun.  If it hasn’t been, you need to get involved in the Native Center, as we have had fun events nearly every week!

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