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The new identity center opened, but the reveal was delayed.

Native American campus community prepares for new Native Resource Center

by Aleah Jarin, Staff Writer // March 21, 2020

San Diego State's Native American population will now have a home of its own on campus: the Native Resource Center. The Native Resource Center, along...

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Jacob Alvarado Waipuk was recently named the university’s first ever Tribal Liaison.

University names first Tribal Liaison to enhance American Indian representation, educational opportunity

by Jadyn Brandt, Senior Staff Writer // March 11, 2020

When Jacob Alvarado Waipuk graduated from San Diego State in 2014, he knew he would go on to make a difference in his community. What he didn’t know...

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Informing students about Native American objectification

Informing students about Native American objectification

by Chandler Atkins, Staff Writer // October 27, 2016

On Oct. 25, Cutcha Risling Baldy, an assistant professor in the American Indian Studies Department at San Diego State, gave a presentation in the Conrad...

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Historical context sheds light on Thanksgiving horrors

Historical context sheds light on Thanksgiving horrors

by Matthew Smith // December 3, 2013

Thanksgiving has become the most tasteless holiday in the U.S. I’m not talking about the god-awful turkey we eat every year. I’m talking about the...

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