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Very Sad News CSULB Alumna Morning Star (Mary) Meyers Passed Away

Posted on June 13, 2014 by Craig Stone

 

Ti’at Restoration Update

Posted on April 28, 2014 by Craig Stone

This summer we will be moving the Ti’at to CSULB and CSULB Students will be able to participate repairing the Ti’at and learning more about the meaning and significance of this ocean going canoe during the Fall semester of 2014.
Contact Vincent Holguin for more information at: business238@yahoo.com
In the Spring of 2014, Marcus Lopez (Chumash) kicked off [...]

 

Over 200 Attend Lecture by Artist Edgar Heap of Birds

Posted on March 22, 2014 by Craig Stone

Over 200 attend the lecture of internationally acclaimed artist, Edgar Heap of Birds. The lecture about his work took place onTuesday, April 15, at 7:00 pm at the William Link Theater (UT-108) Followed by a book signing of Heap of Birds’ book from the 2007 Venice Biennial including a DVD.
 Link to Video of his California/Tongva  Native Hosts / [...]

 

Very Sad News

Posted on March 13, 2014 by Craig Stone

 
Dr. Troy Johnson 
It is with great sadness that we inform the community of the passing of CSULB Professor Emeritus, Dr. Troy Johnson.  During his tenure at CSULB, Dr. Johnson was the Director of the American Indian Studies Program (1994 -2013), Chair of Anthropology (2006-2007) and a Professor of History.  Dr. Johnson was most well known for his [...]

 

44th Annual CSULB Pow Wow at Puvungna

Posted on March 11, 2014 by Craig Stone

Artist Chris Diaz presented Interim President Don Para with a carved paddle on Saturday afternoon at the  44th annual Pow Wow.  Chris was asked by the American Indian Community at CSULB to create an artwork to honor CSULB Interim President Don Para for his continued support of the American Indian Community at CSULB.     [...]

 

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