A steady drumbeat filled Lerner Party Space last night as about 120 students and faculty celebrated Native American Heritage Month.
Native American Council
We must remember the history of the Lenape people who lived here before us.
Columbia engineering students are campaigning to start an undergraduate chapter of the national American Indian Science and Engineering Society, an organization geared toward promoting the science and engineering fields.
After taking an anthropology class with professor Audra Simpson, Lakota Pochedley turned her sights on her own heritage and decided to major in Native American studies.
Over 500 people have signed an online petition calling for Columbia to fund the creation of a plaque on the Morningside Heights campus that would recognize Lenni Lenape territory.
Students and faculty take action to support Idle No More, a grassroots movement that is protesting a Canadian bill that changes land management on indigenous peoples' reserves.
In an email resigning as chair of the Greek Judicial Board, Matthew Renick blasted the administration for not giving AEPi and Pi Kappa Alpha their old brownstones back.
Council members said that the group’s needs have been largely ignored and that administrators should do more to recruit Native students.
The Brownstone Review Committee selected Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Epsilon Pi, Lambda Phi Epsilon, Manhattan House by the Native American Council, Pi Kappa Alpha, and Q House as finalists for three brownstones last month. Winners will be announced by Nov. 30.
A brownstone for indigenous people would attract more indigenous students at Columbia.
Dec 12, 4:16pm
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Dec 12, 11:29am
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