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The 2021 Native American Symposium: Native Presence & Survival Shaping Native Futures, a virtual conference presented by Southeastern Oklahoma State University.

Native American Symposium: Native Presence & Survival Shaping Native Futures

Julianna Blanton and Emily Dahl November 9, 2021

The Native American Institute at Southeastern Oklahoma State University will be presenting its 14th biennial Native American Symposium on Friday, Nov. 12. In recognition of the trials of 2020, this...

Schedule of events happening during the month of Native November.

Native November 2021

Trevor Heath and Emily Dahl November 8, 2021

As we enter the second week of Native November, cultural events are in full swing on campus. Southeastern Oklahoma State University is made up of a very large portion of Native American students, 28...

Traditional Choctaw food served at the Choctaw Cultural Center. The dish is the Chahta plate, which is made daily.

Connecting to culture through traditional foods

Josie Frazier, Contributor November 2, 2021

Traditional foods made in Native American tribes were once almost forgotten, but efforts in recent years by cultural groups have led to a comeback in the use of traditional foods. Generations current...

Several students from Southeastern, including sophomore Elysa Hernandez (pictured
third from the left) and freshman Ricardo Rojas Jr. (pictured second from the right), attended the
Celebrando Cultura Hispana in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month.

Southeastern students embrace their heritage for Hispanic Heritage Month

Addison Martin, News Editor October 6, 2021

For people of the Hispanic culture, National Hispanic Heritage Month is important because it gives them the opportunity to celebrate the history and culture of their family. National Hispanic Heritage...

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