7-1 Summer 1995 “Looking to the Future” Table of Contents

May 15th, 1995 | By | Category: 7-1: Tribal Colleges Looking to the Future, Archives

7-1 SUMMER 1995 COVERFeatures

Tribal College of the Future
Tribal colleges are here to stay. But what will they look like in the next millennium?
By Paul Boyer TCJ PAID CONTENT

The Youngest College
A new college is born on the Spokane Reservation.
By Melissa Campobasso TCJ PAID CONTENT

The Eagle Spreads Its Wings
When a tribe controls its money, it controls its future.
By Carolyn Casey TCJ PAID CONTENT

Departments

Editor’s Essay: Thinking About the Future
By Paul Boyer

Research: The Broken Covenant
The first colleges in America were founded, at least in part, to educate Indians. They did not succeed.
By Bobby Wright TCJ PAID CONTENT

Research: Tribal College Faculty: The Demographics
By Kyle Patterson Cross and Phillip V. Slater TCJ PAID CONTENT

Opinion: What Tribal Colleges Teach
By Gerald Slater and Michael O’Donnell

Tribal College News

Media Reviews
By Jennifer Gray Reddish, Gregory Gagnon, and Carolyn Casey

ON THE COVER:  Raynette Finkbonner is helping tribes in the Northwest gain independence from the federal government through self governance. Pictured here on the shores of Puget Sound, she helps her granddaughter get a better view of the future. Photo by Philip A. Dwyer

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