24-1 Fall 2012 “Communicating Yesterday’s Stories Today” Table of Contents

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24-1 FALL 2012Features

The Art of Storytelling
By Barbara Ellen Sorensen
At many tribal colleges, storytelling is an integral part of the curricula. Students learn from elders—and also learn to craft their own narratives. TCJ PAID CONTENT

Stories for the Stage
By Ryan Winn
At the College of Menominee Nation, playwriting students learn to write their own stories, then perform them for audiences. TCJ PAID CONTENT

TCJ Student
In the introduction, Gordon Henry (White Earth Chippewa) addresses student writers and extols the transformative potential of creative work.

31st AIHEC Student Conference
March 24-27, 2012, Rapid City, SD
Photographers share just a few of the highlights at the annual conference in Rapid City, SD.

Departments

Dear Readers: A Measure of What’s Important
By Rachael Marchbanks

Editor’s Essay: Stories From the Heart
By Laura Paskus

Letters

Tribal College News

Resource Guide
By Ryan Winn

ON THE COVER: “Ceremony Before the Hunt” by Evans Flammond, Sr. (Sicangu/Lakota). Visit his website at www.dreamhorsecreations5150.com.

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