Part of the familyAug 15th, 2012 | By mryall | Category: 24-1: Communicating Yesterday's Stories Today
I am pleased by the uploading of Tribal College Journal onto the Internet. Being a former student at Lac Courte Oreilles Ojibwe Community College (Hayward, WI), my article, “Conquering the Dream Killers: Fear, Doubt, Worry, and Guilt,” was published in the 2005 student edition. I am so pleased that former published authors are among the spirit of the TCJ archives. Many of my former teachers and tribal college leaders in the tribal academic world have been published by this esteemed journal. I love TCJ because it is a reflection on tribal culture, studies, and traditional knowledge. TCJ points the way to excellence.
Mary Ellen Ryall – Shell Lake, WI
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