28-year Quest Ends With Degree

May 15th, 2009 | By | Category: 20-4: Tribal College Leadership and Vision, Tribal College News

Tribal Environmental Science graduate Joshua B. Logg, Jr. (Cheyenne River) greets a well-wisher during Fall Honoring on Dec. 19, 2008, at United Tribes Technical College. The event culminated a 28-year quest for Logg, 50, to become a college graduate. “I believe in the words of the great boxer Muhammad Ali,” Logg wrote in an essay. “Inside of a ring or out, there ain’t nothing wrong with going down. It’s staying down that’s wrong.” Including Logg, there were a total of 23 mid-year graduates. Twenty-one of the grads earned Associate of Applied Science Degrees; two earned Certificates of Completion in the field of Medical Transcription.  Photo by United Tribes News

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