Fall 2002 TCJ Student Edition

2002 TCJ STUDENT EDITION
An annual publication of Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education. Both the journal and this student issue are published by the American Indian Higher Education Consortium, an organization of the 35 tribally-controlled colleges in the United States and Canada.

© Copyright 2002 by Tribal College Journal

Guest editor: Sally Hubbard is a freelance editor and poet in Cortez, CO, and a former associate editor of Studies in English Literature 1500-1900 at Rice University. She has edited the student edition for six years.

ON THE COVER: Twenty-two year-old Anongonse Migwans Beam is an Ojibway of M'chigeeng, First Nation in Canada. She was a student at the Institute of American Indian Art in Santa Fe, NM, when she produced this collage. She is pursuing a program in special studies painting and photography.

The text says, "I seem to remember. .. playing on the edge. Recall, Memory, is Such an illusion. I look back and you are hazy, cloudy and thin. Is that my recollection or just you... I seem to remember playing on the edge. Something smells of Caramel and Violets. I seem to remember there was a calm before the violence."


IntroductionBy Luci Tapahonso
A Hero's Story By Paul Chavez
Scarves By Melinda Caye
The Scars to Remind Me By Lela Schwitzer
In the Hands of an Abuser By Yvonne Cantrell
Thanksgiving Surprise By Rachel H. Reuben
Sprinklers and Pools By Ree Morsette
The Story of a Strongheart By Mark L. Mindt
Two Best Friends By Amy L. Bearstail
Introspection By Tamara Moore-LeBeau
Grandpa Potts By Faith Butterfly
For My Son By Linda Jones
Daddy Loves You By Dustina Gill
Dear George W. By Manuel Gullatt, Jr.
Small Enginish By Pansy Goodall
Two Poems By Thomas Spint
Virtuosity By Joel Tohtsonie
Lakota Blood By Danielle Rose Black Fox
My Hero By Samuel M. Bird In Ground
Sleep-Deprived Lullaby By Lydia Zilkoski
How it Feels to be an Indian Man By Thomas Yeahpau