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Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders win big in New Hampshire vote
National | Politics
Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders win big in New Hampshire vote (February 10, 2016)
The Republican real estate mogul and the Democratic candidate easily beat their rivals in the second presidential primary of the 2016 election cycle.

Ted Cruz wins GOP caucus as Hillary Clinton claims victory in Iowa
National | Politics
Ted Cruz wins GOP caucus as Hillary Clinton claims victory in Iowa (February 2, 2016)
The Republican Senator from Texas cruised past front-runner Donald Trump as the former Secretary of State claimed victory over Bernie Sanders.

Massachusetts court issued bounties for scalps of Abenakis
National
Massachusetts court issued bounties for scalps of Abenakis (November 12, 2015)
Hannah Duston struck back after her infant daughter was killed during King William's War in 1697.

Dartmouth removes director of Native program after controversy
Education | National
Dartmouth removes director of Native program after controversy (October 2, 2015)
Susan Taffe Reed will continue to work at Dartmouth College in New Hampshire but won't be in charge of the Native American program there.

Native alumni at Dartmouth call for removal of Native program hire
Education | National
Native alumni at Dartmouth call for removal of Native program hire (October 1, 2015)
The Native American Alumni Association of Dartmouth College says questions about Susan Taffe Reed's heritage will hinder her ability to do her job.

Andre Cramblit: Dartmouth makes wrong call for Native students
Education | Opinion
Andre Cramblit: Dartmouth makes wrong call for Native students (September 29, 2015)
Uh oh! Looks like Dartmouth stepped right in the middle of a steaming pile of controversy.

Christie Michelle Poitra: Stop hating those non-recognized tribes
Opinion | Federal Recognition
Christie Michelle Poitra: Stop hating those non-recognized tribes (September 23, 2015)
To say a tribe is not a tribe because they have been unsuccessful at gaining state and federal recognition is victim blaming.

Brandon Ecoffey: Dartmouth welcomes Native box-checkers
Education | Opinion
Brandon Ecoffey: Dartmouth welcomes Native box-checkers (September 23, 2015)
I have always wondered why Dartmouth loves to highlight their authentic Native community on their brochures and during their annual pow-wow but cannot succeed in recruiting more than a handful of reservation born students each year.

Dartmouth claims key Native hire comes from tribal background
Education | National
Dartmouth claims key Native hire comes from tribal background (September 21, 2015)
A Dartmouth College spokesperson and a professor are defending the hiring of Susan Taffe Reed, who belongs to a group that admits anyone who wants to join.

Head of Native program at Dartmouth won't discuss heritage
Education | National
Head of Native program at Dartmouth won't discuss heritage (September 17, 2015)
Susan Taffe Reed belongs to the Eastern Delaware Nations, a group that lacks federal recognition and admits anyone who wants to join.

Native Sun News:  Protest divides    Dartmouth's Native students
Education | National
Native Sun News: Protest divides Dartmouth's Native students (May 1, 2013)
A recent protest and the response to it by Dartmouth’s Native American student group has left the Native Alumni of Dartmouth at odds with the Ivy League college’s current Native American students.

Review: Exhibits showcase Native art from past and present
Arts & Entertainment
Review: Exhibits showcase Native art from past and present (February 3, 2012)
"Two of the most thrilling shows you are likely to see this year, both devoted to Native American art, are showing concurrently in New England. Both are filled with astounding...

NHPR: Museum at  Dartmouth University   showcases Indian art
Arts & Entertainment
NHPR: Museum at Dartmouth University showcases Indian art (November 22, 2011)
"For Native Americans, Thanksgiving is not a cause for celebration. The holiday commemorating the survival – thanks to the Wampanoag tribe – of early settlers also marks the first wave...

Mi'gmaq men from Canada to be extradited  in 1988 murder case
Canada | Law
Mi'gmaq men from Canada to be extradited in 1988 murder case (September 20, 2011)
Two Mi'gmaq men from the Listuguj First Nation in Quebec face extradition to the U.S. to face murder charges. Matthew Barnaby and David Caplin grew up on the Restigouche Reserve....

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