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CSUN 33rd Powwow brings awareness of American Indian culture to campus

Natvie Americans dance on the Oviatt Lawn

Stacey Arevalo

November 27, 2016

Tents formed a large circle on the Sierra Quad with a celebration booming at its core honoring the American Indian culture at CSUN as part of the Indigenous Awareness Month on Saturday. The crowd composed of CSUN students and Native people from different parts of Southern California did not mind the ra...

30th Annual CSUN Powwow attracts hundreds from the community

30th Annual CSUN Powwow attracts hundreds from the community

John Saringo-Rodriguez

November 30, 2013

American Indian dancers and singers wore their intricately-patterned garb and gave traditional performances for the hundreds of spectators during the 30th Annual CSUN Powwow. The event was hosted by the American Indian Student Association (AISA) at the Chicana/o House Lawn on Nov. 30 from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. T...

CSUN hosted its 27th Annual American Indian Studies Powwow Saturday

Christianna Triolo

November 28, 2010

Under the shade of several oak trees near the orange groves, CSUN hosted the 27th Annual American Indian Studies (AIS) Powwow.  The powwow closes National Native American Heritage Month that celebrates the culture, contributions and heritage of Native Americans.  It was an intimate gathering of d...

Professor injured March 4 honored at powwow

Krista Daly

March 21, 2010

The American Indian Studies professor involved in the March 4 standoff with police was honored at CSUN’s 26th annual powwow. Karren Baird-Olson, among others, was honored at the powwow by the Master of Ceremony Earl Neconie. The event held on Saturday, March 20 was filled with dances, songs and d...

CSUN hosting annual powwow

Kimberly Krieger

March 21, 2010

Los Angeles has the highest American Indian population in the United States, and on March 20, people representing various tribes will attend CSUN’s 26th Annual Powwow. American Indian Studies (AIS) Coordinator Scott D. Andrews said the main purposes of the Powwow are to be social, participate in...

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