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Diné College a Finalist for Four Marketing and Public Relations Awards

TSAILE, Ariz. – Competing against 148 eligible community colleges across five western U.S. states, and seven Commonwealths and Republics and the territory of Guam, the Diné College Marketing and Communications Department was informed this week that it is a finalist for four marketing and public relations awards from NCMPR.

Diné College to Explore the Presence of Microbes in the Sub-surface of Yellowstone National Park

TUBA CITY, Ariz. — Pools and springs on the surface of Yellowstone National Park have always been a matter of interest for scientists who believe in the presence of microbes in that zone, especially bacteria that are heat-loving and can consume minerals in hot underground water.

Diné College’s Fall 2020 Student Enrollment Exceeds Expectations

TSAILE, Ariz. — Diné College reported a Fall 2020 student enrollment of more than 1,300 and returning students were met with some big changes.

Diné College Students Create Navajo Code Talker Ceremony Films

TSAILE, Ariz. — The lives of the Navajo Code Talkers have constantly been shaped into stories we hear about on a daily basis. Nine of those stories were featured in a film ceremony Friday as part of Navajo Code Talkers Day.

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Tribesourcing Video

Tribesourcing with Rhiannon SorrellAdding new narrations to historical films, Tribesourcing brings untold or suppressed stories to Native communities. Diné College Librarian Rhiannon Sorrell shares with the PBS show “Colores” how inaccurate or culturally uninformed films are an opportunity for Indigenous peoples to reclaim their voices.

T’áá awólí bee: Navajo Contemporary Arts Virtual Lecture Series – Barbara Teller Ornelas and Lynda Teller Pete (Weavers)

Join us as sisters, Barbara Teller Ornelas and Lynda Teller Pete, from Two Grey Hills, New Mexico discuss their weaving lives from their modest beginnings to their inspiring work with the Heard Museum. In this talk with these 5th Generation Diné Weavers we will also gain insight to their literary projects such as “Spider Woman’s Children, Navajo Weavers Today” (2018) and their up and coming instructional text, “How to Weave a Navajo Rug and Other Lessons from Spider Woman” (October, 2020).

T’áá awólí bee: Navajo Contemporary Arts Virtual Lecture Series – Beverly Blacksheep “Traditional Contemporary: Looking Back, Moving Forward”

Navajo painter, Beverly Blacksheep’s illustrations and paintings are well-known throughout Navajo country and abroad. Many of her portrayals of Navajo women, motherhood, and traditional life ways have garnered accolades at the southwest Indian markets, including the coveted Intertribal Indian Ceremonial poster centerpiece in 1994. Join us as Beverly discusses her rise to fame, including her inspirations, challenges and the significance of her latest pieces.

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