The American Indian Pow Wow celebration that was scheduled for this weekend has been postponed until November.
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When Black Star Eyed Eagle Steven Garcia was a kid, he had a recurring dream about a red-tailed hawk. It wasn’t until the Tongva native was well into his 30s when he dreamt of the bird again. Two weeks later, he received two sets of red-tail feathers from two different[Read More…]
As the steady sound of drums and singing filled the air, Shigo Biiliilitso, or Yellow Horse felt the music in his heart. Holding his baby in his arms, the 23-year-old Navajo circled the Central Quad along with members of other tribes, all connecting through the music as they stomped on[Read More…]
From young children to elders, different tribes from across California came together to display the way they dress, celebrate and create, at the 49th annual Pow Wow on Long Beach State’s campus this weekend. Pow Wow showcased decades of American Indian tradition from dance style to the food served. “It’s[Read More…]
“RAIN OR SHINE!” headlined flyers for the 49th annual Puvungna Pow Wow and Outreach at Long Beach State. Shine it did. Each thunderous drum hit galvanized a resounding turnout of guests singing and dancing together on the Central Quad Saturday afternoon. One of the biggest events of its kind in[Read More…]
After the California State University system audited student organizations at Long Beach State earlier this year, it found “operational, administrative, and financial” issues that will change the way Associated Students Inc. administers funds and how clubs organize events. Auditors found that 26 out of the 40 LBSU sports clubs were[Read More…]