LAST REAL INDIANS

University of North Dakota and Time-Out Week 2014 by BJ Rainbow

Indian Studies Association’s mission statement says that they are to promote a better understanding of cultures between students, faculty, staff and the greater grand forks region. To encourage communication among student and alumni members, faculty, staff and administration.

To establish a sense of community among all UND Indian studies majors and minors. To help with the recruitment and retention of students into the Indian studies department.

To foster a closer relationship between current Indian studies students and Indian studies alumni. Increase cultural awareness by providing workshops and other events throughout the academic school year.

READ MORE HERE: http://lastrealindians.com/university-of-north-dakota-and-time-out-week-2014-by-robert-rainbow/

University of North Dakota and Time-Out Week 2014 by BJ Rainbow

Indian Studies Association’s mission statement says that they are to promote a better understanding of cultures between students, faculty, staff and the greater grand forks region. To encourage communication among student and alumni members, faculty, staff and administration.

To establish a sense of community among all UND Indian studies majors and minors. To help with the recruitment and retention of students into the Indian studies department.

To foster a closer relationship between current Indian studies students and Indian studies alumni. Increase cultural awareness by providing workshops and other events throughout the academic school year.

READ MORE HERE: http://lastrealindians.com/university-of-north-dakota-and-time-out-week-2014-by-robert-rainbow/

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I get numerous letters from credit card companies telling me I’m pre-approved for a credit card with outrageous interest rates and fees. I didn’t want to waste the pre-paid envelope, so here’s what I sent back to them. It reads:
“Dear Citi Card
I am not now, nor will I ever be interested in your “subprime” credit card featuring 39.9% (APR) and $60 annual fee. However, I didn’t want to waste your prepaid stamped envelope, so I drew this picture of what I hope will be the future relationship between your company and me. (You’re the one with the gun)
Sincerely
Steven Paul Judd