UNM Kiva Club Concert Benefits Youth Group

By CHELSEA NAPPER The University of New Mexico’s Kiva Club hosted a benefit concert to support Diné-Pueblo Youth Solidarity Group on Nov. 19. This 14th annual event was free and open to the general public. The themes were “Missing, Murdered Indigenous Women” & “Protect Chaco.”
Read More

Native Peoples and Celebrating Halloween

By CHELSEA NAPPER With Halloween right around the corner, now is an opportune time to dig into the origins of this largely commercial American tradition. In response to an IAIA CHRONICLE survey, many respondent said that they were not aware of the origins of Halloween, nor the ways in which it was introduced to North...
Read More

Moon Veiwing on the IAIA Nature Trails

One night there was a beautiful full moon rising, so my friends and I decided to take a break from the collective stress of our homework and head out to the IAIA. nature trails and to make an occasion of enjoying the ginourmous new moon. We made several pots of green tea and packed up...
Read More