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Native American Students at Cornell (NASAC) is the Native undergraduate student voice on campus. NASAC provides a forum for students to discuss issues that concern them as native peoples. This student organization promotes awareness of Native cultures and issues on campus and in Indigenous communities across Indian Country. Many NASAC members have been active or are currently involved in several university boards and have seats on program committees that are influencing changes within the student service administration. We encourage Native students at Cornell to join us in our many activities throughout the year. 

NASAC Idle No More demonstration, Ho Plaza, Cornell University (2013).


Spring 2015 Ivy Native Summit- Harvard University

10th Annual Ivy Native Council Spring Conference | April 10-12th, 2015

NASAC members attended the Ivy Native Summit to participate in a discussion entitled, "Economic Vibrancy in 21st Century Native Communities."

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fall 2014 Ivy Native Summit- Brown University

"Laugh | Heal | Resist: Confronting Historical Trauma through Performance Art" (October 3-5 th, 2014)

NASAC members attended the Ivy Native Summit to participate in a discussion entitled, "Laugh, Heal, Resist: An Exploration" as well as enjoy a performance by James and Ernie Comedy.

 

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