Native Teacher Program students at The College of St. Scholastica filmed this video, in Ojibwe, about their first day of school. Different locations in the College's iconic Tower Hall and around campus are highlighted. A great Ojibwe language lesson!
CSS gets grant for Ojibwe Language and Culture Program
Duluth News Tribune July 28, 2009
"March Point" Film Screening at St. Scholastica, A Native Lens production. One-time showing! Tuesday, January 13th, 2009 at 5:30-7:00 p.m. Includes pre-film social gathering and film screening followed by a discussion.
OLCE Student Edith Howes was feature as one of the "Twenty Under Forty" in the Duluth News Tribune September 8, 2008 issue.
"Older Than America" Film premieres in Cloquet, Minnesota. Duluth News Tribune April 1, 2008
Ojibwe Focus Draws Native Students - Duluth News Tribune February 17, 2008
The College of St. Scholastica's American Indian Music and Art Festival features internationally acclaimed performers. Press release March 28, 2007.
"Times" St. Scholastica publication features Patrick LeGarde's drum making process, among other aspects of the program. The drum now belongs to the OLCE program community. (See pages 8-11) December 2008 issue
Duluth News Tribune No simple answers to myriad woes facing American Indians June 04, 2008. OLCE student, Kyra Paitrick, responds to May 25th Duluth News Tribune article entitled "Painful Emergence"