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Center Director Kaku-Ixt Mana Ina Haws and Assistant Professor, School of Language, Culture, and Society Luhui Whitebear poses in a mask acknowledging Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. The image of a red handprint has come to symbolize the MMIW movement as a way to represent the thousands of women who have been silenced.

‘We ought to be doing more’ for Native American Heritage Month

Sam Misa, News Contributor
November 1, 2021

Though there are more than 400 Native Americans living in Corvallis, Ore., which is located on Kalapuya land, Luhui Whitebear said “there isn’t much in town for Indigenous folk outside of Ina Haws.” Whitebear...

There are 13 creatures carved on this 800-year-old cedar tree totem pole, located in the Native American Longhouse, Eena Haws.

Indigenous people “will always be here”

Jaycee Kalama, News Reporter
October 14, 2019

Correction: This story has been edited to correct a statement attribute to Roman Cohen. On Tuesday, the Washington D.C. council voted in favor of the "Indigenous Peoples' Day Emergency Declaration Act...

Native American Longhouse Eena Haws

Native American Longhouse Eena Haws hosts Indigenous Peoples’ Day

Jaycee Kalama, News Contributor
October 8, 2018

What was once known as Columbus Day in Corvallis is now celebrated as Indigenous Peoples’ Day, as of Oct. 2017. Due to the activism of Native American students and staff, the holiday was changed on the...

The Native American Longhouse will be hosting the signing of the Indigenous Peoples Day proclamation for the second year in a row. 

Indigenous People’s Day proclamation to be signed

Gabriel Landstrom Multimedia Contributor
October 10, 2016

History is being made at Oregon State University with the Indigenous Peoples’ Day proclamation, striving to correct the injustice of ignorance celebrated in American culture by replacing the traditional...

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