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Speel-Ya is one of the oldest and most active clubs on campus, serving as a cultural and social support system for new and returning students. The club organizes a variety of events throughout the year; including events for Native American Heritage month in November and the largest being the annual Indian Arts Festival Pow Wow & Friendship Feast, established in 1971.
“Our mission is to raise awareness, educate and promote the cultures of Native American people by working with other EOU clubs and organizations in the promotion of diversity. Speel-Ya aims to assist new Native American student in the transition of being a new college student and to promote cultural pride, academic success and leadership for all students participating in Speel-Ya.”
Back Row Left to Right: Advisor Katie Murphy, Taylor Crafts, Joseph O’Brien, Advisor Linda Jerofke, Jordan Patt
Front Row Left To Right: Haylee Swiger, Jan Ng
Jordan Patt(Warm Springs) Office: Hoke 326
Haylee Swiger(Spokane & Colville)Office: Hoke 326
Jan NgOffice: Hoke 326
Katie Harris Murphy, B.S. Chem.(Nimiipuu, Weyiiletpuu, Imatalamthlama & Karuk) Native American Program Office: Hoke Hall 217Office Phone: firstname.lastname@example.org
Linda Reed-Jerofke, Ph.D.Professor of AnthropologyArea of Focus: Physical AnthropologyOffice: Ackerman Hall 117Office Phone: email@example.com
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