Archives For Lacrosse


1. Weed, Mozart and Maureen Dowd’s Stupidly Bad Trip

2. Feuding in Cape Town: Indigenous Community Split Over Land Occupation

3. Native About New York: A Frybread Burger Grows in Brooklyn

Courtesy Seriouseats.com
The frybread burger at Korzo restaurant

4. Muscogee (Creek) Poet Jennifer Foerster on PEN Awards Shortlist

University of Arizona Press
Jennifer Foerster, Muscogee (Creek), is on the shortlist for one of the most prestigious awards in literature.

5. Nobody Really Cares About Racism in the NBA – ADD! Sketch

6. Is it Honorable or Racist to Use Native American Sports Mascots – Rick Eckstein

7. boxing star brandon rios proud to be half native american – EsNews Boxing

8. Native American Sporting Tradition Lacrosse: NB3 Foundation


Blaine Steinberg, a former Big Green athlete, dies from illness
Dartmouth student dies

HANOVER, N.H. — Blaine Steinberg, a Dartmouth College student and former athlete, died Friday night at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, school officials said.

A member of the class of 2015, Steinberg fell ill and died, Dartmouth President Phil Hanlon said in a written statement. Steinberg was from Wynnewood, Pa.

Steinberg played lacrosse her freshman year at Dartmouth, but quit after suffering two concussions, the Valley News reported.

The college offered counseling to students and staff Friday and Saturday.


1. When the Mohawk Lacrosse Team Played at the Olympics

Source: Library and Archives Canada
The Native lacrosse players in this photo did not play at the 1904 Olympics — but the generation that followed them did. The Library and Archives Canada describes the image as ‘Men from the Mohawk Nation at Kahnawake (Caughnawaga) who were the Canadian lacrosse champions in 1869.’

2. Hardcore Version of Olympics: the Arctic Winter Games in Fairbanks

Logan Clow/Daily Herald-Tribune
A snowboarder grabs some air at the slopestyle event during the Arctic Winter Games Trials.

3. Watch an Asteroid the Size of Three Football Fields Rush Past Earth

Asteroid via artist’s rendering.

4. Is Jason Momoa of ‘Game of Thrones’ the Next Great Native Star?

source: sundance.tv
Actor Jason Momoa as Phillip Kopus in the Sundance Channel series ‘The Red Road.’

5. Administration Agrees to Fully Pay Tribal Contract Support Costs

Indian Health Service Acting Director Yvette Roubideaux

6.4 Fast-Food Marketing Tactics Parents Can Adapt to Improve Kids’ Health

Courtesy Cornell Food & Brand Lab

7. Mills Kills Passamaquoddy-State Elvers Agreement

Joel Page/Reuters
Elvers in Maine.

8. Olympic Star T.J. Oshie’s Girlfriend, Lauren Cosgrove, Also a Gold Medalist

TheBigLead.com
T.J. Oshie and his girlfriend, Lauren Cosgrove.

9. New Digs in the Sonoran Desert: Tohono O’odham Members Line Up to Live in Villages

Lee Allen
One of the 14 newly-constructed homes in the Tohono O’odham San Xavier District

10. Are Pedophiles Getting Free Pass in South Dakota?

Courtesy Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests (SNAP)
Brother Francis Chapman, or “Chappy,” (labeled “12”) and Paul Frey (“27”), both deceased, were accused of abusing children in their care at St. Francis Mission, on the Rosebud Sioux Reservation, in South Dakota. Recently, Father Clarence Vavra, now of Minnesota, has confessed to abusing boys while at St. Francis in 1975, according to Ken Bear Chief, a paralegal and investigator with Tamaki Law Firm, in Washington State.

11. Preserving Indigenous Democracy

An Indian of the Tarahumara Mountains in northern Mexico in January 2012.

12. Coast Salish Nations Unite to Protect Salish Sea

13. Sacred Site Advocates Ask Senate to Heed Keith Harper Concerns