Preserving Kaqchikel – A Mayan language

The Mayas were an ancient Mesoamerican civilization who lived in northern Central America–namely modern-day Mexico, Belize, and Guatemala.  Their original mother language has not been fully interpreted yet, but many branching dialects and cultures are trying to survive in a globalizing world…   Learn more at http://www.sorosoro.org/…/presentation-on-the-kaqchikel-lan… Published on Apr 27, 2010 Linguist: Nikte Sis Iboy

Tribe of Many Feathers – BYU

Students at Brigham Young University recaptured the modern Native American spirit with their #RocYourMocs campaign this last November. Inviting their peers to wear moccasins during a week of Native American Appreciation month, this video had over 33K views and 450 shares–just on the club president’s, Michael Goedel, Facebook post. #RocYourMocs Video Videography: Rebekah Williams and Shanoah… Read More Tribe of Many Feathers – BYU

Food for Thought – Christopher Wiley

This Tuesday, May 9th, the young and promising eclectic composer, Christopher Wiley, showcased his Senior Composition Recital at Brigham Young University – Hawaii. Twenty-four years old and from Bend, Oregon, Chris has evolved into a passionate and innovative musician who delivers refreshing originality.  His concert showcased “a wide variety of original music…ranging in genres and styles from… Read More Food for Thought – Christopher Wiley