• Hamline Indigenous Peoples Society

    Hamline Indigenous Peoples Society is committed to providing support and advocacy for Native American students at Hamline. Additionally, the organization seeks to promote opportunities for the entire Hamline community to learn about Native American cultures. The Hamline Indigenous Peoples Society was first established in 1996 under the name of Native American Student Association (NASA).

    President

     Riley Davis 
    Email:rdavis17@hamline.edu 

    Vice-President 

    Candice Nichols

    Secretary 

    Koris Graves 

    Advisor 

    Sharonda Pugh 

     


  • Hamline News

    The International and Off-Campus Programs office announces its transition to a full service Global Engagement Center starting this summer. 

    The summer class titled Special Topics: Environmental Synergy created a memorial for those killed by police and police killed in the line of duty in the last year. The community is invited to add flowers or comments in chalk to pay tribute to the victims.

    Esteemed author Coe Booth has joined the MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults (MFAC) Program as a faculty member. Booth has published numerous books for adolescents including Tyrell, Bronxwood, and her latest novel, Kinda Like Brothers.