Oregon State University - Cascades students and Leona Ike, an enrolled elder of the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs, will host a presentation titled “A Walk Through History” on Tuesday that honors Native American Heritage Month by exploring the history of Indigenous peoples in Central Oregon.
The presentation is free and open to the public and will take place at noon in Tykeson Hall, Room 111 on the OSU-Cascades campus.
Ike will explore laws that have shaped regional Tribes’ histories, as well as unwritten rules that have shaped life for Indigenous peoples in the region for millennia.
The presentation will be followed by a lunch prepared by Twisted Teepee, a Warm Springs-based food truck business.
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About OSU-Cascades: Oregon State University’s campus in Bend brings higher education to Central Oregon, the fastest growing region in the state. Surrounded by 2.5 million acres of mountains and high desert, OSU-Cascades offers small classes that accelerate faculty-student mentoring and engages in top tier research as part of Oregon State University. Degree programs meet industry and economic needs in areas such as innovation and entrepreneurship, natural ecosystems, health and wellness, and arts and sciences, and prepare students for tomorrow’s challenges. OSU-Cascades is expanding to serve 3,000 to 5,000 students, building a 128-acre campus with net-zero goals.