Texas's longest-running Native Student college group

Past Pow wows

Saturday, Feb 22nd, 2014, 10am–10pm – 19th Annual UT Arlington Benefit Powwow, Bluebonnet Ballroom.

The Shorthorn, the student newspaper of UT Arlington, has posted a SoundSlide show of the 14th annual Pow-wow on TheShorthorn.com. Adobe Flash is required to watch the show.

Have a look at the 2nd annual pow wow flyer from 1996 (in PDF).

Past Events

April 29th, 2014 – Screening of the film Miss Navajo.

April 17th and 18th, 2014 – Frontier Odyssey: The Lives and Legacy of Cynthia and Quanah Parker. Event is co-sponsored by the Center for Southwestern Studies. Visit http://www.uta.edu/southwesternstudies/events.html for more information.

NASA was one of only eight American Indian student organizations featured in AISES Winds of Change magazine, 12th Annual College Guide for American Indians. The article closed on a very positive note: "at UT, Native students know they are supported and encouraged every step of the way in their journey through higher education". The praise, recognition and support of AISES is much appreciated.

The Shorthorn, the student newspaper of UT Arlington, had an article about the This Is Not A Costume event on November 14, 2007. You can view the article along with a video clip here. The video clip is also available on YouTube.Com

Here are images from our past events and pow wows.


For all inquiries, including media, please email us at powwow@uta.edu