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The Horseman, the weekly campus newspaper of CU49 began service in 1997 and was originally known as the Indian 101 News Service. Until 2001, the Horseman provided the latest in Native American related news from around Indian Country, to include native news from Canada and Central and South America.
In 2001, the Horseman suspended operations due to a lack of resources - those resources primarily being time and manpower. While our lead reporter, Jim Rementer of the Lenape (Delaware) Tribe of Oklahoma, continued to send in articles to the editor, there simply wasn't time to put the paper together. When editorial time returned, unfortunately, Mr. Rementer had to suspend operations. His last submission was August of 2004.
With the opening of CU49, The Horseman has returned to regular operations. The staff encourages student submissions as of right now we no longer have a regular reporter. Students have access to archives from 1997 to 2001.
The archives are grouped by year and stored in a single Zip file. Click on an year group to either view the archive online or save to your hard drive. To open up the the archived zip files, you will need a program such as WinZip (probably the best and easiest to use out there). If you are using Windows XP, no additional software is needed a XP has an embedded Zip program.
Interested in becoming a reporter for The Horseman? If you find an interesting article for The Horseman, place it in a .txt document and e-mail to The Horseman staff! Please e-mail your submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org. The Horseman reserves the right to edit all submissions for brevity, clarity and liability.
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