By Debbie RobinsonThe wife of Vice President Joe Biden will soon receive about 100 dream catchers, with the idea being to lure her to speak at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College in Miami. Students, staff members and faculty have been building the dream catchers, which are a traditional American Indian craft made of willow and sinew.
Jill Biden, who has a doctorate in education, teaches at Delaware Technical and Community College, a two-year institution with campuses around that state. She also has been a strong proponent of the role of community colleges.Below: "Sonya Howard on Tuesday weaves string to make a dream catcher at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College in Miami. NEO students, staff and faculty are sending about 100 dream catchers to Jill Biden, the wife of Vice President Joe Biden, in the hopes of luring her to speak at the school." (Globe/Gary Crow)