By Simon Moya-Smith
“First of all, (the Native Student Alliance) has our unconditional support,” said Ross Larson, Lambda Chi’s vice president. “We want to show our support any way we can. I think this is a huge first step.”
In a response to calls by students for more efforts toward inclusive excellence, DU administration recently allocated $6,500 to the NSA for its powwow and designated the cultural gathering as a DU Presidential Debate signature event.
The university is slated to host the first of three presidential debates between President Barack Obama and likely GOP candidate Mitt Romney on October 3 and has scheduled a mélange of campus events, including the powwow, leading up to the presidential showdown.