Week in Pictures: Native Americans, the JC Powwow, and sheep brains

Student from the anthropology class pose with students from St. Labre Indian School in the Library before the powwow. This year, St. Labre brought along 10 middle school students to represent their school in the powwow.

Photos by: Kelly Foulk, Claire Grunewald, and Mitch Hopkins

During the week of Jan. 4, JC held an assembly highlighting its interaction with the Native American community. On Jan. 6, anatomy classes labeled and dissected sheep brains for a lab. On Jan. 9, the JC Morning-Star Powwow was held and featured dancers from across the country and members of the St. Labre Indian school.