Roe Cloud: from the Yale Native Community

A few times per semester, the Yale Native Community sends out a newsletter about recent events at the center and students doing impactful work in the Native and wider Yale community. Read all of them here! 

2014-2015 academic year

First Edition

Second Edition

2015-2016 academic year

First Edition

Assistant Director Kapiʻolani Laronal sends weekly announcements through email to keep people up to date on NACC happenings. Click here to subscribe!



Haylee Makana Kushi
Timothy Dwight ‘18

Hometown: Hilo, Hawaiʻi
Major: Ethnicity, Race and Migration
Tribal Affiliation: Native Hawaiian

Haylee is a current sophomore in the Native community. She is on the board of Blue Feather Drum Group, the Indian Health Initiative, the Association of Native Americans at Yale and Sisters of All Nations. This is her second year working on the NACC House Staff and co-editing the Yale Native community newsletter. She also works for the Yale Indigenous Performing Arts Program. Haylee plans to pursue a career in advocating for Native Hawaiians and Hawaiian language education. In her free time, she enjoys Hawaiian crafts and Timothy Dwight college intramural sports.