Image for 25th Annual Pow-Wow of Love


Saturday, March 15 - 16, 2008


The pow-wow has attracted 4,000 people from the Michigan State community, the greater Lansing Area, and all over the U.S., and is also the largest student organized event on campus. The pow-wow is an opportunity for Native American students to share their heritage and invite others to learn about and experience a culture than many people do not have the opportunity to experience. This year's pow-wow is the 25th annual event. Additional sponsors include: Grand Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa & Chipewa Indians, Department of Police and Public Safety (DPPS), College of Ag and Natural Resources and Pluralism, Office of Supportive Services (OSS), School of Social Work, Lilian M. Dodge, Bay Mills Indian Community, Dean Armstrong (CARN), MSU Student Life


Jenison Field House at MSU