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President Fuller Awarded Crow Honoring

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Dave Fuller is coming into his last weeks as Minot State University President after spending 10 years in the position.

This weekend, at the Pow Wow held at MSU, he was honored with a very sacred award from the tribes.

The university president and his wife led Native Americans on the closing day of the Pow Wow, as well as other MSU staff, into a special ceremony.

The Crow Honoring was given to Fuller by the Crow Nation, for his friendship and work done with them.

President Fuller says he couldn't have asked for a better way to end his final year at the college.

(Dave Fuller, MSU President) "I have heard from Indian people, and I've heard from others, that this is a big deal. And I can see that it is. This is a remarkable event, and I can tell you I'm just so happy to be recognized this way, because I have such a fondness for these people."

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