The Native American Longhouse Eena Haws (NAL) represents the Indigenous people of the Americas and Pacific Islands.
The NAL Eena Haws was formed out of collaborative activism between the Native students of OSU and the Black Student Union. It was established in 1971 and then housed in a WWII Quonset hut in 1972. The NAL was the first cultural resource center to be established at OSU and the first Native center established on a college campus in Oregon. January 2013, the NAL was renamed to include “Eena Haws”, which means “Beaver House” in chinuk wawa, and moved to its current location.