Four months ago, Haskell Indian Nations University (HINU) announced that students would be returning to campus in the fall. For four months students have been planning their return to campus—plans, for many, that included affordable campus housing. Now, just weeks before students are set to return, the university released theirContinue Reading

With the return of students this fall, Haskell Indian Nations University (HINU) student fees will also return to their pre-pandemic rates. Students living on-campus will pay $715, including housing and food services, and students living off-campus will pay $240 for the semester. Last March, Bureau of Indian Education (BIE) operatedContinue Reading

The closure of Blalock Hall and a “one person per room” policy for the fall is limiting on-campus housing. According to a Student Residential Housing Program announcement, “This change will reduce the number of students who are eligible for housing, but it is necessary because of serious risk factors presentedContinue Reading

Native American and Alaska Native women suffer from the nation’s highest rates of domestic and sexual violence. StrongHearts Native Helpline was created specifically for Indigenous communities to feel comfortable and re-empower those who this violence has impacted. StrongHearts is a product of the National Domestic Violence Hotline and National IndigenousContinue Reading

Pride Month, in June, honors the 1969 Stonewall Riots, also known as the Gay Liberation Movement. This year, the Haskell Alumni Association is showing its support for LGBTQ2S+ students and alumni during Pride Month by creating rainbow Haskell t-shirts. The shirts are on sale now for $30, including delivery; proceedsContinue Reading

A Haskell Indian Nations University (HINU) 2010 Alumni is currently finding success in the career of film, with his movie “Ramblin’” having featured in the Lift-Off Sessions virtual film festival in May. Christopher Marshall, Muscogee Creek, director and writer of “Ramblin’”, started his journey with film at HINU in hisContinue Reading

“I recently learned that Ms. Melanie Daniel has decided to retire effective May 28, 2021,” said Acting University President Tamarah Pfeiffer in an email to the Haskell Indian Nations University (HINU) campus. Daniel’s retirement comes 30 days after Haskell Faculty Senate passed a no-confidence resolution in Daniel’s leadership. Haskell FacultyContinue Reading