Haskell Students from the Advanced GIS and GPS class with the help of Dr. Stephenie Willis attended the 18th annual GIS Day at the Kansas University Union on November 13th. Two groups of students participated in the Poster competition presenting posters on Surviving Haskell Indian Nations University and Lawrence, whichContinue Reading

The Haskell Handweavers, a club founded earlier this semester with the goal of bringing a community of weavers together and offering peer mentorship projects, looks to a brighter future with Haskell’s USDA-Extension Program. The club, whose focus this semester was on fingerweaving and coil basketry decided to work with Haskell’sContinue Reading

Signs of Trouble JARED NALLY Signs are going up all around campus, but that’s not all that’s catching peoples attention. Students and faculty have brought spelling errors found in the signs up to administrators showing concern for the image of the Haskell campus. What started off as a discussion overContinue Reading

Haskell Off Campus Club and SGA teamed up with the Haskell Foundation to present the Winter Social that was held on November 23rd. The community came together for a give-away where many foods, drinks, toiletries, and clothing were handed out to students and community members in need. Later in theContinue Reading

European beauty standards tend to be the mold for most major cosmetic brands. Inclusion and diversity within the marketing and advertising aspect of the industry lacked in representation of many races and ethnicities including Indigenous People. Instead of continuing to wait for proper Indigenous inclusion and representation, the following companiesContinue Reading

Students at Haskell Indian Nations University have been waiting for their award letters and many are wondering why the process is taking so long for some of them? HINU student Kaitlen White said, “Ever since financial aid has moved to Stidham Hall the process of receiving award letters and pellContinue Reading

I was just a normal man, nothing out of the ordinary seemed to be destined for my life and with that I was content. I never feared the unknown since I never took the time to consider it, till one day… There was the latest breaking news crackling from theContinue Reading

Can you really understand someone by walking a mile in their moccasins? During Native American Heritage Month I ended up walking not only a mile but 117 miles to find my answer. There was a lot of pride in my first step. It validated the time and skill it tookContinue Reading

Wes Studi is a common name in many Indigenous households across the U.S. and Canada. Throughout his career, he has represented many tribal nations and spoken many tribal languages in over 80 films and TV productions. After challenging the Hollywood stereotype through his character portrayals, Studi has made Oscar historyContinue Reading

These tales are taken from personal accounts, witness testimony, and convincing retellings. Any likeness is coincidental. For entertainment purposes only. Reader discretion is advised. The Christmas Visitor For so many Indigenous descendants, Haskell Indian Nations University is a joyful place. Students come here to improve themselves and honor their tribes.Continue Reading