Student Success Center: More Than Just Coffee

The Haskell Success Team has expanded this semester and is ready to help students successfully navigate their way to the graduation stage. Continuing students know that the best coffee on campus is just inside the west entrance of Sequoyah Hall at the Haskell Student Success Center (SSC). However, freshman should take note that students come to the Read More …

Catching up with Andy

One of the most popular new students to hit campus this fall, thanks to an Indian Leader Facebook post, was Andy Piscoya from Nome, Alaska.  Piscoya traveled four days straight by car to get to his new student orientation on campus earlier this month.  We caught up with Piscoya to find out how his first experience Read More …

Student Senate Kicks Off Fall 2016 Semester

The first Student Senate general assembly meeting of the semester was held today welcoming back a new team of senators and executive board members. Following a prayer by Haskell Brave, Junior Laravie, the meeting was kicked off with a spaghetti dinner shared by representatives from over 15 campus clubs. Several announcement were made by Vice President, Allie Spruce, Read More …

Cross Country Aims for Nationals

Cross Country is truly the sport for the insane. Over the past four years at Haskell, I’ve competed for our track and field team in a number of events and not once did I consider running cross country. On Monday, I had my first taste. With legs tightening, stomach cramping, and heart racing, I asked the nearest Read More …

Haskell Fraternity Announces Award Recipient

Phi Sigma Nu Iota Chapter, Inc. is proud to announce that Haskell student, Winston Robison, was awarded Nu Man of the Year (undergraduate) at the 2016 National Phi Sigma Nu Chief Convention. The award is voted on at the annual National Phi Sigma Nu Chief Convention and awarded to only one member each year. Mr. Read More …

Haskell Ready to Welcome New Students

Many students are spending the last few days of summer packing and preparing for their first year of college. Haskell is also finalizing plans to make their transition seamless yet fun. The orientation team along with student ambassadors and volunteers have worked at refining the orientation events that will begin for new students on Wednesday. Read More …

Runners Bring Prayers to Haskell

Blankets carefully cradle the rows and rows of sacred staffs lining the room at the Indian Avenue Baptist Church on the edge of Haskell campus. Runners with Peace and Dignity Journeys have been entrusted with the prayers connected to the staffs by the many Indigenous communities who have hosted the group along their path from Chickaloon, Alaska to Lawrence, KS Read More …

Haskell Revisited

Haskell alumna, Elizabeth “Liz” (James) Logsdon, Kaw/Potawatomi, turned 90 on March 15, 2016, and as part of a surprise birthday celebration, Logsdon was reunited with her Haskell roommates:  Geraldine “Geri” (Vidovich) Sawyer, Sioux and Ramona “Rae” (James) Hartgers, Choctaw/Chickasaw. The women have been lifelong friends since attending Haskell in the 1940s. The celebration included a trip back to Read More …