Trouble on the road

By Marcus Barnoskie The Fighting Indians seem to be having some trouble on the road this season. All of their wins have been home games. Many of the away games were nail biters but unfortunately couldn’t convert to wins. Although there have been a few home losses, it appears haskell is much more comfortable playing Read More …

Second Half Blues

By Marcus Barnoskie The men have had a progressively better season. The only problem is the 2nd half. If you’ve been to a men’s game recently it’s clear that the team has what it takes, just somewhere along the way, in the last few minutes, it’s not happening. Maybe fatigue, maybe nerves but they are Read More …

Letter from the Editor

I hope all had a wonderful break and are ready for another great semester. If this is your first year, let me say welcome. I understand and empathize with how stressful and sometimes scary one’s first year at college can be. The distance away from loved ones as well the first time of experiencing being Read More …

Survey Results over Check in Process

by Joshua D. Woosypitti Within the recent semesters, Haskell has received complaints regarding the check in procedures set forth by Housing, Registrar’s Office and the Academic Support Center (Haskell Library). This semester the overall attitude toward these procedures has changed. A poll of 100 students was asked what they thought about the check in policies Read More …

Letter From the Student Senate President

Yá’át’ééh! Shí éí Joel Cedric Hernández yinishyé. ‘Ádóone’é nishłínígíí ‘éí Nát’oh Dine’é Táchii’nii nishłį. ‘Anałani Dine’é ‘éí báshíshchíín.Tábąąhí ‘éí dashicheii. Naakaii Dine’é ‘éí dashinálí. Tsé Nitsaa Deez’ahí dęę naashá. ‘Ákót’éego ‘éí dinééh nishłį. Hello, my name is Joel Cedric Hernandez. I am of the Tobacco People Among Red Waters, born for the Rosebud Sioux People. Read More …

Keystone Pipline Delayed

By Kyle Griggs President Obama Delayed the Keystone XL Pipeline Project this past Wednesday the 18th. The project is a second phase to an already existing pipeline that crosses through the Mid-west, starting in Alberta Canada and cutting through 7 states including Kansas. TransCanada is the owner of Keystone Pipeline and the primary supporter of Read More …

ILS Degree Option

by Joshua D. Woosypitti  At Haskell Indian Nations University there are choices within the baccalaureate degree programs, however one proposed addition may be creating another option for students to choose. Dr. Anderson along with a grant team is helping to give information to the students who are interested in pursuing an Interdisciplinary Liberal Studies Degree. Read More …

What The Pell?

By Kyle Griggs The Pell award letters were sent out to Haskell’s student body last week and many students were surprised at what they saw. It listed both disbursement dates and the specific amounts that will be handed out. The first date is “after February 6th” and the second date is “after March 9th”. While Read More …

Haskell Celebrates 2011 Fall Graduates

 By Kyle Griggs Haskell Celebrated its fall graduates this past Thursday December 8th in the Auditorium. Although it was not as formal a ceremony as the spring, all of Haskell’s best showed up to honor the students. After President Redman speech to the crowd the Haskell Choir preformed. But it was Vice President Venida Chenault Read More …