The Eagle’s Nest will be open from 11 am to 1 pm Wednesday, Feb. 29th. This will be a trial run and it will close promptly at 1 pm. Come on over and check it out.
Archive for February 2012
Summer Science Academy Internship Meeting with the RISE Program.
By Simona Charles Dirk Whitebreast lost his sister to suicide while attending Haskell in March of 2003. Dirk decided that it would be a good idea to come back and share his story with Haskell Fall of 2011. The same year he would run 262 miles within 30 days.
By Janice Mendez The club decorated over 70 flowers to give to the residents of Pioneer as part of their community service. Peter, a resident, tucked his flower inside his shirt said, “I have never been given anything as nice as this flower. This is something different. Thank you.”The Pioneer Ridge Health Care facility residents
Basketball Stats In the last two home games of the Season both teams took on College of the Ozarks Friday February 10. First up, the Haskell women’s team put up a good fight with the number four team in the nation but lost 58 to 73. Top Haskell player was Lois Stevens who had 16 points.
By Joshua Woosypitti Recently Haskell Indian Nations University lost a member of the community, Coach Phil Homeratha in late December 2011 with his personal battle with cancer. In response to this tragic loss the alumni, faculty, staff, athletics and numerous tribal communities are now mourning the departure of a man that embodied what Haskell is
Women’s KU Basketball tickets are available in the President’s Office
By Kyle Griggs My high school career was a much different struggle than my college career. One of the biggest differences between the two was my academic performance. I barely passed high school. My GPA was so low that my college options were limited and unfortunate. The simple fact of the matter was I didn’t like going to school and it
By Ashley Ignacio Pilates is now being taught on campus. It is to promote a healthier study body. Students are learning a fun and intense way to work out on campus with positive outcomes.Haskell student, Ariel Chiquito says, “I didn’t have upper body strength that much when I started but now I have much more upper body strength. I’ve been losing weight,
By Joe Esquivel It has taken more than twenty years and countless hours of dedication, hard work and activism by students, faculty and community members and organizations, and now at long last it appears as though the Wetlands Preservation Organization (WPO) crusade to save the Wakarusa Wetlands from destruction is now entering its final lap. As such on January 19th, 2012 WPO and affiliate