by Joshua D. Woosypitti Haskell Indian Nations University has a family thatencompasses all of Indian Country including a young model by the name of Mariah Watchman. Any person watching television recently would have seen the young model on “America’s Next Top Model: British Invasion”
Archive for May 18th, 2012
by Jeff O’Dell Haskell Indian Nations University changed my life. I was so much different when I left Haskell than when I arrived, it seems incredible that it was only two years of my life. Haskell is where I started to learn to think critically and to analyze facts.
by Kyle Griggs Editor In Chief Haskell’s Athletics has launched an updated version of their website in hopes of promoting their department as well as provide more opportunities for recruiting new student athletes. The website company for which Haskell outsources it is called SIDhelp. It is the first of many steps the department is taking, says acting Athletic Director, Judith Gipp, in hopes to
by Kyle Griggs Editor In Chief Haskell Indian Nations University is once again preparing for summer session, and the entire student body and staff are ready for another exciting semester. Due to budgetary issues, Haskell was not able to offer summer sessions last year, but now are financially stable enough to provide it. Classes begin on Monday, May 21st, just one week after the
by Joshua D. Woosypitti Every community has a place to turn to as a way to find needs and positive influence on racial groups. The Lawrence, Kansas tribal community can do the same at the Four Winds Native Center. The Four Winds Native Center formerly known as the Pelathe Center has various programs for community members. Dance classes for children, shawl making classes, moccasin making classes, Northern