Indian Leader Entering 117th Year

By Ryan Coody, Editor 2013 has been a great year for The Indian Leader. We have seen some great changes and improvements, and vast increases in our online circulation and followership. We are able to share Haskell’s news with people around the world via our Facebook page and website. We have reported on breaking news Read More …

Haskell Women’s Basketball Recap. 11/8- 11/16

Charles Perry Haskell @ Sterling 11/8 (Tara Patterson Memorial Classic) The Haskell Ladies traveled to Sterling Kansas where they took on the Sterling Knights a featured game of the Tara Patterson Memorial Classic. After keeping it within four the first half, the lady Indians continued to fight back and forth with the Knights yet Sterling Read More …

Haskell Men’s Baskeball Recap 11/8-11/19

by Charlie Perry. The Coyotes held on to a lead despite a late rally by the Haskell Fighting Indians late at Coffin Sports Complex. The Coyotes built a 9-3 lead to open the game. Haskell would rally, tying things at 9-all with 15:39 to go in the half and taking a 11-9 lead on a Read More …

Girls and Guys Basketball Recap. 11/23-11/26

by Charles Perry Girls B Ball Recap week 3 Haskell v. Tabor College 11/22 Tabor College traveled to Coffin November 22nd to play the Haskell lady Indians in their second tournament of the season. Tabor brought an offense shooting 6 of 20 from the three point strip which lead to an early half time lead Read More …

The History of Comic Books.

By Faith Tallchief-Underwood In the simplicities of terms a comic book is a series of pictures and words that tell a story in a sequential order. Comic books purpose for each generation is to comment on young and older adults identify with political and cultural issues. Originating in America in 1842’s with the release of Read More …

Haskell Pueblo Club Raises Money for Fallen Hopi Football Star

On Saturday November 16th the Haskell Pueblo club held a raffle at the women’s home basketball game against Mid America Christian to raise funds for the family of fallen Hopi High school standout wide receiver Charles Youvella. Youvella helped lead Hopi High School to it’s best start (9-1) and to the playoffs where they faced Read More …

Roe Cloud Construction Causes Problems

Several times in the past few weeks the Haskell campus has screeched to a halt after construction contractors broke two water lines and a gas line near Roe Cloud Hall. The contractors, SGS L.L.C. out of Oklahoma, who the BIA uses for work regularly, have had difficulty avoiding the lines during the construction project. According Read More …

Surviving Finals: Ten Tips to Stay Sane.

Surviving Finals: Ten Tips by Charles Perry As finals week fast approaches Haskell students, it’s now time to start focusing on ways we can make the grade without going absolutely insane. Stress management is a big factor in making it through our exams. With that in mind I decided to compile ten sure fire ways Read More …

Winter Storage in Roe Cloud

By Hallie Long Winter Storage in Roe Cloud is being disrupted over the upcoming winter break to allow for the installation of new carpet in the rooms, which is expected to take five weeks. The Certified Residential Advisor, Mrs. BlueBack, personally went to every student’s room to give them the memo. The memo from Mr. Read More …

My Summer in Sicily.

By Faith Tallchief-Underwood This summer I went to Cianciana, Sicily. It is a beautiful island just south of Italy. Cianciana is a town in the center of Sicily, and it is two hours away from Palermo. Cianciana was founded on October 4, 1646. Cianciana was known for its mining of sulfur until it closed in Read More …