Taylor Hicks Poetry – Friday March 28, 2014

THE GOAL I do not write to the peanut gallery. My intentions are clear and free. Quite a distance from being with malicious, muddled intent. And without disregard to the history of the medium. A crafted stream of consciousness flowing right, Abstract poetry is certainly the \–.goal.–/ THE END OF A TUESDAY, WRITING UPON REMEMBERINGS Read More …

Worthy to be Called a Winter Warrior Challenge and it’s Disrespectful to Even Call it That

Letter to the Editor – Ronald E. Rosseau, Haskell Student When you have a strong willed competitive nature there is no more humbling experience than that of losing. Throughout my entire childhood up until a few weeks before obtaining my bachelors degree from Haskell Indian Nations University, enduring a lifelong basketball career with a losing Read More …

No Word From Haskell on Dryer Shortage

Students might have been excited to see the new washers and dryers arrive on campus over spring break after waiting for two months, but only a few students have been able to use them. New dryers have still not arrived at Blalock or Roe Cloud, and both OK and Winona Halls were delivered fewer dryers Read More …

Student Success Event

The Student Success Center is hosting a Prezi Presentation. This event is to spread awareness about the Mound Builder’s culture.  The event is scheduled to take place Thursday April, 10th at 6:00 P.M. in the Student Success Center, located in Sequoyah Hall.  They will be serving pizza at no cost. Please join us and show Read More …

Where is our money?

  Where is our money? By: Hallie Long This is the question that many Pawnee students on campus are asking. These students have been waiting all semester to get their tribal money. Their tribe sent out their tribal checks on March 5. Shortly after being sent out, the Financial Aid Office received their checks and Read More …

A Lion In a CAGE

by Patricia A. Pena, Kickapoo Nation KS Running wild playing hard Luminous evening makes you ROAR Beast of beauty Burden of LOVE Scratch your soul whenever you are BORED Mid-day madness crying baby SCREAM, momma, SCREAM! your head will not explode You’re a Lion In A CAGE a hot iron, wrought iron, black iron, CAGE Read More …

Poetry: On Native Ground!

IAIS 101… On Native Ground! [what I learned in my first semester @Haskell] Raw people, buffalo Flesh hanging from bones Bones chipping away a little each day Days long and hot Tired bones starting to rot Stagnant water carrying chipped away old bone Names unknown Silence Momentary madness Sedentary wet and weary flesh hanging from Read More …

Springbreaking the Haskell Way

By Samantha Tobacco Haskell’s Spring Break is like Thanksgiving. Students want to go home and see their family and friends, but not all students get to go home.  Some may have jobs, some may have their own home in Lawrence, or some may not have the money to make a trip home especially if they Read More …

Scholar of the Year

By Ashley Ignacio Inspirational, proactive, giving, and honest are only a few words that can describe American Indian College Fund’s Student of the Year, Bobby Crow Feather. He is no stranger to the Haskell community through a variety of contributions like establishing the LBGT Club (Shout Out), co-founder of the first mentor program (LINK Crew), Read More …

NAIA MVP Preston Wynne Inspires Native Americans

Wynne shoots lights out in tournament play, as he leads Vanguard University to first Men’s Basketball Championship. by Charlie Perry Working construction on the Spokane Reservation of Washington, Preston Wynne knew he wanted more out of life. Wanting to focus on his education he decided to give college a try by enrolling at the Spokane Read More …