Freshman Alista Thorne Crowned 2014-15 Miss Haskell

With each passing year, people come and go as fast as the temperature in Kansas. The end of the year means a change in many things – the weather, the mood of students, and a new Miss Haskell. The position is tougher than it looks. Miss Haskell is responsible for representing the school and the Read More …

Movie Night at Winona a Success

After a little delay due to an ironic problem of too much sunlight, movie night got underway between Winona and Pocahontas Halls Friday night. Showing Star Trek: Into Darkness, students gathered around the portable screen and passed around a can of bug spray before the sun set. Organized by members of the Winona Dorm Council, Read More …

Not So Cheerful

The future of the Haskell Cheer and Dance team is up in the air with current members discouraged by the team coach.  The Haskell Cheer and Dance team is led by volunteer alumni Brittany Hall. She took the vacant coaching position at Haskell in the fall of 2013. Hall works for the Little Nations daycare Read More …

Forces Join for Haskell Pride Day

Haskell students, faculty, and staff recently celebrated Haskell Pride Day by cleaning up things around campus and serving a great outdoor meal at Curtis Hall. “There is a challenge between all of the buildings to see who can make their building look the best” mentioned Angelina Adams “the main goal is to help the campus Read More …

HINU Student-Athlete Heading to NAIA Outdoor Track and Field National Championship

There is no doubt that every now and then, a student passes through the Haskell community on his or her way through life and leaves behind lasting evidence of their existance. Their selfless actions and positive attitude towards any and all situations make them stand out, and they shine like a lighthouse on the dark Read More …

Kepsey Fixico Grand Marshall of 2014 Spring Commencement

Residents at Winona Hall have been accustomed to seeing the smiling face of Miss Kepsey behind the College Resident Assistant (CRA) desk until last semester. Retiring in December, Kepsey Fixico first received the call to work for Haskell housing in May 1989. Twenty-five years later, Miss Kepsey will answer a different kind of call as Read More …

IAIS Conference By: Gregory Feather Wolfin

The “Indigenization and Environmental Responsibility Conference,” had taken place April 22nd and 23rd at Haskell Indian Nations University in honor of Mother Earth Day. The conference was organized by Haskell’s Indigenous and American Indian Studies Club with sponsorship from Dr. Eric Anderson of the Indigenous and American Indian Studies Department. The “Indigenization and Environmental Responsibility Read More …

Hidden Beauty

Hidden Beauty By: Hallie Long Beauty is everywhere even if you cannot see it. On April 18-19, I had the chance to walk around campus and just experience the beauty. I had nothing to do and nowhere to go. So why not explore. Not many people know that there is beauty everywhere on campus. I Read More …

Ecclesiastes

Ecclesiastes by: Krystle Barnett I deny my eyes nothing refuse my heart no pleasure I seek beauty and fame but only discover entropy I work for days but blessings never come I am discovering earth holds nothing new that streams never fill the vast sea that the senses are never satisfied that humanity’s heroes are Read More …

Eyes of Eckleburg

Eyes of Eckleburg by: Krystle Barnett Licentious and impetuous souls blissfully indulge in the best their pennies can buy. Raucous galas metamorphoses into hazy recollections of shadows in dark rooms. Dauntless strutting converts to pusillanimous shuffling as Thanatos collects his dues.