Campus Query: What are your plans for Spring Break?

“I am going to Florida with my family.  It’s been awhile since we’ve had a family vacation so I’m really excited!” –Baron Hoy, Freshman “I’m staying here (on campus). I start an internship at KU through the 500 Nations bridge program.  I’ll be working in a research lab at KU over the summer and during Read More …

SHOCKED! Illinois State Upsets Wichita State

Illinois State Advances to MVC Championship Game By Tyler Jones @TylerJonesLive ST. LOUIS- Since the beginning of the week, everyone had imagined a championship final in the Missouri Valley Conference Tournament between Wichita State and Northern Iowa. In order to make that happen though, Wichita State needed to winner their semi-final matchup, while Illinois State Read More …

Is Social Media Destroying Our Society

An over dependence on social media is hindering a younger generations communication skills. by Derek Ziegler An over dependence on social media, as well as technology, is hindering the future of our youth. A simple sitting at the dinner table with friends or family has no conversation about how one’s day has went, the only Read More …

How Can We Hope to See Change if We do Not First Change Ourselves?

In order to see true progression we must first look inward. by Wanbli Bluebird The times, they are a changing, evolving slowly like the ocean pounding the shores of our inner islands. It has always been difficult for human beings to comprehend the illusion of time. Like the little animals we are, we seldom realize Read More …

Native on Native Bullying is an Epidemic that Must Come to an End

Students its time to stand idol no more against campus bullying. by Hallie Long Bullying is here to stay. You may think that it is a thing of the past but it is still around. Whether it is inner tribe bullying or racial bullying still exists. Bullying can be seen in many different ways. Sometimes Read More …

The Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference (MCAC) is in Danger of Falling Below 6 Team Minimum

The Midlands Collegiate Athletic Conference (MCAC) may fall below a minimum 6 teams needed in conference as Haskell’s student athletes plan their futures. by Charlie Perry with contributions from Dallas Rudd and Tyler Jones The National Athletic Intercollegiate Association (NAIA) reports on their website that schools including; Oklahoma Wesleyan, Saint Mary’s College, Bellevue University and Read More …

Haskell Women’s Basketball Eliminated from the MCAC Tournament after Loss to York

The Lady Indians End Historic Season in the MCAC with Three Straight Losses By Tyler Jones @TylerJonesLive OMAHA, NE- Friday night was a pivotal game for the Haskell Lady Indians, as they would need to win to stay alive for the MCAC Conference Tournament Championship. For Haskell to win the title, the Lady Indians would Read More …

Tyler Jones: Five Things You Need to Know About the Missouri Valley Tournament

The Haskell Indian Leader Sports Staff of Sports Reporters Tyler Jones, Charlie Perry and Photojournalist Reid Williams, will be in St. Louis, Missouri this week to cover the 2015 Missouri Valley Conference Men’s Basketball Tournament. The Indian Leader will not only provide exclusive content of the tournament, but also all-access coverage of Wichita State Guard Read More …

“The Committee of 101” in Partnership with the Kansas City Chiefs Annual “101 Awards” Sparks Mascot Conversation

Kansas City Chiefs staff members and NFL players and coaches alike weigh in on Native American mascot controversy at “101 Awards” afternoon press conference. by Charlie Perry @CharlieHPerry Multimedia by Reid Williams Kansas City-The 46th Annual “101 Awards” were held recently by the “The Committee of 101” to honor the NFL’s best and brightest. This Read More …