Celebrating Diversity at Haskell

By Terrence Littlejohn February is Black History Month, prior to the story, Haskell had not set up anything to celebrate but currently two events are being planned. We asked students about their cultural heritage of being both African American and Native American. Questions: 1. As a Native American that is also of African descent do…

Valentine’s Day

by Tiffany Blevins Valentine’s Day is really frustrating from a women’s perspective in regards to what kind of gift is acceptable to give a man. Every holiday I come across that includes gift giving is always frustrating in this way. Men are so hard to shop for. Everything they want is super expensive: tools, sports…

Make America Think Again

by Allen Stephenson Its been several days since President Trump’s State of the Union address, a highly anticipated, albeit mixed bag of political rhetoric. While the first half of his speech seemed to focus on his slogan “Make America great again,” we can only question how the logistics of the policies he sets forth could…

Welcome to Sovereignty

by Allen Stephenson Today we welcome six new tribes into Haskell Indian Nations University as they gain Federal recognition! The six tribes in question The Chickahominy, Eastern Chickahominy, Upper Mattaponi, Rappahannock, Monacan, and Nansemond of the Virginia commonwealth have been fighting for their status for the past two decades. This outcome was achieved by Thomasina…

Haskell Highlight Night

By Shirley Cypher Haskell Highlight Night kicks off the semester by letting new and continuing students participate and join different clubs and organizations on campus. It’s a great way to help students to adjust to campus life by joining a club of their interest. The Spring 2018 Haskell Highlight Night was held in Tecumseh Hall….

Education is the Key to Success

by Amanda Smith             Haskell Indian Nations University has been a college that provides us an easy way to get our education. Not many students realize that our school provides as much as it can to help students get a degree. Haskell wants us as Native students to succeed, we have many that look up…

Haskell Softball Preview

By: Cody Allan Vannaman The softball team is more determined and focused this year compared to any season in the past according to their players. Speaking with three freshman on this year’s team: Kylee Sellers, Shawn Harrah, Nicole McWilliams and assistant coach, Summer Moncivais. All of them stated, “we want to win as many games…