Feb. 28, 2020—Both Haskell Indian Nations University’s men’s and women’s basketball teams heard their final buzzer for the season in their final games during the Association of Independent Institutions conference tournaments. The HINU women’s team came into the tournament as the fourth seed playing against fifth seed Wilberforce University. TheContinue Reading

News was passed along to the Haskell Indian Nations University campus that Interim President, Dr. Daniel Wildcat, experienced a medical emergency on February 16th causing worry and heavy hearts. The news came as a shock for many of the Haskell family and community.  Dr. Wildcat has been working at HaskellContinue Reading

There is no amount of words that can be expressed for the loss of our loved ones. Our Haskell’s Alum and past employee Wekota “Koty” Crow Ghost, had been called home. Our deepest condolences for the immediate family and friends. Crow Ghost is an enrolled member of the Winnebago TribeContinue Reading

Feb. 11, 2020—Twenty-four museum representatives visited Haskell Indian Nations University’s Campus as a part of their training session. There were Museum Directors, Educators and Curators that met with five current Haskell students and one student from the University of Kansas. These reps took a tour of the campus and visitedContinue Reading

Montana, January 20 – Around 10:30 a.m., less than a mile from an interstate rest area, the body of 16 year-old Selena Faye Not Afraid was found. According to USA Today, she had been missing since New Year’s Day. The Billings Gazette previously reported that the preliminary autopsy revealed thatContinue Reading

Early each year, usually in March or April, the president proposes a budget to Congress that details funding levels for the next fiscal year. On February 10, President Donald J. Trump sent his new $4.8 billion budget to Congress, which outlines several significant cuts to education spending. (Read more here.)Continue Reading

As the new semester settles in, a tradition of celebrating the students, faculty, staff, alumni and native peoples throughout Indian country come together for the 2020 Haskell Welcome Back Pow-Wow.  On February 8th , Haskell Indian Nations University’s campus greeted people near and far for the celebration. Artistic vendors, foodContinue Reading