Over 90 percent of direct student financial aid is being recuperated by Haskell Indian Nations University’s (HINU) new online fee structure appropriating CARES Act funding designated for student aid making it available to the univeristy. Fall fees increased almost 200 percent compared to previous off-campus fees, from $240 to $715.
September 29, Cleveland, OH—Presidential Candidates Joe Biden and current President Donald Trump debated six main issues for approximately an hour and a half in the first 2020 presidential debate. They discussed the COVID-19 pandemic, the economy, the Supreme Court, race and violence in America, their candidate records, and the integrity
Kansas City, MO, October 11 — Edgar Palacios, founder and CEO of Latinx Education Collaborative, was set to be honored during the Kansas City football franchise’s game against the Las Vegas Raiders for National Hispanic Heritage Month, but refused to participate in the pre-game drum ritual to stand in solidarity
Vision Maker Media Assistant Director and Haskell Indian Nations University (HINU) Alumnus, Charlie Perry (Prairie Band Potawatomi) is behind “Nightmare Vision”, the first ever Indigenous horror film festival, showing online October 30-31. Nightmare Vision is a follow up festival to Vision Maker Media’s First Indigenous Online Film Festival which had
Former Head Women’s Basketball Coach Shane Flanagan did not renew his contract for what would have been his 10th season at Haskell Indian Nations University (HINU). Instead, the contract was awarded to Coach Aaron Poor Bear (Oglala Lakota Nation), the former Assistant Men’s Basketball Coach for Buena Vista University. Earlier
Nia Iris Schexnider, a Food Service Worker at Haskell Indian Nations University (HINU) passed on Sunday October 4, on the cusp of her thirtieth birthday. Schexnider was a HINU alumnus who graduated with an Associate of Science degree in Natural Sciences in 2012. Schexnider loved music and was always listening
In today’s time of staying home and social distancing, many people are turning to creative outlets as ways to not only pass time but also to express themselves. Many of the students here at Haskell Indian Nations University (HINU) have been using beadwork as an outlet and pass-time while home