A Quicker Trip Around Campus: New Bike Program for Students

Many students want to get around campus faster with the help of two wheels. Having access to a bicycle would make it easier for those students who slept late to get to that early morning class. A new bike program is in the process of looking at refurbishing old bikes left behind on campus for student Read More …

Staying Fit

According to Webmd.com, college can cause students to gain weight. “One in four freshman gain 5% of their body weight, an average of ten pounds, during their first semester,” writes Jennifer Warner in her article Freshman 15: College Weight Gain is Real. Many variables come into play when staying fit such as proper diet, getting enough sleep, Read More …

Student Senate Report 02/15/2016

Committees Concessions Committee-Great Basin Club will have the concession stand for the Haskell men’s basketball game at 4:00 p.m. on Saturday. Empowerment Committee-Continues to meet on Mondays at 4:00 p.m. in the Student Senate office, 2nd Floor Tecumseh Hall.  All students who want to help plan the Empowerment Summit are encouraged to attend the meetings. Read More …

Curtis Understaffed, Forced to Cut Back Hours

Due to understaffing, the student dining hall (Curtis) has reinstated original supper hours ending the last meal of the day at 6:00 p.m. Supper hours have been extended to 6:30 p.m. over the last several semesters. “… It (supper hours) used to always be six o’clock.  When we had the football team, they would keep them in Read More …

Haskell athletics recognized six seniors on the women’s basketball team for the 2016-2017 season.

On February 1st, Haskell’s women’s basketball team played their last home game of the season against Central Christian. The ladies took home their last home win of the season (85-48) before going on the road for their final three games. Once the game was over, the teams shook hands and the underclassmen went back to Read More …

Trump and the Future of Haskell

In the wake of one of the most controversial Presidential elections in United States history, many question have been asked regarding President Donald Trump’s future legislations and whether they could affect Haskell Indian Nations University. Remington Gritts, Haskell Student, is hoping for the best. “I hope President Trump and his administration will continue to provide the Read More …

Fellowship of Christian Athletes Open To All Students

For one athletic club on campus, students don’t have to be athletes to join. Haskell Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA), “is for everyone who has ever worn tennis shoes in their life,” according to Pastor John Morris. “FCA meets together to learn more about Jesus, and we do it through athletics by using athletic principles as Read More …

New I.D. Cards offer upgraded security at Curtis Hall

New student ID cards are being issued this semester and is required in order to receive dinning services. According to Food Services Director, Barbara Stumblingbear, the new IDs will allow Curtis Hall to ensure those who are utilizing services are actually students. “We are feeding everybody under the sun. We are feeding students on and off Read More …

Renovation Work to Begin on Hiawatha Hall

After nearly 20 years of neglect, funding has been secured and the task of replacing the roof on Haskell’s oldest standing structure, Hiawatha Hall, will soon be starting. Lee Pahcoddy, Director of Facilities, has secured the necessary money to complete the project and is excited to get started. He is hopeful that this will be Read More …