Spring 2016 Welcome Back Pow-wow

The Haskell community packed Coffin Complex last weekend for the Spring Welcome Back Pow-wow! Leading the long line of participating dancers in the grand entry was Haskell Color Guard followed by Head Lady, Hodazah Pidgeon and Head Man, O.B. Begay. Opening prayer was given by long-time Haskell Counselor, Burgess Tapedo. Following the prayer, Tapedo was recognized Read More …

The unheard story of the Guatemalan Immigrant

On May 14th, the day before I arrived home from the Spring 2015 semester, two un-named Guatemalan nationals drowned in the Salinity Canal in Yuma County: a 25-year old mother and her 2-year old son. Their death was quiet and non-disruptive to the daily life of those living on either side of the U.S. – Read More …

KU Strings performs at Haskell

KU Strings from the University of Kansas music department had a special performance at the Haskell auditorium on Friday, February 5th. The performance featured music from the classical era. Part of the performance featured a violin and oboe duet by Margaret Marco (oboe) and Veronique Mathieu (violin) performing TWV 40:107 ( G.P. Telemann) along with another duet that featured the violin Read More …

Cavalier Night Relays a success for Haskell track

The Haskell track and field team traveled to Johnson County Community College on February 5th for the third time this year to compete in the Cavalier Night Relays. Haskell was able to bring a host of athletes with a few reaching new personal records (PR) and also placing in multiple field events. Kaitlyn Cronemeyer finished in 8th place Read More …

Student appreciation at Curtis Hall

Students were treated to a special night at Curtis Hall complete with prize drawings and a special menu. The meal choices included steak, shrimp, or salmon with baked potatoes, choice of vegetable and salad bar. Each student also received a purple Haskell USB drive.

Haskell students recognized at Kansas State Capitol

Several Haskell students were recognized by Representative, Ponka-We Victors at the Kansas State Capitol as part of Native American Legislative Day. Calvin Smith, Haskell Brave, Brettnee Beartrack, Miss Haskell, Barbara Wolfin, David Waybinais, Lori Hasselman, and Chris Sindone, Student Senate President were introduced on the House Floor and presented with certificates for their leadership at Haskell.  The students were Read More …

From the Editor

The Invisible Student We were standing in line for Pell the other day for about 20 minutes after the bank was supposed to be open.  I was listening to frustrated students concerned about missing class and being late for work due to the wait. Conversations inevitably transitioned into that all familiar statement I’ve heard in similar situations for Read More …

Haskell safety procedures: Do students know what to do?

Since the new open carry law has passed in state of Kansas, is Haskell a safe place? Do Haskell students know what to do or where to go if gun violence were to breakout on campus? What safety policies and procedures does Haskell have in place to keep the students safe? Haskell Indian Nations University has Read More …