Ms. Haskell Candidate Grace Denning Pours Her Heart Out Through Poetry

I wrote this during the week leading up to the pageant. I wanted to express myself in a way that was just as raw and terrifying as the side of me I was going to show. To be crowned Miss Haskell would mean I would have to be the real me. I am a two-spirited Read More …

Get Up and Change the World

As I graduate this May my time with the Indian Leader will come to an end. I want to share with you my tips for a successful life.   by Charlie Perry When I first came to Haskell I thought things would be difficult. I can still remember sitting in Curtis Hall at a table Read More …

Ian Stand Wants You to Achieve Greatness

Haskell Senior Ian Stand gives his take on his journey through college life. by Ian Stand I recently read a chapter in a book called “Blood Struggle.” A Native man, Assiniboine and Sioux from the Fort Peck Reservation in Montana, by the name of Hank Adams brought up a fantastic point about “sustaining Indian figures.” Read More …

Beverly Foley Is Prepared to Leave Haskell on a High Note

Indigenous & American Indian Studies (IAIS) senior and Haskell Student Senate President, Beverly Foley, is the 2015 American Indian College Fund’s Student of the Year. by Ashley Ignacio Beverly, Navajo from Chinle, Arizona, plans on furthering her education after Haskell onto graduate school in the hopes of making major changes in Indian policies either in Washington, Read More …

Buckskin for a Bride was a Haskell Hit

Mark Anthony Rolo’s latest work “Buckskin for a Bride” proved hilariously entertaining and insightful. by Charlie Perry Lawrence-“I wanted to write something young and hip for the younger generation. You don’t find plays to tell the story from the point of view of young native people,” stated play writer Mark Anthony Rolo. “Buckskin for a Read More …

Give You’re Don’t Wants to Someone That Does

The Phi Sigma Nu fraternity is collecting unwanted clothing to help the less fortunate.  by Winston Robison Not only do we have to work hard at our finals, we also have to pack up our dorm rooms and say goodbye to what we don’t need or want anymore. Oftentimes students, like in Roe Cloud, will Read More …

Tips to Beat Procrastination

by Winston Robison Procrastinating at the end of the semester is not a forgiving decision. While we may think good papers are made best the night before, we are all left to think how much better that paper or presentation could have been had more work been put into it. This is just one reflection Read More …

How the Camanche Came to be

By: Joey Tosee One day the creator was looking at the earth and though I would like to make some people to talk with and walk with, but I don’t want them to weak and powerless. I want them to be strong and able to take care of themselves. The creator started to gather dust Read More …

Reflecting Back; My Time at Haskell

Andrea Spotted Horse reflects on her journey from cancer victim to survivor and leader.  by Andrea Spotted Horse It is true that your last year goes by so quick and the last semester seems to go by even faster but I have found myself spending time reflecting about my time at Haskell. I never thought I Read More …

Dick West Gallery to Hold Haskell Art Showcase

Haskell University art students are throwing an exhibit that expresses their cultural heritage through Ceramics and Painting. The art exhibit will be on Thursday, April 30th from 3:00 P.M. – 5:00 P.M. in the Dick West Gallery Seattle Studio. by Rachel Whiteside Gina Adams, who has been the art teacher at Haskell for a year Read More …