NAMY Award Winning Group “Rain Song” Visits Haskell

Haskell students and Lawrence community members enjoyed food well listening to traditional Native music.  by Charlie Perry @CharlieHPerry Lawrence KS- 2009 Native American Music Award Winning Group “Rain Song” preformed a free concert for Haskell students and community members as part of the 2015 HINU/KU Empowerment Summit. The group was brought in by the “Light Read More …

Haskell Student Leaders Present the Importance of Culture to HLC Panel

  Student leaders gathered to highlight Haskell’s dedication to cultural acceptance to Higher Learning Commission representatives.  by Charlie Perry @CharlieHPerry Lawrence KS- The Haskell Student Senate executive board with other club leaders around campus came together to give a presentation to the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) panel in the Navare Regent’s Room. Members of the Read More …

3rd Annual Heels for a Cause Fashion Show was a Huge Success

by Rachel Whiteside @Ray_in_Nirvana The Heals for a Cause fashion show featured a variety of designers and championship pow wow dancers.  Models, catwalks, dancing and donations were all a part of the vibrant an energetic fundraiser Heels for a Cause. Local clothing and shoe designers took part in Haskell University’s fashion show on Friday, April Read More …

Delinda Pushetonequa Travels to Guatemala to Build School Out of Trash

Haskell alum Delinda Pushetonequa travels to South American to help indigenous youth. by Charlie Perry @CharlieHPerry Lawrence KS- San Martine Guatemala is home to an 87% indigenous population, most of which are Mayan descendants. The city has no recycling system and the majority of its inhabits live in poverty. Haskell alumnus Delinda Pushetonequa embarked on a journey Read More …

IAIS Club Holds Movie Night for Accreditation

Members of the IAIS club hold movie night to educate students on Haskell’s core values. by Charlie Perry @CharlieHPerry Lawrence KS- The Indigenous and American Indian Studies (IAIS) club held an event in Tecumseh Hall to educate Haskell students on the accreditation visit scheduled April 13th-15th from the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). It’s been 10 Read More …

Haskell Holds World Movie Premiere of “Ronnie Bodean”

  Movie Producer/ Director Steven Paul Judd returns to Haskell to unveil his newest short film as part of the 6th annual “Empowerment Summit.” by Charlie Perry @CharlieHPerry Lawrence KS- Haskell Indian Nations University students and community members were treated to the short film world premiere of “Ronnie Bodean” staring Wes Studi, to kick off the Read More …

Haunted Hours; a Poem about; Life,Love, and Loss

Chanudelle’s back with another wonderful poem. Enjoy! by Chaundelle Frazier People come in and out of our lives as we find our own paths in this world. There are a rare few that stay with us for the long run. There are also a great deal more that drift away from us for various reasons. Read More …

Track Season is Underway at Haskell

Track athletes are looking forward to a season of success. by Hunter Collins Spring is here which also means outdoor track & field has begun. If you’ve never been to an outdoor track meet this is the year to see one. With meets scheduled so close to Lawrence this gives the student body the chance Read More …

Students in Need of Assistance Can Find it at the Counseling Center

The Counseling Center located in Stidham Union offers a helping hand to students. by Marissa Torres Students who are in need of emotional support or someone to talk to can drop by the counseling center here at Haskell Indian Nations University. “The counseling center is a very beneficial place to go because it can produce Read More …

The Hate that Hate Produced a Story About Acceptance

THE HATE THAT HATE PRODUCED RETOLD BY WANBLI BLUE BIRD It seems today that humanity hasn’t been able to evolve past using violence against each other. We can say that we want the world to become a peaceful place but to attain this peace through the use of violence will only give future humanity an Read More …