According to WebMD, domestic abuse isn’t always obvious to spot; many things can lead up to the violence. It can start simply  with controlling a partner’s mind and emotions to being physically controlling and violent. Signs to be aware of:  Being afraid of your partner/spouse Your partner/spouse bullies, threatens andContinue Reading

According to the National Institute of Mental Health, these are a few warning signs for a potential suicide. If you or someone you know shows these signs please seek help or reach out to someone that can help.  Talking about wanting to die or wanting to kill themselves Talking aboutContinue Reading

Editor’s Note: This recipe contains alcohol. Please make sure you’re above the legal drinking age before you use it and don’t forget that alcohol isn’t allowed on the HINU campus. Please bake responsibly! Pie crust: To make the crust, Place flour and butter into the freezer for 30 minutes beforeContinue Reading

2 cups Raw Pumpkin Seeds 2 cloves Garlic (minced) 1 Tbsp. Seasoning salt 1 tsp. Olive Oil 1 tsp. Pepper 1 pinch. Paprika 1. Soak Pumpkin Seeds in water with a pinch of salt(optional). Let soak for 5 mins. 2. Drain Seeds after 5 minutes, place in paper towel/towel andContinue Reading

Men’s BasketballNov. 20th, 1000 points club, Byron Elledge (Kiowa), Senior Women’s BasketballNAIA DII: Tiana Gullory (Navajo) #1, 3-pt (10) #1, total points (68) #3, total steals NAIA DII, Independent Conference Janee Bates, Senior #3 overall Sierra Penn #15, total steals Cross CountryA.I.I. Cross country girl of the week. Sept. 9thContinue Reading

Haskell Students from the Advanced GIS and GPS class with the help of Dr. Stephenie Willis attended the 18th annual GIS Day at the Kansas University Union on November 13th. Two groups of students participated in the Poster competition presenting posters on Surviving Haskell Indian Nations University and Lawrence, whichContinue Reading

Haskell Off Campus Club and SGA teamed up with the Haskell Foundation to present the Winter Social that was held on November 23rd. The community came together for a give-away where many foods, drinks, toiletries, and clothing were handed out to students and community members in need. Later in theContinue Reading

Ian Gambill, a senior in the Environmental Science Program at Haskell Indian Nations University and proud Dine’ (Navajo), brought pride to the HINU campus with his poster on ‘Characterizing Hyporheic Extent Using Electrical Resistivity and Concentration Breakthrough Curves.’ Gambill won first place at the Great Plains/Rocky Mountains Division of AmericanContinue Reading