The love for art is reaching new heights. Haskell Indian Nations University has a variety of art courses that are offered throughout the Fall and Spring semesters. Students are able and encouraged to participate based off the general education requirements in the Humanities and Arts section of a two-year degreeContinue Reading

News was passed along to the Haskell Indian Nations University campus that Interim President, Dr. Daniel Wildcat, experienced a medical emergency on February 16th causing worry and heavy hearts. The news came as a shock for many of the Haskell family and community.  Dr. Wildcat has been working at HaskellContinue Reading

As the new semester settles in, a tradition of celebrating the students, faculty, staff, alumni and native peoples throughout Indian country come together for the 2020 Haskell Welcome Back Pow-Wow.  On February 8th , Haskell Indian Nations University’s campus greeted people near and far for the celebration. Artistic vendors, foodContinue Reading

Orientation for Haskell Indian Nations University’s new, transfer, and returning students was a successful turn out. Workshops ranging from advice panels, class scheduling and a lot more were taking place over the five days before the official start of classes. Students were settling in, taking care of logistics and finalizingContinue Reading

Haskell Indian Nations University has made a significant step forward within the local community. As a symbol of the continuing partnership between HINU and the City of Lawrence, the city commission passed a proclamation recognizing its “long and historic relationship with indigenous peoples of Lawrence.” University Student Government Association (SGA)Continue Reading

This summer of 2019, I was honored and humbled to be accepted as one out of the 13 students participating in the Research for Undergraduate Students (REU) Sustainable Land and Water Resources Program (SLAWR). The program has three main groups that divide the students to work in different areas forContinue Reading

Shirley LeClair-Bernal Shirley LeClair-Bernal is Shoshone- Bannock from Fort Hall, Idaho now living on campus at Haskell Indian Nations University. She will be graduating from the Environmental Science Program receiving her Bachelor of Science degree. She first arrived at Haskell in the Fall 2015 semester and received her As- sociateContinue Reading

Senior Spotlights Blanca Moreno Arriving in the Fall of 2015, Blanca Moreno started her first semester here at Haskell. Moreno is a member of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe living in Wagner, South Dakota. She will be graduating this May with a Bachelor of Arts degree majoring in the IndigenousContinue Reading