Spring Break 2017

It’s been a long few months for some students on campus and it’s time to let the binge watching of Netflix begin! The campus talk of the week is all about spring break 2017, what will our Haskell students be doing over the short break? Trent Bell, Haskell Senior “I’m going to be staying in Read More …

Sexual Precautions

Going to college or university is probably one of the most exciting and terrifying moments of a person’s life. It’s a whole new experience in a completely foreign territory; there are new environments, people, experimentation, awakenings, clubs, drinks, and sexual experiences, all that comes with going to college. But what comes with all these new Read More …

Haskell’s Veterans take a Stand with Standing Rock

This past weekend was the Veteran’s Arrival at the Standing Rock Reservation, thousands of veterans including former Haskell Student Army Veteran Chris Turley and student Zachary Cling who is a Veteran of the Marine Core joined in the Veterans for Peace and the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe against the construction of the North Dakota Access Read More …

Student Reactions to the new Commander in Chief

Late Tuesday night early Wednesday morning, the United States announced its new 45th president of the United States. On November 9, Republican Nominee Donald Trump came out as the winner of the 2016 presidential election against opponent Democratic Candidate Hillary Clinton. Social Media and Television has not since quieted over the announcement of the new Read More …

Student’s Seek Facebook Page for Answers only to be Disappointed

  Protests of the mistreatment of faculty and staff still continue at Haskell Indian Nations University. With all the recent negative publicity towards the college it’s leaving a lot of students still wondering what is actually going on their campus. Haskell Senior Trey Claymore gave his opinion on the topic of confusion when being interviewed. Read More …

Letter to the Editor

To the Haskell Community, Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL). Everyone is wondering what is next? What can we do? What should we do to make sure the current pause in the DAPL construction becomes a permanent cancellation of all work on this destructive project. I, like many, have been inspired by the Indigenous leadership at Standing Read More …

Haskell Student Reports on Vandalism of New Orleans Civil War Monuments

Recently down in the French Quarter of New Orleans vandalism with graffiti had occurred on Louisiana’s Civil War Monuments PGT Beauregard, Robert E. Lee, and the Jefferson Davis monument. “We Ready, We comin” was written on the Jefferson Davis monument in spray paint this weekend. The background information on The Battle of Liberty Place is that originally the Read More …

What it takes to be a Native American Journalist

This past weekend the Native American Journalist Association hosted its annual Excellence in Journalism Conference in New Orleans. Native American journalist from across the United States joined in attendance to support and share their knowledge on mass media and working within it. Native Journalist make up about 0.4 % of the journalist population when it Read More …

Peaceful Protest turned Violent

A few protesters injured on the Standing Rock Reservation by hired security from the North Dakota Access Pipeline Company with mace and dogs. With #NoDAPL becoming a trending post as tribes from all over the country come in support to help the peaceful protesters stand their ground against the building of the North Dakota Access Read More …

Haskell Alumna Cites Bullying Tactics as Cause for Protest

  Haskell Alumna, Marzha Fritzler, has been recently protesting about what she characterizes as “Haskell’s Human Resources bullying tactics” towards several staff and faculty members of the University, in particular Mona Gonzales and Glenn Himebaugh. Fritzler who is the wife of Dr. Mike Tosee, a professor at Haskell who is now placed on administrative leave, is Read More …