ROE CLOUD HALL— Students gathered in the study hall for the first Alcohol Awareness presentation. Hosted by Haskell’s Campus Housing Department they invited Lawrence Police Officer; Shawn Gross, who has worked for ten years with the Lawrence Police Department. Gross discussed topics like “How to Spot Alcohol Poisoning”, “Alcohol RelatedContinue Reading

NAVARRE HALL—This past Thursday Student Senate held their biweekly General Assembly meetings located in the Regents Room. The meeting started off with a prayer from newly elected Secretary; Caroline Wiseman (Inupiaq- Tribal village of White Mountain). Since there weren’t enough club representatives present to make quorum they did an overviewContinue Reading

by Sean Parrish Haskell Indian Nations University Women’s Volleyball (17-22) were one of the four teams that were chosen to participate in the 2017 Association of Independent Institutions (A.I.I) conference this season. The other three teams were: Kentucky Christian University; Knights (31-12) Lincoln Christian University; Lions (19-21) College of theContinue Reading

by Sean Parrish ★★★★★ The People Shall Continue is a children’s literature book, re-released by LEE & LOW BOOKs. It was written by Acoma Pueblo storyteller and poet; Simon Ortiz  and illustrated by Sharol Graves. The book gives an overview about the hidden history pertaining to the genocidal actions whichContinue Reading

by Sean Parrish Haskell Volleyball will be returning to the Association of Independent Institutions (A.I.I.) Conference tournament for post-season play. The team finished with a 3-2 record in the A.I.I.  conference.  The team will be heading to Lincoln, Illinois for their first match. The other teams in the tournament are: Continue Reading

By Sean Parrish The StrongHearts Native Helpline, which is the 1st National Native American Domestic Violence helpline, is a culturally-appropriate, confidential service for Native Americans affected by domestic violence and dating violence. StrongHearts Native advocates visited Haskell Indian Nations University’s campus to educate students and conduct informational presentations in theContinue Reading