Haskell Indian Nations University (HINU) Mail Clerk Althea “Bea” Dawn Tapahonso Eaton, self-described as the university Postmistress, passed at the age of 50 on March 26. Althea’s family will be holding a viewing in Lawrence on March 30 and she will be laid to rest on April 2 in Fruitland,
Congratulations HINU Summer Graduate Class of 2020! 2-Year Degrees Associate of Arts, Liberal Arts Natalya Smiley B. McMillian Associate of Arts, Social Work Nicole Charley Associate of Science, Recreation and Fitness Management Terris Trey Fields 4-Year Degrees Bachelor of Arts, Indigenous and American Indian Studies Hailee Vera Birdtail, Cum Laude
Congratulations HINU Fall Graduate Class of 2020! 2-Year Degrees Associate of Arts, Communication Studies Jakoby Stump William Wilkinson, Cum Laude Associate of Arts, Media Communication Sarah-Pearl Hall Associate of Arts, Liberal Arts Tristian Antonio, Cum Laude Tiffany Berryhill, Magna Cum Laude Joseph Cesspooch, Cum Laude Kylee Coulston Taiyah Duran Randy
Gillis Miller Jr. was born to Gillis and Loraine Miller on November 7, 1950 and passed from this life on November 13, 2020 at the age of 70. Gillis was Wichita and Comanche. His Wichita grandparents being Houston and Belle (Caley) Miller. His Comanche grandparents being Allen and Ada (Yellowfish)
The Indian Leader staff writers swept categories and won awards at the 2020 National Native Media Awards which were hosted by the Native American Journalist Association (NAJA). The awards were announced earlier today which honored Haskell Indian Nations University’s (HINU) student newspaper “The Indian Leader” with the distinction of First
Student Body President William Wilkinson is stepping down from the Student Government Association (SGA) to focus on his new role as a Field Organizing Fellow for the Kansas Democratic Party. Wilkinson was originally elected to the position of Student Body Vice President in the April elections and assumed the role
Congratulations HINU Spring Graduate Class of 2020! 2-Year Degrees Associate of Arts, Communication Studies Gino Stephen Torres Associate of Arts, Liberal Arts Shaed L. Cloke, Magna Cum Laude Cameron Luke Dana William D. Edmo IV Mia C. Gonzales Jordan L. Goodwill Portia Dan Goseyun Rone-Rena Jackson, Cum Laude Cody J.
The following series of posters were completed by students in the Environmental Issues of the Wakarusa Wetlands class taught by Professors Jay T. Johnson, Joseph P. Brewer, Cody Marshal and guest instructor Dave Loewenstein. Inspired by the decades long struggle to protect he Wakarusa Wetlands from the now built K-10