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Tribal College Journal Seeks Tribal Student Blogger for Paid Position

As part of its growing online presence, Tribal College Journal will launch a new, bi-monthly student blog beginning in October 2017. All students currently enrolled at a tribal college or university who are interested in authoring the blog are eligible to apply. Applicants must complete a short application form and submit a 500-word, blog-entry writing […]

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14th Annual Ancestors’ Memorial Gourd Dance & Powwow to be Held Oct. 21, 2017

Red Star Intertribal Gourd Dance Society is proud to announce that the 14th Annual Ancestors’ Memorial Gourd Dance and Powwow will be held Saturday, October 21 at the Benson Convention Center in Clinton, Missouri. Individuals requesting more information are asked to contact the Red Star Intertribal Gourd Dance Society at:  webmaster@redstargourd.com.

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Haskell Mentioned In Movie​ ​Adaptation ​Of​ ​Award-Winning ​Native​ ​American​ ​Novel “Neither​ ​Wolf​ ​Nor​ ​Dog”​ ​Opening​ ​At​ ​Liberty​ ​Hall

By Travis Campbell Students, staff, and faculty at Haskell will have the unique opportunity of attending Scottish director Steven Lewis Simpson’s film adaptation of Kent Nerburn’s 1994 novel, Neither Wolf Nor Dog. Shot over the course of 18 days on location, Neither Wolf Nor Dog tells the story of the book’s author, Nerburn (Played by […]

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Student Senate President Candidates!

Student senate elections are taking place! Here’s the candidates vying for your vote for student senate president. There are three people running for the president position within student senate. First is Cole Brings Plenty. He is Lakota. He has attended Haskell for two semesters, entering his third this coming fall studying in the Indigenous and […]

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Tribalism: Is it real? By Timothy Barber

  With Haskell being a university distinctly for Native Americans. Students from different tribes face discrimination amongst each other. Historically tribes did war with one another, but does this still occur in the 21st century? A student who wanted to remain anonymous said they “had to transfer out of a class one semester because of […]