Student(s) of the Year

Haskell Student of the Year Haskell Indian Nations University is proud to announce the 2019 Haskell Student of the Year, RaeLynn King from the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma. Ms. King is a senior at Haskell, and will graduate this spring with her bachelor’s in Business Administration. She has demonstrated academic excellence through her four years…

Native Graphic Novelists to visit Haskell

by Dacotah Hasvold Haskell students will soon get the opportunity to meet acclaimed Native American graphic novelists, Arigon Starr, and Dale Deforest. Starr is the author of ‘Super Indian,’ a story that follows the adventures of a man who gains superpowers after eating commodity cheese that has been tainted with the experimental element Rezium. Deforest’s…

Student Job Openings! – February 2019

Job opening information courtesy of the Haskell Financial Aid office. Information current as of 2/25/2019. Please contact individual departments for interviews. Openings Overview: Student Worker – Vice-President of University Services (VPUS) Office: 1 position Tutor – Boy’s & Girls Club: 1 position Student Assistant – Bursar Office: 1 position Tutor(s) – Student Success Center: 4 positions Office Assistant – Financial…

Haskell Spring 2019 Welcome Back Powwow

MAKAYLA SLOAN COFFIN COMPLEX— Haskell’s 2019 Welcome Back Powwow was held this Saturday; Feb., 9, 2019. The event was an exciting start to the Spring 2019 semester. Artists and food vendors line the perimeter of the complex selling items such as beaded jewelry, ribbon skirts, tshirts, homemade soap, and make extravagant items and food. Present…

Things to do at Haskell besides drugs and alcohol

SIELAK TUCKFIELD Haskell Indian Nations University is often stereotyped as a “party school”. But there are many different options and activities you can do rather than going out and drinking. Activities such as; working out at the Thorpe gym, learning a new skill, or finding new music are great ways to keep the mind occupied….

Alcohol Awareness Presentations happening throughout February

SEAN PARRISH 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 Related Laws”, “Minor in…

You Are Next

MAKAYLA SLOAN A three year run as AFC west division Champions. The league’s highest ranked offense. Placed second in the AFC. One game away from the Super Bowl. Up-and- coming Quarterback named league MVP. This is just a short list of the Kansas City Chiefs accomplishments in the 2018 football season. While fans have been…

Washington Report

LINDSEY ROBINSON The office of the President along with Vice President, William Wilkinson, and I have just returned from attending tribal college week in Washington D.C. We spent the week advocating for Haskell Indian Nation University along with the other 37 TCUs. Throughout the week we met with congressional leaders and discussed the importance of…

Haskell Alumni rapper performs at Tecumseh

SEAN PARRISH TECUMSEH HALL—Over 50 people gathered to watch rapper and Haskell alumni; Ro3 (Robert Ankney) perform this previous Monday night. The event was in collaboration with the Interfaith council, they did door prizes and served food/refreshments while Ankney performed songs off his upcoming EP. Ankney stated that “the EP will drop sometime at the…

Student Senate Update

SEAN PARRISH 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 overview of the Old…