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Haskell Indian Leader Reporter Sean Parrish Returns from Summer Internship in New York

By Sean Parrish Traveling 85 blocks by subway from Harlem to Manhattan was my weekday schedule for two months while I lived in the city that never sleeps; New York City. I was offered an opportunity that I could not turn down. I, along with 18 other young driven individuals from around the country were […]

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Indian Leader Receives Nine Awards at the Native American Journalists Association 2018 Native Media Awards

Congratulations to Haskell Indian Leader students for their awards received from the Native American Journalists Association 2018 Native Media Awards. In addition to the awards, Indian Leader editor, Hunter Hotulke, Seminole, was selected as a Native American Journalist fellow for the 2018 conference in Miami, Florida. Congratulations to all our students. Print / Online – […]

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Congratulations Haskell Indian Nations University Fall 2017, Spring 2018 and Summer 2018 Graduates 235 Graduates Total!

* – Fall 2017 Graduate ∆ – Summer 2018 Graduate Cody Ganton Anderson Robert Wayne Ankney * Talia Sioux Anquoe * Adler G. Aspaas-Montoya * April Atchak Jeremy Attocknie ∆ Kylee Sinclaire Autaubo Robert Michael Gabriel Barraza * Janeé Bates Clayton Baxter Brettnee Denise Beartrack-Jones Patricia G. Beatty Michael Robert Lupe Begay Krystal J. Berryhill […]

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Spiritual Awakening

By Rashad Squalls Haskell Indian Nations University has become known for its unexplained accounts of supernatural occurrences. Over the years there has been sightings of spirits, moving objects, and unseen voices all around campus. Many of Haskell’s staff and students can recall personal experiences of bone chilling events. Elyse Towey, Coordinator of the Office of […]

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Haskell Student Still Seeking Payment from Design on T-shirts a Year Later

By Kayla Bointy The past student senate president Chris Sindone has been accused of not fully paying an artist for designing the 2017 commencement powwow shirt. Michael Begay stated that “he was owed more money that what he was paid for.” The issue began after a misunderstanding of price, lack of official documentation, and lack […]