Rumors of an individual armed with a gun somewhere in the area between Haskell, Broken Arrow Elementary, and South Middle Schools prompted a lockdown at Haskell Indian Nations University. Shortly after noon on October 19, employees and students who were subscribed to the school’s E2 Campus Alert System received a
Tom SpottedHorse started employment at Haskell in 1990 and had his retirement service on September 1st 2017. Along with all those years working at Haskell he has had many memories. SpottedHorse’s retirement reception began with an honor song. Followed by a few words from Dr. Venida Chenault, Haskell’s current President. SpottedHorse was
Indian Leader staff, Travis Campbell, and advisor, Rhonda LeValdo, attended the annual Excellence in Journalism conference in Anaheim, California. Indian Leader and Haskell News reporters received twenty awards, roughly ten percent of the total awarded, for articles published during the 2016 school year and LeValdo received two awards for her
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
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: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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
De’Ja Finley, Taylor Hall and Kari Snelding competed in a collegiate level powerlifting competition at Kansas State University in late April. Finley, a Haskell sophomore, won in the junior weight class of 148 lbs. Snelding won in the junior weight class of 118 lbs. Hall won in the open weight class