Haskell Volleyball to Host Youth Camp

Members of the Haskell volleyball team are arriving on campus this week to host an all skills youth camp. The camp will be held Aug. 6-8 for age groups as follows: Grades 2nd-4th: 9 am-Noon $ 50 Grades 5th-8th: 1 pm-5 pm $ 75 Grades 9th-12th: Two sessions  $150 9 am-Noon 1 pm-5 pm “We are Read More …

Student Success Event

The Student Success Center is hosting a Prezi Presentation. This event is to spread awareness about the Mound Builder’s culture.  The event is scheduled to take place Thursday April, 10th at 6:00 P.M. in the Student Success Center, located in Sequoyah Hall.  They will be serving pizza at no cost. Please join us and show Read More …

Wal-Mart Mock Interview Announcement

History & Purpose Wal-Mart representatives will be on the Haskell Campus on April 15-16 as part of Wal-Mart’s Diversity – Tribal Voices Program.  As a service to Haskell, these representatives will be conducting Mock Interviews with Haskell students.  These interviews are primarily to provide students with experience interviewing for jobs before they graduate and have Read More …

Miss Haskell Shares Advice with Future Candidates

As it does around this time each year, Miss Haskell’s reign nears its end. The current Miss Haskell, Maria Caddo, explained a little bit about what the past year has been like for her and shares her experience ahead of the election and pageant, which is scheduled for mid-April. Right now, many students are asking Read More …

Off-campus Students Struggling After Meals Taken Away

At the beginning of the semester, off-campus students students had their meal privileges taken away and are no longer able to eat without purchasing a $4 meal ticket.  This means if you were to eat 3 meals a day, 5 days a week, this would come out to $60 a month. On campus students currently Read More …

V-Day

By Tsanavi Spoonhunter Valentines day is right around the corner, and if you are thinking of impressing someone special, surprise them. The Shout Out club has the perfect gift, candy grams! What makes these candy grams perfect for your special someone, is that you can select their favorite candy. You can select candy of your Read More …

Haskell Track and Field season underway.

By April Dodge Do you like watching the USA track and field games on ESPN? Have you have ever participating in Track and Field? Haskell offer sports such as basketball, cross country, football, softball, volleyball, golf, and you guessed it, track and field. In fact, this year’s track coach is one of Haskell’s dedicated worker, Read More …

Thorpe Fitness Center offers healthy living.

 by Colton Butler One of Haskell Indian Nations University’s best resources on campus is the Jim Thorpe Fitness Center.  Jim Thorpe Fitness Center opened in 2007 and on average has over 3000 visits each month serving Haskell Students, staff, faculty, and community members. Here we are just a couple weeks into the New Year and Read More …

Intramural Basketball League Starts Next Week

Here at HINU an Intramural Basketball League is catching the attention of many basketball players around campus. The season starts this Sunday on the 20th. Games are held at Tecumseh Hall; 4 games each day on Sundays, Mondays and Tuesdays spanning from 6pm-9pm. It is 10 players to a team and It will be an Read More …

Dr. Chenault to Address Students as Convocation’s Keynote Speaker

According to an email sent to students earlier today, Haskell’s new president Dr. Venida Chenault will deliver the keynote speech at next Tuesday’s Convocation. “Greetings Haskell students, Tuesday, January 21st will be the Spring Convocation Ceremony in the Haskell Auditorium at 4:00 pm. Haskell President, Dr. Venida Chenault will be our keynote speaker. Please come Read More …