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Fall 2017 Candidates for Graduation Announced

Haskell Indian Nations University is proud to announce the Fall, 2017 candidates for graduation! We here at the Indian Leader would like to express our congratulations to all of the graduates!   Last_Name First_Name Degree Major Ankney Robert Wayne Bachelor of Science Business Administration Anquoe Talia Sioux Associate of Arts Liberal Arts Aspaas-Montoya Adler G. […]

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Indian Leader Celebrates 120 Years

by Travis Campbell The world’s oldest Native American student newspaper The Indian Leader celebrated 120 years of publication with an evening of speakers followed by a brief reception in the Auditorium at Haskell Indian Nations University. The evening commenced with an honor song sung by Haskell’s own Ron Brave, followed by a reading of the […]

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Does Artistic Merit Outweigh Outrage at Artist’s Crimes?

by Travis Campbell In light of the sexual harassment and issues going on in politics and, there is a small discussion on an artist’s work and their past crimes. Don Secondine, Jr., a noted Cherokee artist and Haskell Indian Junior College alum, has two paintings on display in the library at Tommaney Hall and others […]

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Haskell Volleyball Returning to Association of Independent Institutions Conference

by Sean Parrish Haskell Volleyball will be returning to the Association of Independent Institutions (A.I.I.) Conference tournament for post-season play. The team finished with a 3-2 record in the A.I.I.  conference.  The team will be heading to Lincoln, Illinois for their first match. The other teams in the tournament are:  College of the Ozarks, Kentucky […]

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Campus Lockdown and the Importance of E2 Alerts

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 notification that everyone was to […]

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Homecoming Royalty Announced

By Travis Campbell Haskell Indian Nations University crowned their Fall 2017 Homecoming Royalty with Tanae Le Claire and Jake White as King and Queen, respectively. Le Claire, of the Yankton Sioux Tribe, represented Gamma Delta Pi Sorority, received 45 votes and White of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, represented the H-Club, received 82 of the […]

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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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The Wonders of Penn House

Ever curious what wonders lies inside Lawrence Kansas? The Penn House is definitely a gift to the Lawrence community. Penn House has several different categories it caters to its community such as helping low-income residents, college students, supplying clothing, appliances, shoes, anything a person may need to survive can be found at the Penn House. […]

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Haskell Women Bring Home Gold from Powerlifting Meet

De’Ja Finley, Taylor Hall and Kari Snelding competed in a collegiate level powerlifting competition at Kansas State University in late April. De’Ja won in the junior weight class of 148 lbs. Kari won in the junior weight class of 118 lbs. Taylor won in the open weight class of 118 lbs. They all took gold […]

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Haskell’s Color Guard: a Treasured Gem in Indian Country

The Haskell Veterans Association is the only known multi tribal color guard in Indian Country. The Haskell Veterans Association is a non-sanctioned club on campus run by five men who all served in one of the five branches of the United States military. They help bring in the flags that represent our country and Kansas […]