Wetlands Preservation Organization going strong

Despite ongoing construction on the South Lawrence Trafficway, Haskell Wetlands Preservation Organization (WPO) still has work to do. Protecting the area has been the focus of WPO for more than 20 years. The organization meets every Wednesday at 5:30 P.M. in Tommaney Hall to discuss the wetlands and research that is being completed there. Haskell Alum, Alex Read More …

Thunderbird Theatre’s Haunted Maze Of Terror A Big Hit

Students came together to put on a haunted house for peers and community members. by Charlie Perry Haskell students from the Thunder Bird Theatre department came together with other student volunteers to put on a fiendishly good time for their peers in celebration of Halloween. Haskell’s Haunted Maze of Terror was held at the Pow Read More …

ThunderBird Theatre To Hold Haskell Haunted House.

Volunteers are still needed to help with the Thunderbird Theatres 2014 haunted house. by Auluna Gullikson   Come one, come all! Ghouls, grab your gals and zombie-crawl on over to Haskell’s Pow-Wow grounds on October 28th, 29th and 30th. Enjoy three ghastly nights of terror and cheap thrills! Haskell students, teachers and alumni pay only Read More …

Keeping the Minutes

By Allen Stephenson It’s no secret that Haskell Indian Nation University has had its fair share of ups and downs. With the recent onslaught of sequestered budgets and declining number of faculty and staff, the university has been struggling. The Student Senate unfortunately is no exception either. The senate has just gone through the process of taking applications Read More …

WPO History & Happenings

Submitted by the Wetlands Preservation Organization Construction of the South Lawrence Trafficway began over the spring break while most students were out of town. The morning before the bulldozers arrived we found a female otter run over in the middle of 31st Street. She was only a short distance from the kiosk Haskell students and Read More …

AIBL Christmas Party

American Indian Business Leaders would like to thank everyone who came to the Christmas party. It was a tremendous success. Party-goers enjoyed many activities including a cookie walk, gift swap, and raffle. During this time of severe economic hardship, AIBL truly appreciates all the local businesses that support our organization, such as QT, Panera Bread, CiCi’s, and Read More …

Haskell’s Band Sponsors a Spooky Halloween Movie Marathon.

By Lori Hasselman Haskell Band sponsored a Halloween movie marathon on Halloween night at the campus auditorium. Students were treated to three movies, a costume contest, and candy! The evening kicked off with a comedy horror film, Tucker & Dale vs. Evil about two country boys who are vacationing at their rundown mountain cabin and Read More …

2nd Annual Walk for our Ansestors a huge success.

By Anthony Tarin    On November 2nd the Indigenous American Indian Studies Club made happen another successful walk for our ancestors. The walk initially started with the idea to commemorate walks made of our ancestors, like the Trail of Tears. This year was no different. With Haskell students and community gathered and ready to walk Read More …

Students Keep Busy with Free Activities

By Ryan Coody HINU Student Activities and Recreation Department took students to the KC Royals game Friday as part of the many activities they host for students each semester. The department funds these trips through a portion of the activity fee that students pay each semester and is used to give back to the students Read More …

Haskell Student Visits Sogen Anime Convention

By Victoria Albers On my Labor Day weekend, I went on an adventure to Sogen Convention. Sogen (meaning Parrier in Japanese) is an Anime Convention location in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. According to Merriam-Webster, anime is a style of animation originating in Japan that is characterized by stark colorful graphics depicting vibrant characters in action-filled Read More …