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 …

Art Review: 25th Annual Haskell Indian Art Market

By Eugene Cody Indigenous artists converged upon HINU for the annual Haskell Indian Art Market. Every year, the art market showcases the works of Native artists ranging from jewelry, painting, textiles, sculpture, drawings, drums, rattles, and pottery. The skills I acquired from months of critiques during my time at the Institute of American Indian Arts Read More …

Book Review: Killer of Enemies

By Eugene Cody Common elements of despotic themes include the existence of a central, tyrannical government, poverty and oppression, socioeconomic divide, class warfare, and inequitable distribution of resources. A catastrophic event normally occurs for society to abruptly transition into a despotic environment. Zombie and Christian apocalypse, natural disasters, nuclear war, and viral outbreaks are examples Read More …

Movie Review: Star Trek Into Darkness

By Faith Tallchief-Underwood The film Star Trek Into Darkness is pretty loyal to Roddenberry’s Star Trek series. In fact, the film is based on Roddenberry’s original episode called “Space Seed” from Season One, Episode 22, which originally aired February 16, 1967. In this film, the federation facility in London is attacked, and Captain Kirk along Read More …

Haskell’s Indian Leader Wins 8 NAJA Awards

By Eugene Cody Each year, the Native American Journalists Association celebrates Native journalists and media professionals for their stories pertaining to Indian Country. As HINU’s oldest Native American student newspaper, the Indian Leader qualifies for the College Division. This year, the Indian Leader took a sweeping 8 of 11 awards. The NAJA 2013 Media Awards Read More …

Haskell FCA at IABC

By Keaton Rinehart On Tuesday nights at 9:15 the Indian Avenue Baptist Church, or IABC, (located just behind Winona Hall) holds FCA (Fellowship of Christian Athletes) meetings where we play some fun games, get to know each other, have a short worship session and bible lesson, pray, then eat great free food! There are lots Read More …

Artists Uphold Haskell Indian Art Market’s Reputation

By Eugene Cody Lawrence, KS is not a place you’d think to find Native art. Once a year, artists prepare for HINU’s art market well in advance. Packets for booth space are distributed as early as February for the annual September event. Every year artists return to partake in the festivity that is advertised as Read More …

Android or iOS?

By Keaton Rinehart A debate that has been ongoing since the release of the original iPhone on June 29 2007, whether Android is the best operating system or iOS. With nearly an equal amount of people on both sides of the argument, I asked some people around campus which one they preferred and why. One Read More …

Oct. 5th: “Run For Life” 5k

On Saturday October 5, the Haskell Social Work Club will sponsor its first annual 5k walk/run from 8am until 3pm in order to “help encourage our community to choose life.” The event is open to the public and will include speakers, free food, and other performances. The fee is $10 and the registration form can Read More …