As the new semester settles in, a tradition of celebrating the students, faculty, staff, alumni and native peoples throughout Indian country come together for the 2020 Haskell Welcome Back Pow-Wow.  On February 8th , Haskell Indian Nations University’s campus greeted people near and far for the celebration. Artistic vendors, foodContinue Reading

Steven Paul Judd is a Kiowa and Choctaw artist from Oklahoma. Through his work as a filmmaker, director, screenwriter, painter, designer, and digital creator he shows the youth of today the positive images of Native Americans that he did not see as a child. Today he is one of theContinue Reading

Stories of murder, redemption, fear, humor, and even the supernatural— Haskell Indian Nations Univeristy’s Alaska Club partnered with Tommany Hall’s library events staff to bring students a night full of the traditon of story telling. Over 25 students, fed with frybread and akutaq, also known as Alaskan ice cream, settledContinue Reading

A group of students, faculty, and staff gathered in the Tommaney Library on Thursday afternoon to attend an event celebrating Black History Month. “A Conversation on Being Native American and Black” was sponsored by the Indian Leader and four students—Summer Powell, Autumn Powell, Lexci Kimball, and Dorian Daw—were asked ifContinue Reading

Native women from Haskell Indian Nations University are finding a voice and becoming part of the larger conversation on violence against women in the Lawrence community. Haskell Faculty Michelle Sturges-Brown and Sierra Two Bulls took place in the community production of “The Vagina Monologues: Liberated Sisters,” a play that beganContinue Reading

A Night with Chris Chaney — Haskell’s event welcoming Chris Chaney, Senior Counsel for Law Enforcement and Information Sharing, part of the U.S. Department of Justice’s Office of Tribal Justice brought students and community in to discuss national crime information, including the Tribal Access Program (TAP). The event promised knowledge,Continue Reading

Orientation for Haskell Indian Nations University’s new, transfer, and returning students was a successful turn out. Workshops ranging from advice panels, class scheduling and a lot more were taking place over the five days before the official start of classes. Students were settling in, taking care of logistics and finalizingContinue Reading

Over 30 businesses and organizations made an appearance at the 2020 Haskell Career Fair. The event included raffles, a resume contest, and a best-dressed contest. The booth setups contained a wide variety of occupations and organizations that gained student interest. One booth had a message that both graduates and undergraduatesContinue Reading