Co-written by Hayley Wells and Jenna Makes Good. Food insecurity and poor diet contribute to many health issues facing Native people today.  Growing healthy food at home can help close nutritional gaps. There are only a few things that need to be known in order to successfully yield your ownContinue Reading

Part 2 — The National Endowment for the Humanities, “Away from Home: American Indian Boarding School Stories” has opened the conversation between this generation and the previous generation about what occurred during the time of the Boarding School Era. Which is where we start to ask our grandparents about whatContinue Reading

Haskell Indian Nations University recently came under fire after releasing a statement documenting an on-campus student’s self-reported positive test result for COVID-19. The public wanted to know why these students weren’t “home” when weeks earlier HINU provided both financial and personal support to get students back to their families. ThisContinue Reading

When there is a will, there is a way. Multiple orders from across the U.S. have instructed individuals to wear face masks in conjunction with taking precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19. In some cases, these orders will be followed through with penalties when not in compliance. The cityContinue Reading

The love for art is reaching new heights. Haskell Indian Nations University has a variety of art courses that are offered throughout the Fall and Spring semesters. Students are able and encouraged to participate based off the general education requirements in the Humanities and Arts section of a two-year degreeContinue Reading

News was passed along to the Haskell Indian Nations University campus that Interim President, Dr. Daniel Wildcat, experienced a medical emergency on February 16th causing worry and heavy hearts. The news came as a shock for many of the Haskell family and community.  Dr. Wildcat has been working at HaskellContinue Reading

Have free time between class, want some coffee or tea, or need to print something off for class, the Student Success Center(SSC) located by the main entrance in Sequoyah Hall has it all for you. They provide free coffee and tea, access to computers and free printing and have manyContinue Reading

Lawrence local Zackary Towey, is a member of the Menominee Tribe of Wisconsin, Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska, and Athabaskan from the south central Alaska. He is currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science at Haskell Indian Nations University and plans of graduating this May. Towey has participatedContinue Reading

According to WebMD, domestic abuse isn’t always obvious to spot; many things can lead up to the violence. It can start simply  with controlling a partner’s mind and emotions to being physically controlling and violent. Signs to be aware of:  Being afraid of your partner/spouse Your partner/spouse bullies, threatens andContinue Reading