According to the National Institute of Mental Health, these are a few warning signs for a potential suicide. If you or someone you know shows these signs please seek help or reach out to someone that can help.  Talking about wanting to die or wanting to kill themselves Talking aboutContinue Reading

Darla Harrison, College Residential Assistant, was attacked by an emotional support dog at OK hall, but generally, ESAs at Haskell Indian Nationa University are not a problem and are welcomed if you need them. They are, however, a responsibility for those who have them.  ESA stands for Emotional Support Animal;Continue Reading

The Dior “Sauvage” campaign was launched early summer of 2019, featuring actor Johnny Depp. The fragrance by Dior sparked mixed emotions from the Indigenous community. The ad featured Johnny Depp strumming a guitar in the desert interspersed with footage of a men’s Fancy dancer. The Indian Leader spoke to HaskellContinue Reading

European beauty standards tend to be the mold for most major cosmetic brands. Inclusion and diversity within the marketing and advertising aspect of the industry lacked in representation of many races and ethnicities including Indigenous People. Instead of continuing to wait for proper Indigenous inclusion and representation, the following companiesContinue Reading

Students at Haskell Indian Nations University have been waiting for their award letters and many are wondering why the process is taking so long for some of them? HINU student Kaitlen White said, “Ever since financial aid has moved to Stidham Hall the process of receiving award letters and pellContinue Reading

Spencer resides at Winona Hall. He is a loveable Labrador and dachshund mix. He is three years old. He loves to sniff random stuff. The smelly world around him entices his senses. He is very friendly. If you see Spencer on campus, feel free to pet him. Unfortunately, he isContinue Reading

United Pueblo Club Wednesday 5pm To set meeting to help members with school work, help coup with homesickness. As well as participate in pueblo events throughout the semester. In doing so, members will help fundraise for events, volunteer hours to the university and the community. Alfred Willie III, alfred.willie@haskell.ed RhondaContinue Reading

Lonnie Stroud is a Recreation Assistant here at Haskell currently assigned to a staff position at the campus shop, Purple Threads. The following interview was conducted to familiarize campus with Lonnie as well as inform staff, students, alumni, and others about the campus shop and its upcoming sale. How longContinue Reading

Campus Dorms are about to shut down for winter break, and here is what you need to know: You will need to check out by 12:00 pm on December 14th. This means following your dorm’s cleaning procedure and scheduling a walk-through with the dorm staff at least two hours beforeContinue Reading