Joseph Singh and Jamie Colvin are leaving legacies as Indian Leader staff writers behind after completing their bachelors degrees over the summer semester. Singh has written many stories for the Haskell Indian Nations University’s (HINU) student newspaper — roughly 40 articles and around 23,000 words! Singh’s articles have included commentaries,Continue 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

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

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

Shirley LeClair-Bernal Shirley LeClair-Bernal is Shoshone- Bannock from Fort Hall, Idaho now living on campus at Haskell Indian Nations University. She will be graduating from the Environmental Science Program receiving her Bachelor of Science degree. She first arrived at Haskell in the Fall 2015 semester and received her As- sociateContinue Reading

Shirley David Jimerson Nts’aa diit’eh? Shindu’ iihsoo’ Shirley David Jimerson shoosii’ Teelaiy kootiin iileh’ Bedzey Hot- tanna/Naltsiin tssaan; haaishshah. This is how Shirley David Jimerson introduces herself, saying that she comes from the area known as Tetlin Alaska and came from the Caribou and Raven Clans. Shirley was a littleContinue Reading

Senior Spotlights Blanca Moreno Arriving in the Fall of 2015, Blanca Moreno started her first semester here at Haskell. Moreno is a member of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe living in Wagner, South Dakota. She will be graduating this May with a Bachelor of Arts degree majoring in the IndigenousContinue Reading