A three year run as AFC west division Champions. The league’s highest ranked offense. Placed second in the AFC. One game away from the Super Bowl. Up-and- coming Quarterback named league MVP. This is just a short list of the Kansas City Chiefs accomplishments in the 2018 football season. WhileContinue Reading

Haskell Indian Nations University (HINU) was awarded a three year grant in 2017 through the Office for Victims of Crime (OVC).  This grant is to Develop Future Victim Specialists for Indian Country. The grant allows Haskell Indian Nations University to create an advocate training curriculum program for participants.  HINU hasContinue Reading

By Marcus Ruff Photo Credit: Ryan Vizzions As the world stood in awe at the movement unfolding on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation- the images of armored vehicles, sonic weapons, automatic rifles, and attack dogs- some began to wonder: when did law enforcement begin to resemble the U.S. military? From FergusonContinue Reading

Congratulations to Haskell Indian Leader students for their awards received from the Native American Journalists Association 2018 Native Media Awards. In addition to the awards, Indian Leader editor, Hunter Hotulke, Seminole, was selected as a Native American Journalist fellow for the 2018 conference in Miami, Florida. Congratulations to all ourContinue Reading

* – Fall 2017 Graduate ∆ – Summer 2018 Graduate Cody Ganton Anderson Robert Wayne Ankney * Talia Sioux Anquoe * Adler G. Aspaas-Montoya * April Atchak Jeremy Attocknie ∆ Kylee Sinclaire Autaubo Robert Michael Gabriel Barraza * Janeé Bates Clayton Baxter Brettnee Denise Beartrack-Jones Patricia G. Beatty Michael RobertContinue Reading

A few weeks ago, Trevor Mohawk, a Haskell alum was shot and killed just a couple blocks from his house in Lawrence. Mohawk, 32 had graduated from Haskell and after attaining his degree, continued to reside in Lawrence. Originally from Wisconsin, he worked at the Jefferson’s Bar and Grill onContinue Reading

By Mark Morales The Haskell Empowerment Summit Committees is hosting its annual Indigenous Empowerment Summit scheduled for Saturday May 5th. This summit has been organized almost every semester since its creation in 2008 by Willow Jack, Haskell Indigenous and American Indian Studies alumni. Past events held have taken on manyContinue Reading