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Fall 2017 Candidates for Graduation Announced

Haskell Indian Nations University is proud to announce the Fall, 2017 candidates for graduation! We here at the Indian Leader would like to express our congratulations to all of the graduates!   Last_Name First_Name Degree Major Ankney Robert Wayne Bachelor of Science Business Administration Anquoe Talia Sioux Associate of Arts Liberal Arts Aspaas-Montoya Adler G. […]

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Indian Leader Celebrates 120 Years

by Travis Campbell The world’s oldest Native American student newspaper The Indian Leader celebrated 120 years of publication with an evening of speakers followed by a brief reception in the Auditorium at Haskell Indian Nations University. The evening commenced with an honor song sung by Haskell’s own Ron Brave, followed by a reading of the […]

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Haskell Volleyball Returning to Association of Independent Institutions Conference

by Sean Parrish Haskell Volleyball will be returning to the Association of Independent Institutions (A.I.I.) Conference tournament for post-season play. The team finished with a 3-2 record in the A.I.I.  conference.  The team will be heading to Lincoln, Illinois for their first match. The other teams in the tournament are:  College of the Ozarks, Kentucky […]

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Domestic Violence is NOT our Tradition

By Sean Parrish The StrongHearts Native Helpline, which is the 1st National Native American Domestic Violence helpline, is a culturally-appropriate, confidential service for Native Americans affected by domestic violence and dating violence. StrongHearts Native advocates visited Haskell Indian Nations University’s campus to educate students and conduct informational presentations in the auditorium on Dating Violence, Two […]

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Saving the Monarch butterfly population One tag at a time

By Sean Parrish EPA Haskell Tribal Eco-Ambassadors Organization held the 2nd Annual Monarch tagging event on Sunday, September 24, 2017. The Haskell Organization Waystation program  Kynser Wahwahsuck (Kickapoo), Eco-Ambassador member, stated “We hosted this event to get students involved and excited to tag monarchs! Monarchs are decreasing in numbers due to habitat loss caused by […]

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Tribal College Journal Seeks Tribal Student Blogger for Paid Position

As part of its growing online presence, Tribal College Journal will launch a new, bi-monthly student blog beginning in October 2017. All students currently enrolled at a tribal college or university who are interested in authoring the blog are eligible to apply. Applicants must complete a short application form and submit a 500-word, blog-entry writing […]

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Haskell Mentioned In Movie​ ​Adaptation ​Of​ ​Award-Winning ​Native​ ​American​ ​Novel “Neither​ ​Wolf​ ​Nor​ ​Dog”​ ​Opening​ ​At​ ​Liberty​ ​Hall

By Travis Campbell Students, staff, and faculty at Haskell will have the unique opportunity of attending Scottish director Steven Lewis Simpson’s film adaptation of Kent Nerburn’s 1994 novel, Neither Wolf Nor Dog. Shot over the course of 18 days on location, Neither Wolf Nor Dog tells the story of the book’s author, Nerburn (Played by […]

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The Wonders of Penn House

Ever curious what wonders lies inside Lawrence Kansas? The Penn House is definitely a gift to the Lawrence community. Penn House has several different categories it caters to its community such as helping low-income residents, college students, supplying clothing, appliances, shoes, anything a person may need to survive can be found at the Penn House. […]

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Former Haskell student is running for Lawrence city commissioner!

Dustin Stumblingbear, Kiowa, attended Haskell in the Summer of 1999. Originally from Tuscan, Arizona, he left the school to help take care of his son who lived in North Dakota (ND) at the time and felt it was too hard to balance the two and wanted to change his focus on his son who has […]