Nia Iris Schexnider, a Food Service Worker at Haskell Indian Nations University (HINU) passed on Sunday October 4, on the cusp of her thirtieth birthday. Schexnider was a HINU alumnus who graduated with an Associate of Science degree in Natural Sciences in 2012. Schexnider loved music and was always listeningContinue Reading

It might have been decades ago since the Environmental Science Department has last seen significant changes to the classroom settings, laboratories, and field storage areas. Here on the Haskell Indian Nations University (HIINU) campus, the four-year degree Environmental Science program is getting a make-over. Sequoyah Hall has encountered some renovationsContinue Reading

Tragedy swept through the Haskell Indian Nations University (HINU) community on May 9th as individuals woke up to news that a tipi erected to honor HINU spring 2020 graduates burned down earlier that morning. HINU security had contacted the Douglas County Emergency Communications Center at 4:35 am and the Lawrence-DouglasContinue Reading

April 20 — Elections were held for the 2020-2021 Student Government Association (SGA) executive board through google forms. The results were announced later that day. Congratulations to the new Haskell Indian Nations University SGA executive board! President, Ahnawake Toyekoyah Executive Vice President, William Wilkinson Chief of Staff, Jakoby Stump ViceContinue Reading

Governments at every level are searching for ways to make voting accessible during the COVID-19 pandemic. The disbursement of Haskell Indian Nations University (HINU) students during pandemic efforts necessitated an online option to elect the 2020-2021 executive board for the Student Government Association (SGA). The election, which took place throughContinue Reading