Balancing grades, social life, and extra circular activities is challenging for just about every college student. Throwing a child into the mix and juggling multiple jobs could easily be a recipe for academic failure, but two student leaders at Haskell have worked hard at navigating their way to success. Sami Milk
The world’s oldest Native American-run student newspaper, and Haskell’s own, The Indian Leader, will be celebrating 120 years of publication this year. In addition to providing information about events happening on and around Haskell, students reporting for The Indian Leader have had the opportunity to report on news of national
Haskell is a home for a wide variety of talented male students. From bead work, to singing, to playing the flute, and drawing. Troy Watterson, a sophomore at HINU, has a passion to bead; self-taught by some friends that showed him a few styles on how to stitch and bead.
Haskell writing center is creating a flow of students in its doors but is still lacking full potential says workers. They share how the writing lab helps students and how they plan to bring in more in the future. Haskell opened a new writing center in the library this semester
Over the course of 3 years, Haskell University English Professor Smokey McKinney has molded a simple creative idea into a board game called “Nyew Jigwe’k”, or Four Thunders as translated in English. Being a part of the Prairie Band Potawatomi Tribe, he says his board game draws inspiration from the
As the Acting Director of Intercollegiate Athletics, Mr. Gary Tanner has recently announced the decision to discontinue Haskell Track & Field. “It was a very hard decision for all of us to make,” Tanner expressed. He added that “cutting the program was not a decision solely made by him, but
Recently Haskell’s Alaska Club held its first ever Arctic Games in Tecumseh Hall. Many traditional Alaskan Native games were shown and explained to the audience, educating them about the history of the games. One way to think of it as is the Olympics except it’s more cold and it being
Getting on the President’s or Dean’s list is no easy task, but many students at Haskell continue to reach heights of excellence. The American Indian College Fund (AICF), with the help of several private donors and the Haskell scholarship committee, recognized students for their hard work in reaching high academic achievements.
More than 175 students signed in at the Annual Haskell Career Fair held at Coffin Complex last Friday. According to event coordinator, Angelina Adams, vendors saw more students this year than in past years. “This year a record number of students came out to connect with all the great opportunities