Student Senate Report 10/12/16

Haskell Healing Week originally scheduled for this week has been postponed to October 25-28, 2016. Events scheduled include: workshops, stick ball, hand games, round dance, stomp dance, and forums. The schedule will be posted to the Student Senate Facebook. Volunteers needed to keep the fire lit throughout the week. A sign up sheet was circulated. Read More …

Haskell and Walmart Team Up to Help with Student Professional Development

Approximately eighty students at Haskell took part in an event geared to prepare students for life beyond the classroom on Oct. 6th. Conducted by Walmart, Sam’s Club, and Walmart Cooperate office, students got the chance to have their resumes critiqued and gain experience through mock interviews with managers and human resources employees. Students, primarily from the Business Read More …

Checking facts before they check you

In the past month, Haskell Indian Nations University administration has been the subject of protesting and negative press. Allegations of nepotism, bullying, and censorship have been made publicly by a student and faculty members. Recent news articles from the Topeka Capital Journal and Lawrence Journal-World have prompted varying opinions from students on both sides of Read More …

Student’s Seek Facebook Page for Answers only to be Disappointed

  Protests of the mistreatment of faculty and staff still continue at Haskell Indian Nations University. With all the recent negative publicity towards the college it’s leaving a lot of students still wondering what is actually going on their campus. Haskell Senior Trey Claymore gave his opinion on the topic of confusion when being interviewed. Read More …

Onward Haskell

It’s now official that Haskell Indian Nations University has it’s own week. Dr. Eric P. Anderson (citizen band potawatomi), Haskell Faculty stood before Mayor Mike Amyx at City Hall on October 4, 2016 in which he proclaimed the first week of October to be known as Haskell Indian Nations Week.  “I hope with Haskell Indian Nations University Read More …